Little Hands Story Bible

full size image

Little Hands Story Bible

Carine MacKenzie

Pages: 144
Trim: Hardback (172 x 120mm)
Isbn 13: 9781845504359
List Price: £6.99
Imprint: CF4Kids
Read to me: age 3-5
Read myself: age 5-6
Category: Children > 0-3 Year Olds > Bible Story

Preview contents page (PDF)

Preview sample (PDF)

Please note that to view PDF files you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader -- click here to download now.

View product info sheet


There is a story that runs throughout the whole Bible. It's one that will never end and that you can be a part of. It's a story of love, and sometimes of despair, but ultimately it's a story of hope. A hope that you can share.

These 69 stories take children through this story and show how the world around them has a purpose - one that affects them.

Each story includes scripture references, a question that focuses on the story, something to spot in the lovely pictures and an idea to stay with you through the day.

About Carine MacKenzie

Carine MacKenzie's talent for retelling Bible stories has meant that children from all over the world have been given the opportunity to discover Jesus Christ for themselves. Carine's 150th book 365 Great Bible Stories was released in July 2011. She has sales of several million books and lives in Inverness, Scotland.

>> See more from Carine MacKenzie

People Also Looked At

People who looked at this item also looked at:

Customer Reviews

I have had this book since my eldest daughter was born, she is now 3, and joined by her younger sister of 2. I use it every night and they sit with me and listen well. My eldest now answers the question at the end and my younger enjoys telling me what's in the picture. The pages are curled and bent and I have had to tape several pages because they came out of the binding but not bad for the 10th time around! There are no pictiures of Christ or God which we especially wanted. We highly recommend this book as a starter for babies and toddlers.

Posted by Liz Gilman (nee Hunt) Minnesota at 23:13 on Tuesday 20 March 2007