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Book Review- "My Give Thanks Bible"

My Give Thanks Bible brings beloved Bible stories such as Noah’s Ark, David and Goliath, and the birth of Jesus to life for beginning readers. The stories chosen for this padded cover board book show children how people in the Bible were thankful for God’s great blessings and remind us that we should be thankful for the blessings in our lives too.

My Review:
This is a great first Bible for toddlers and preschoolers.   The stories they hit include:
-How the World Began- Thank you God, for this wonderful world.
-Adam and Eve- Thank you,God, for the special people in my life.
-Noah's Ark- Thank you, God, for beautiful rainbows.
-A Baby in a Basket- Thank you, God, for watching over me.
-Moses and the Red Sea- Thank you, God, for helping me do things I never thought I could. 
-David and the Giant- Thank you, God, for helping me be brave.
- Wise King Solomon- Thank-you God, for teaching me right from wrong. 
- In a Den of Lions- Thank you, God, for keeping me safe. 
- Mary and the Angel- Thank you, God, for giving us your son!
- A Star Lights the way- Thank you, God, for showing me the way. 
-Jesus is Baptized- Thank you, God, for washing away my sins. 
- Jesus and the Disciples- Thank you, God, for showing me how to live a good life. 
- Food for Five Thousand- Thank you, God, for giving me what I need.  
- Jesus and the Children- Thank you, Jesus, for always having time for me. 
- Jesus Goes to Heaven- Thank you, God, for everything you give me, on earth and in heaven.  

I appreciate all the thankful's at the end of each story.   It is a perfect Bible to have to help us focus on gratitude.   I think this is a perfect Thanksgiving Bible to get out and use in the month of November.  

This is a board book so little ones can help turn the pages.  

Thanks Zondervan for sending me this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions expressed are 100% mine and I was not paid for this review.  


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