Bible Kidventures: New Testament Stories
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These action-packed tales follow fictional kids through real events from the New Testament. Bible Kidventures helps children manage the transition from Bible story picture books to reading the Bible on their own.
Worst Wish?Retelling of the story of Jesus bringing the young girl back to life.
Crazy Jacob?Retelling of the story of the man possessed by a ?legion? of demons.
Dangerous Dreams?Retelling of the story of Pilate?s wife and her dream about Jesus.
Escape Underground?This story begins with the stoning of Stephen and chronicles the persecution of the early church.
- Catalogue Code 158998
- Product Code 9781589977297
- ISBN 1589977297
- EAN 9781589977297
- Pages 336
- Department Children / Young Adults
- Category Confident Readers (Age 8-12)
- Sub-Category Fiction
- Publisher Tyndale House
- Publication Date Apr 2014
- Sales Rank 71690
- Dimensions 225 x 152 x 19mm
- Weight 0.385kg
Lissa Halls Johnson
Lissa Halls Johnson is an accomplished writer and editor of dozens upon dozens of Christian books. She created the original Brio Girls series in 2001-2005. She enjoys speaking and coaching writers. She has spoken at the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference and the Sandy Cove Christian Writers Conference, among numerous other events.
Jim Ware is a longtime book enthusiast who grew up savoring childhood classics like Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, and The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood. He is a graduate of UCLA (B.A. in Classics - Latin and Greek Language and Literature) and Fuller Theological Seminary (M.A. in Biblical Studies with special emphasis on Semitic Languages). Jim is also the author of several childrens novels and co-author of Finding God in the Lord of the Rings; Shedding Light on His Dark Materials; Finding God in the Land of Narnia; and Finding God in Amazing Grace. He is a Celtic musician, a storyteller, and an amateur folklorist. A native of Southern California, he now lives in Colorado with his wife and six children.