This new starter Bible introduces 20 favourite stories from Creation through to the Resurrection. They are told with utter simplicity and with a sense of wonder expressing God’s overwhelming love for the world and all his creation, and especially little children The illustrations tell the stories in pictures and provide a focus as parent and child share this delightful book together.
Age Range Baby -2
A collection of favourite stories from the Old and New Testaments is retold in simple, lively language, a good introduction to the Bible for young children.
Age Range 3+
Age Range 1-5
Forty-nine five-minute Bible stories, from Creation to Pentecost – ideal for storytimes, and bedtimes . Category: Bible stories Age: Pre-schoolers (3-5yrs)
A delightful picture book about the Bible story of Noah and his ark full of animals with an appealing, repetitive text that gradually builds up in length. Category: Bible stories Age: Pre-schoolers (age up to 3yrs)
How did Jesus feed the crowd? Read the story of how Jesus fed five thousand and calmed a storm. The perfect introduction to New Testament stories for young children, My First Bible Stories combine simple retellings with fabulous illustrations.
Early Years & KS1
Bible stories retold especially for reading aloud. This popular retelling of many well-loved stories from the Old and New Testaments is ideal for sharing with children.
Age Range 5-9
The Lord’s prayer is essential to the Christian faith. This delightful book explores the meaning of each line of the prayer through simple, lyrical language and beautiful illustrations; an ideal way to help young children discover and understand one of the key foundations of the Christian faith. Category: Prayer book
This Children’s Bible includes stories chosen to cover all the main events, retold with a continuous thread. There are 365 stories, each accompanied by Bible quotations, giving readers a taste of the language and style of the original texts. The stylish illustrations illuminate and inform while the easily accessible encyclopedia helps to explain the context and background of the stories. All combine to make this a useful and readable Bible for children.
This story is based on the story of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector which was told by Jesus. The Bible tells us that God invites us to be his friend and we need only bring ourselves to come to him. Nothing we have done or can do makes us good enough. We just have to accept his invitation.
This book is based on the Parable of the Sheep and the Goats (the Bible version has fewer foxes – and a different sort of king). The story tells us that whatever good things we do for other people, we are doing them for God, too!
This story is based on the parable of the Good Samaritan (the real version has fewer bears.) We are sometimes told to ‘love our neighbour’ but what does that really mean? Who even are our neighbours? Our friends, or the people next door? What about people from further away, or who seem a bit different from us.
Christian Book Award winner 2021 Michelle Sloan Meet Deborah, the only female judge of Israel; Lydia, successful businesswoman and early Christian; Prisca, skilled tentmaker and determined missionary; and Rahab, quick-thinking, fearless protector of her family. This is only a few of the extraordinary women you can find in the Bible, so let’s go and meet even more and learn how to be as a mazing as them!” Category: Bible stories Age KS1
KS2 and above
The Psalms tell us how wonderful God is and help us to praise and worship Him. The Psalms help us to pray to God – telling him about our troubles and worries. The Psalms give us comfort and guidance. Some Psalms point to the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God who came into this world to suffer and die for the sins of his people. Some Psalms tell about our sin and how The Lord has dealt with it. Other Psalms express our joy and thanksgiving. Using Alec Motyer’s translation, this day-by-day devotional encourages children to explore the Psalms for themselves. The 31 short devotionals include a short prayer, and beautiful colour illustrations.
Theme: Devotional Age range : 4-11
With colour illustrations, pictures, and pull-out timelines, this Bible history book opens up God’s World in a new and visual way. From Creation through to the Exodus and Exile to the Early Church, see God at work through his people and his church. Find out about what God did and find out about The Bible!
With colour illustrations, pictures, and pull-out timelines, this history book brings the church throughout the ages to life! Delve into the Early, Medieval and Missionary church – exploring key events such as the Council of Nicea and the Reformation, and rounding off in the present day. Find out about the people God used and the impact they had on those around them – and on us today!
God’s Daring Dozen A Minor Prophet’s story is the first children’s picture book series ever published on the Minor Prophets. The twelve books between Daniel and Matthew are unfamiliar to many believers, so this series accurately introduces these inspired writings with vivid images and simple words that engage children and adults alike. Each volume both retells the prophet’s message to his original audience and relates its rich truths to Jesus and God’s people today. Current Library titles: Haggai’s feast, Obadiah & the Edomites, Habbakuk’s song, Zephaniah’s hero Category: Bible stories Age: KS2
Kevin DeYoung–a best-selling author and senior pastor leads kids and parents alike on an exciting journey through the Bible, connecting the dots from the garden of Eden to Christ’s death on the cross to the new heaven and new earth. With powerful illustrations by award-winning artist Don Clark, this imaginative retelling of the Bible’s core message–how the Snake Crusher brings us back to the garden–will draw children into the biblical story, teaching them that God’s promises are even bigger and better than we think.
Theme: StoryBook Bible Age range: 5-8 (read to me) 8-12 (read to myself)