Are you looking for quality easy-to-use Bible resources for toddlers and preschoolers?

There are many choices on the market which is a good thing.  I have a few favorites in case you are looking for a summer gift for your child or grandchild.  These toddler and preschool Bibles have been read and re-read by my kids (they are 3, 6 and 8 now).

I love these Bibles.  We read a Bible story with my younger two kids every night together, and my oldest child (3rd grade) reads his Bible on his own each night.  He has already read through the New Testament and is now in Judges in the Old Testament.  I think the habit of reading the Bible each night was ingrained in him during those toddler and preschool years.  It only took a few minutes each night – reading the Bible together is one of the best uses of your time!

So, if you haven’t made it a habit to read the Bible each day to your kids, it’s not too late!  To make your shopping easy, here are three great choices for your toddlers and preschoolers:

The Beginner’s Bible:  Timeless Children’s Stories

This is the must have Bible for kids ages 2 to 6.  More than 90 Bible stories are included.  Each story is easy to understand for little ones and the illustrations are lots of fun.  All my kids have loved this Bible.  The stories provide a wonderful framework for understanding the Bible well as the kids get older.

Pray & Play Bible for Young Children by Jody Broisma

The big book has 14 Bible stories from the Old and New Testaments.  Each story also includes activities, simple songs, crafts, snack ideas, games and prayers.  Recommended for ages 2 to 6.

For girls:

Sweetest Story Bible:  Sweet Thoughts and Sweet Words for Little Girls

The illustrations in this Bible make it extra special for girls.  It’s beautifully done.  The Bible includes 40 stories that highlight God’s love for His people.  At the end of each story, there is a sweet thought and easy Scripture verse to remember.  A very sweet Bible for your little girl (made for girls 4-7).

Do you have any other favorites that you would like to add to the list?


Arlene Pellicane

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