Bible Animals Story Collection
"The illustrator of this book, Steve Smallman, has won many awards for his artwork, which features a really winsome mix of drama and humour. The eight Bible stories in this chunky volume take the unusual approach of viewing the action...
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"The illustrator of this book, Steve Smallman, has won many awards for his artwork, which features a really winsome mix of drama and humour. The eight Bible stories in this chunky volume take the unusual approach of viewing the action through the eyes of animal characters. So young readers get to see Daniel from the perspective of a hungry lion who missed out on this breakfast, or the baby Moses as he appears to a duck who helps find him in the rushes. This approach really appeals to kids' imaginations, while imparting key Bible knowledge. And all of the stories come with corresponding Bible references that enable young readers and their parents to dig deeper."
- Children's Book Buyer, Koorong
Eight Bible tales are retold through the eyes of animals in this chunky paperback compendium. You can read about the lion who went hungry because he missed his breakfast of...Daniel! The raven who helped a stranger in need, the duck who helped find a little baby hidden in the rushes. Each story ends with a Bible reference so you can read more about the story in your Bible. Steve Smallman's illustrations are full of expression, drama and humour, perfect for engaging young children at story time.
Juliet David has written many children's stories and Bible activity books. Her other interests include painting, music, and travel to Israel and other Bible lands. This experienced author lives in London with her family. Some her children's books include The Stories Jesus Told series, Candle Bible for Toddlers series, and Moving Windows Bible Stories.
Steve Smallman has been working as an artist and illustrator for many years, and has created many successful children's books as well as original visuals for children's television. He lives with his family in Lichfield in the English midlands and is especially skilful at animal illustration. He has recently completed new illustrated version of The Pilgrim's Progress, which has been published as a book and board game. Steve has also created a lovable character called Benjamin Bear, who has lots of adventures with his friends.