This book enables young readers to access the great sweep of the Bible by linking its main stories and people to its fascinating and diverse historical and geographical setting. Key to this book are 14 astonishingly detailed reconstructive vistas from...
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This book enables young readers to access the great sweep of the Bible by linking its main stories and people to its fascinating and diverse historical and geographical setting. Key to this book are 14 astonishingly detailed reconstructive vistas from the ancient world, picking out salient points in biblical history including the great flood, the people of Israel in Egypt, Jerusalem, Capernaum, and more. These vistas punctuate chapters which further uncover the people, places and events of the Bible, illustrated with carefully referenced narrative pictures and informative maps which continue to unfold the great sweep of biblical events. The result is engaging and accessible to young readers, both browsers and aspiring scholars.
LOIS ROCK is a respected children's writer, specialising in Bible stories, prayer books, and information books. STEVE NOON graduated from Cornwall Art college and has been working as a children's illustrator since 1985. He has illustrated for Scholastic, Walker, Osprey and DK for whom he illustrated the highly acclaimed A Street Through Time.
Lois Rock is a highly respected and trusted author, acclaimed in many different countries for her books of prayers and Bible stories. Her books have sold over 4 million copies worldwide. Lois lives in Oxfordshire and enjoys cycling around the Chilterns with her husband. She is the mother of three children and has helped to lead church children's groups for many years, experience that she draws on when writing books for children. Amongst her best-selling books are My Very First Bible, A Little Life of Jesus, The Lion Bible: Everlasting Stories, The Lion Book of Five-Minute Bible Stories, The Jesus Encyclopedia and The Lion Illustrated Bible for Children.- Publisher.