If you combine a cuddly toy with a child's picture book you wind up with the clever new product Little Lamb's Bible (or the boys' version, Little Lion's Bible). Targeted at children aged six months to three years, these books have covers that are soft wool in the image of a lamb (or lion), complete with ears that stick out. Inside are ten one-page read-aloud stories told as rhyming poems, including Noah and the flood, David versus Goliath, and the manger birth of Jesus. Opposite each story is a bright, colorful picture to enhance the Bible story visually, such as the Good Samaritan binding the wounds of the injured stranger in the road or a shepherd rescuing his lost sheep. The pages are made of durable, thick cardboard (they won't tear, but they can be gnawed upon). Each book comes in a protective clear plastic sleeve with closeable snaps.
Here is the perfect bedtime storybook for very young children. A parent or older sibling can read a couple of the stories in the book and then hand the book to the young child to cuddle next to when falling asleep. Hey, why did it take publishers so long to figure this one out? Fantastic idea! Ė Dr. Dennis E. Hensley, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
Little Lambís Bible is a soft, cuddly Bible that children ages 2 to 5 can call their own. Throughout this plush-covered book, children learn that they are loved and cared for by God as they hear about Godís faithfulness in ten stories from the Bible.