Best Religions Books for 5 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 religions books for 5 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. Little Love Letters from God: Bible Stories

by: Glenys NellistSophie Allsopp
Release date: Dec 29, 2015
Number of Pages: 18
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What child does not love to receive mail? What if that child could receive, open and read his or her own personal mail from God? The Little Love Letters from God board book will invite them to do just that! Accompanying each of the eight rhyming stories in this unique children’s Bible is a very special and encouraging letter tucked away in its own lift-the-flap envelope. With a padded cover for little hands, Little Love Letters from God introduces children to God’s Word with eight of the most popular Bible stories–including creation, Noah’s ark, the birth of Jesus and more. Following each story the child will find his or her own letter from God. Children will love the excitement of opening the letters and parents will love how each letter elaborates on the Bible story being told. A very special Bible verse, entitled God’s Wonderful Words To You will accompany each story and letter. Much more than a mere memory verse, each carefully chosen promise will be God’s very own personal words of love, encouragement, and hope. Little Love Letters from God is the second book in the popular Love Letters series.
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Stories

2. Encyclopedia Mythologica: Gods and Heroes Pop-Up

by: Matthew ReinhartRobert SabudaMatthew ReinhartRobert Sabuda
Release date: Jan 04, 2010
Number of Pages: 12
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The creators of the New York Times best-selling Encyclopedia Prehistorica series offer a mythic look at the mysteries of the past with an entire pantheon of remarkable pop-ups.

For all of recorded history, humans have sought to understand Earth’s mysteries in the realm of the divine — and aspired to conduct themselves as heroes. Only gods, of course, could push the sun across the sky,forge entire continents, and impel mountains to touch the clouds. In this stunning volume, the incomparable team of Matthew Reinhart and Robert Sabuda take us to Ra-Atum’s land in Ancient Egypt; above the Grecian clouds to Zeus’s Mount Olympus; up to Norse god Odin’s frozen north; to the Far East, where the Jade Emperor sits in the heavens; into the wilds of Oceania, where Pele’s volcanic rage simmers below the earth; and to many more lands and times, all rich with sacred myths and legends.

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Children’s Books > History > Ancient

3. Tiny Bear’s Bible

by: Sally Lloyd-JonesIgor Oleynikov
Release date: May 08, 2012
Number of Pages: 22
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A bear to hug, a Bible to love, and a promise to treasure: God loves you! Tiny Bear’s Bible is a warm and fuzzy reminder of how God loves his children?in a format kids can cuddle. Together with their friend Tiny Bear, children discover eleven Bible stories in a book they can carry with them wherever they go. Bestselling author, Sally Lloyd-Jones presents some of the most familiar Bible stories to children, which provides parents and grandparents lots of teachable, cuddly moments as they explore God’s love together.

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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Stories

4. MY BEST-EVER BOOK OF BIBLE STORIES

by: Phil A. Smouse
Release date: Jul 01, 2013
Number of Pages: 256
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Its like Dr. Seuss meets the Biblehere are 17 great Bible stories, featuring hilarious rhyming and fun illustrations, for preschoolers through early readers. From author and illustrator Phil A. Smouse, winner of the Retailers Choice Award for his book
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Stories

5. Your Soaring Phoenix: Profound Tools for Spiritual Ascension With 26 Spiritual Teachers

by: Carol FrancisMary O’MaleySara WisemanMichael Ortiz HillShelley Stockwell NicolasSteve JonesBelinda FerrellCynthia Sue LarsonDonald SaundersMarjorie Mitchell
Release date: Jul 22, 2014
Number of Pages: 382
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“Your Soaring Phoenix” moves the soulful, mystic, metaphysical, and spiritual beyond their current platforms. These 26 authors provide 42 spiritual tools leading the path to further your spiritual ascensions.
Fly beyond perceptions of time and space. Embrace the omnipotence and omnipresence of Love. Rise above death. Energetically heal your human self and others. Face clearly the constraints of materialistic economics; transcend above such needs. Journey with your soul into domains both known and unknown. Look into death, the past, the present, the future with multiverse eyes. See beyond the borders of finitude. Embrace the human tools of scientific investigations while simultaneously springing into the beyond where you can finally spread your magnificent firebird wings – and soar.
How many times in your life have you burned to ash and been reborn? Life, just before the burn, can seem harsh and difficult, a sure sign that something needs to change. Yet, the joy, life, and passion that emerge from the ashes create a longing and a burning desire for more.
“Your Soaring Phoenix” enlivens spiritual tools advancing your soul’s ability to journey beyond time, space, dimensions, and death. These are embedded in “Your Soaring Phoenix:” astral projection, psychic abilities, remote viewing, shamanic journeys, medium abilities, energy work, Reiki, time travel. You learn to speak with or channel angels, guides, or lost loved ones. Travel beyond ordinary limits. Exercise your body-mind-soul as the magnificent triad you are while spiritually expanding with meditation, yoga, soul-filled eating. Practice your spiritual abilities to manifest, attract, intend while building your passionate businesses or tending to household responsibilities.
As your old, unhelpful paradigms burn, so will your self-imposed boundaries. The burn releases light, and light begets new ideas. Like the Phoenix, you can rise from the ashes and soar.
The law of attraction is only the beginning. You are so much more powerful and you are capable of so much more than taught before. Think, feel, experience, create, expand beyond social norms or physical restraints and know you are so capable of seeing the world through discerning, wise and nonphysical eyes.

No matter where you are on your journey, whether you are ready to burn or ready to rise from the ashes, you will find something in this book to fuel the fire of your creation.
You can read this book any way you choose: slowly, cover to cover, savoring, learning, and expanding your own possibilities with each chapter. Or, you may pick and choose what seems interesting at the time. You may use it as a reference when your spirit is asking you, “What’s next?”

If you have questions or just crave more information you will find that the contributing 26 authors are accessible and willing to mentor this leg of your adventure. Find those places within that are ready to burn and be reborn. Close your eyes and open the book to see where spirit leads you. Your Soaring Phoenix is ready for some adventure!
Spiritual teachers include best selling authors such as Cynthia Sue Larson, Raven Keyes, Michael Ortiz Hill, Dr. Marjorie Miles, Dr. Shelley Stockwell, Belinda Ferrell, Dr. Andrew Cort, Dr. Steve G. Jones, Mary O’Maley, Dr. Heather Friedman Rivera, Dr. Carolyn White, Michael Lightweaver, Donald Saunders, Barbara Schiffman, Edie Summers, Dennie Gooding, Jane Sibbett, Dr. Carol Francis, Briget Esselmont and more.
Expand your limits beyond physical perspectives and absorb the scientific research behind each spiritual tool shared by these spiritual leaders too. Cellular, subatomic, supramolecular, neurological, and biological sciences are evidencing these truths. Quantum Physics is extending us beyond time and space. Cosmology and Mathematics provide the trajectory to the beyond. Science and spiritual begin to converge, ascension magick begins
It is your time to be “Your Soaring Phoenix.” Dr. Carol Francis

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6. Cinderella: An Islamic Tale

by: Fawzia Gilani
Release date: Dec 11, 2016
Number of Pages: 44
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“It’s easy to feel a sense of peace after completing Fawzia Gilani’s Cinderella. This humble version of the classic fairy tale is a gentle reminder that victory comes as much from a peaceful soul as a beautiful dress and a dramatic confrontation.” – Luxury Reading

Cinderella is one of the oldest, best-known, and most loved stories worldwide, with hundreds of cultural variants and re-tellings from ancient Egypt and China to the present day. In this version we follow the trials and tribulations of the sweet, gentle, and pious Zahra when her parents die and she is left at the mercy of an uncaring stepmother and stepsisters. This is a well-crafted Islamic version of the classic tale in which faith, goodness, and prayer are rewarded in the end. The charming, richly detailed illustrations of Shireen Adams, set in medieval Andalusia, help bring the text to life.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Other Religious Fiction

7. Shantideva: How to Wake Up a Hero

by: Dominique TownsendTenzin Norbu
Release date: Jul 21, 2015
Number of Pages: 64
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Readers of all ages will enjoy this retelling of a beloved spiritual classic. Playfully illustrated in traditional Tibetan style, the story of the monk Shantideva frames his inspiring lessons on the way of the bodhisattva superhero.

Shantideva: How to Wake Up a Hero is the retelling of Shantideva’s teachings before a surprised audience, who had thought he was useless and could only eat, sleep, and poop. Leading his listeners into a superhero training of different kind, he reveals the secret to perfect bravery and unbounded compassion and shows how anyone can develop them. You don’t need super-strength or magical powers, he says. You just need compassion and wisdom.
A dozen illustrations painted in traditional Tibetan style draw in readers to this work that will be treasured not only by Buddhist families but by anyone who aspires to become more kind and wise.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Other Religious Fiction

8. Kylie’s Favorite Book

by: Shara GoswickKae Hutchens
Release date: Apr 24, 2015
Number of Pages: 45
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In Kylie’s Favorite Book, readers will learn about the amazement that is the Bible from a child’s perspective. With beautiful illustrations, silly rhymes, and the truth of God’s Word, hearts are sure to be touched by this sweet children’s book.

http://www.kyliesfavoritebook.com

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Christian Books & Bibles > Ministry & Evangelism > Children’s Ministry

9. Children’s Passover Fun Book: 68 Pages: Seder | Haggadah | Afikomen | Moses | Ten Plagues | Chametz | Matzah | Songs

by: Rachel MintzDavid Levin
Release date: Mar 06, 2015
Number of Pages: 7
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68 Colorful Pages!! Your Kids Will Enjoy Learning About Passover

This book for children is all about reviving the basic themes of Passover in a fun way!
( Length: 68 pages and not 7 pages…)
With 68 colorful pages! your kids will enjoy and remember what is Chametz, Matzah, the Ten Plagues, Ten Commandments, Four Cups, Eliyahu Hanavi, the Children of Israel Exodus from Egypt and more..
The book contains the MUST KNOW Passover Seder song for children – Ma-Nish-Tana!
The four questions with Hebrew & English translation, so your kids can practice before the Seder.

Entertaining Activities & Puzzles

You will find dozens of entertaining puzzles for little ones 5-8, like a search for Chametz around the house, seeking for the Afikoman in different rooms or looking for the lost Four Cups of Wine.
Inside the book, the kids will meet Dave who will show them around and add value while they do the activities.

This is not a Jewish Orthodox “study book” for Passover
But a light way to familiarize the main Jewish traditional themes of passover.
It’s not only games and puzzles, there are lots of information items about the main themes for the parents too. The 68 colorful images and icons will help your kids in a friendly way to be ready for the Passover Seder dinner.

It’s for Non Jewish Children Too
The book can be a nice and easy way for non-Jewish children and adults catch up some of the Passover story, and basic ideas. If your kids are invited to a Jewish Passover Seder dinner, then this book can help them get acquainted with the traditional “buzz-words” and the history as it is passed from generation to generation.

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Children’s Books > Religions > Judaism

10. The Little Christmas Angel

by: Peggy BaronsIzzy Bean
Release date: Oct 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 32
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This boxed gift set contains one hardcover color illustrated children’s book, with beautifully designed Christmas Angel doll. The story begins in ancient Bethlehem, but quickly moves into modern times taking the reader on a lively journey with a little angel, right into their own home.

Oh no! It’s Christmas Eve in Bethlehem, but the Little Christmas Angel is too small to make it to the stable to greet Baby Jesus. She must figure out what to do instead to spread the good news. Find out what she does to share God’s message that “All Children are Good;” first in Bethlehem, and then in your house too, filling up every room with Christmas spirit. She only travels at night, while everyone is asleep, and you never know where you’ll find her the next morning! She keeps the whole family happy and involved in all the days leading up to Christmas.

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Christian Books & Bibles > Christian Living > Holidays > Christmas

11. Los ángeles de tu bebé (Spanish Edition)

by: Harry Marcel
Release date: May 10, 1998
Number of Pages: 128
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QUINCE REIMPRESIONES. BEST SELLER (DATA 2002)
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12. The Champion of Children: The Story of Janusz Korczak

by: Tomek Bogacki
Release date: Sep 01, 2009
Number of Pages: 40
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In 1912, a well-known doctor and writer named Janusz Korczak designed an extraordinary orphanage for Jewish children in Warsaw, Poland. Believing that children were capable of governing themselves, he encouraged the orphans to elect a parliament, run a court, and put out their own weekly newspaper. Even when Korczak was forced to move the orphanage into the Warsaw Ghetto after Hitler’s rise to power, and couldn’t afford to buy food and medicine for his charges, he never lost sight of his ideals. Fully committed to giving his children as much love as possible during a terrifying time, Korczak refused to abandon them.

In his most beautiful and heartfelt book to date, with evocative acrylic illustrations and spare, poignant prose, Tomek Bogacki tells the story of a courageous man who, during one of the grimmest moments in world history, dedicated his life’s work— and ultimately his life itself—to children.
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Children’s Books > History > Europe

13. The Christmas Tail of Sampson the Silly-Looking Sock Monkey

by: Scott A. BurroughsChrysti BurroughsScott A. Burroughs
Release date: Aug 23, 2005
Number of Pages: 32
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Sampson the sock monkey asks the Christmas tree angel why Christmas Day is so special. The angel’s answer gives Sampson a reason to feel special, and inspires everyone to celebrate with a true Christmas spirit. (20060518)
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Christian

14. Five Little Ladybugs (Karyn Henley Playsongs Books)

by: Karyn Henley
Release date: Apr 06, 2000
Number of Pages: 25
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Karyn Henley’s Playsongs Books are a fun, inexpensive additon to the Karyn Henley line of products for preschoolers. They are based on songs in the popular Playsongs audio and video line. These bright, full-color books will encourage the link between a child’s love of music and the natural excitement of seeing and reading a well-loved song in print.

In this illustrated fingerplay, children will enjoy counting down as the less-than-serious hazards of the garden prompt each ladybug to fly away. The bright illustrations and slightly silly ladybugs will delight children ages 2-5.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Christian

15. Mi Primera Biblia (Spanish Edition)

by: Leena Lane
Release date: Sep 30, 2005
Number of Pages: 256
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Here are all the Bible stories known and loved by generations of readers, retold lovingly for the children of today. My First Bible is a treasury of favorites including Noah’s ark, Joseph and his multicolored coat, David and Goliath, Jonah and the big fish, and many of Jesus’ parables and miracles.
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Reference & Interpretation

16. Noah’s Ark

by: Susan Collins ThomsNaoko Stoop
Release date: Jan 01, 2013
Number of Pages: 22
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One of the most popular and child-friendly Bible stories gets a lush, whimsical, and inviting treatment by artist Naoko Stoop. Stoop painted her jewel-toned illustrations entirely on planks of wood specifically handpicked for their unique character. Her charming pictures capture the sweet spirit of the animals on the ark, as well as Noah’s gentle stewardship. This is truly a gorgeous book for parents and children to share–and a favorite they will want to read again and again.
 
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Stories

17. The Shema in the Mezuzah: Listening to Each Other

by: Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg SassoJoani Keller Rothenberg
Release date: Aug 23, 2012
Number of Pages: 32
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In a divided world, where the one who shouts the loudest often gets the most attention, a story about compromise and listening.

“Standing UP!” “Lying DOWN!”

What were the people to do? They decided to ask the rabbi of the town. “What are we to do?” they asked. “Shall we put the mezuzah standing up or lying down?”

The townspeople have mezuzahs but cannot agree on how to put them up on their doorways. Should they place them horizontally or vertically, standing up or lying down? To end their arguing, they consult the wise rabbi of the town, who advises them to carefully read the Shema in the mezuzah to find the answer. With this lively tale, based on a twelfth-century rabbinic debate, best-selling, award-winning children’s author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso helps young people discover that there is often more than one solution to a problem, and that living together and creating “home” requires cooperation and listening to one another.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Jewish

18. Amigos Por Siempre-RV 1960 (Spanish Edition)

by: Not Available
Release date: Mar 01, 2002
Number of Pages: 1567
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This compact Spanish Children’s Bible (RVR 1960) is filled with colorful illustrations that will captivate the imagination as children read and learn about Jesus. Perfect for children of ages 6-8. It includes a presentation page, maps, reader’s helps, notes, a red ribbon marker and more. Hardcover. 1,796 pages. Measurements: 4 ¼ in. x 6 in.
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Christian Books & Bibles > Bibles

19. The Baby Bible Animals (The Baby Bible Series)

by: Robin CurrieConstanza Basaluzzo
Release date: Aug 01, 2009
Number of Pages: 48
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Introduce your toddler to cute and cuddly animals through fun Bible stories.

Each vibrant page presents a simple lesson about animals using people, places, and things from God’s Word. Bright, colorful illustrations enhance each story and simple prayers help children talk to their Heavenly Father. Best of all, your child will experience the Bible as they learn about God’s wonderful creatures!

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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Stories

20. Bible Prayers for Bedtime (Bedtime Bible Stories)

by: Jane Landreth
Release date: Sep 01, 2008
Number of Pages: 256
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For spiritual “quality time” with your five – to eight-year-old children, check out Bible Prayers for Bedtime-going a step beyond the traditional Bible story book! More than five-dozen Bible prayers are included, in fun, easy-to-understand stories that your kids will love. From “The First Prayers” of Genesis 4, through the prayers of Moses, Deborah, David, Daniel, Jesus, Peter, and Paul, Bible Prayers for Bedtime explains prayer in ways that young hearts can grasp. Each chapter is accompanied by full-color illustration and design, making Bible Prayers for Bedtime an ideal book for learning and fun.
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Devotional

21. Bizarre Bible Stories 2: An Escape through a Toilet, a King in a Suitcase, and 23 Other Things that Really Happened! (Volume 2)

by: Dan Cooley
Release date: Jul 11, 2011
Number of Pages: 160
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Simply put, author Dan Cooley’s Bizarre Bible Stories and Bizarre Bible Stories 2 utilize a vernacular, contemporary writing style intended to reach an audience of children and youth with solid Christian doctrine and practical application. The discussion questions interspersed throughout the text are thoughtfully designed to promote interaction between parents and their children on numerous topics of interest. Cooley’s books reflect his passion for providing spiritual food to children in a manner they can easily digest. His attention to detail is evident from cover to cover.
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Reference & Interpretation

22. The Blessing Seed: A Creation Myth for the New Millennium

by: Caitlin MatthewsAlison Dexter
Release date: Apr 23, 1999
Number of Pages: 32
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When God makes the world, the first man and woman are amazed by the mountains and valleys, the sea and the stars, and the wonderful plants and animals with whom they share their home. But what is their task in life?
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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Bible > Stories

23. The Boy and the Owl: A Story About the Attributes of God Based on the Poem “The Creed of Salvation” (Ghazali Children)

by: Siraj MowjoodAisha Changezi
Release date: Sep 01, 2015
Number of Pages: 24
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A picture book that helps children better understand the Islamic belief of the attributes of God
 
In this children s tale, a wise owl explains some of the deeper aspects of the Islamic belief. This story focuses on the part of a poem written by the famous Shaykh Muhammad b. Ja far al-Kattani that deals with how we can know anything about God. It describes 13 essential attributes, in a way a child can understand: God has speech, power, hearing, sight, will, and knowledge and is attributed with life.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

24. I Went for a Walk

by: Shanti WintergateGregory Attonito
Release date: Sep 27, 2007
Number of Pages: 80
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I Went For A Walk, and kept on going… Around the bend, outside the box and out of this world, this new children s book explodes off the page with the energy of a great rock song. Like a great song, it fills your heart with imagination and inspiration. Greg Attonito, singer for the punk band, The Bouncing Souls, has teamed up with his beautiful and multi-talented wife Shanti Wintergate to create this unique and evocative offering a chapter book for the precocious pre-schooler. Within the first few pages, you will travel the deserts and oceans of Earth before suddenly becoming airborne – flying above the Earth into an amazing landscape of space where,The view was more beautiful than I could imagine! You begin to realize that the place you live isn t all that s out there. Guided by Attonito s whimsical paintings, you ll visit worlds that make you feel suddenly very grand and then just as suddenly very tiny. There are gentle lessons of equality, beauty, tolerance and variety. A hungry tummy in search of a suitable meal is the motivator as you travel into the strange universe of leftover lasagna mold and to unimaginable planets where people dance, fly and live for the moment. The people of IZ don’t live on food, they live on moments which are abundantly good. Throughout the story, Shanti’s lyrical and smart play on words manages to carry a quirky rhyme and rhythm that makes the book fun to read. The illustrations burst with life and in fact, the creation of them was an adventure in itself. Greg illustrated this story while touring the world with the Bouncing Souls. With paint pens and sketchbook in hand, he managed to capture something special from almost every stop on his touring schedule. I Went for a Walk’s adventure theme truly fits the way the book was created.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Social Skills

25. I Wonder as I Wander

by: Gwenyth SwainRonald Himler
Release date: Sep 01, 2003
Number of Pages: 32
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In this fictional account of the folk song’s origin, a girl writes a song that expresses her feelings about Jesus while dealing with the loss of her mother and life on the roads of Appalachia after her father becomes an itinerant preacher.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Christian

26. Little Lost Donkey (I’m Not Afraid)

by: Dandi Daley Mackall
Release date: Aug 07, 2007
Number of Pages: 26
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Donkey doesn’t want to travel to Bethlehem. He’s afraid of getting lost! Poor little Donkey grows more afraid at each turn of the trail, but Mary tells him to pray and he overcomes his fear.
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Children’s Books > Animals

27. Snow White: An Islamic Tale (Islamic Fairy Tales)

by: Fawzia GilaniShireen Adams
Release date: Aug 27, 2013
Number of Pages: 40
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Involving the power of a djinn, poisoned dates, seven dwarf sisters-in-faith, and a mysterious old peddler woman in the woods wearing a face veil, this lyrically told story offers a unique twist on this fairy tale, whilst keeping the classic much-loved story intact, including a hateful and vain stepmother, a considerate huntsman, and a charming prince.

Set in the heady snow-strewn woodlands of Anatolia by the illustrator Shireen Adams, this tale of flight, friendship, and forgiveness is richly detailed and beautifully brought to life.

Snow White is the second book in the Islamic Fairy Tales series, which looks to offer meaningful and faithful variants of these popular worldwide stories.

Fawzia Gilani has worked as a teacher, librarian, and school principal in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada since 1993. She is the author of thirty children’s books, mostly on the topic of Eid.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Other Religious Fiction

28. Jesus Shows Me: Knowing My God series

by: Callie GrantMissi Jay
Release date: Jul 30, 2013
Number of Pages: 18
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A beloved series presents an improved design and expanded content for children to engage with Jesus’ words for them in John 15:9-14. Jesus Shows Me, from the Knowing My God series, offers four levels of exploration: a quoted Bible passage, beautiful real-world photographs, supportive captions to relate the passage meaning to a child’s life, and thinking questions to personalize the experience. A parent guide gives tips for involving a baby, toddler, and child. In the Graham Blanchard book collection, Jesus Shows Me is a Learn book, which makes personal Bible study accessible to young children who, alongside adults, build a foundation for faith and a lifelong friendship with Jesus. These books grow with your child! Find out more about our Learn, Absorb & Praise™ books for children at GrahamBlanchard.com.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Religious Fiction > Christian

29. My First Bible in Pictures, Baby Pink

by: Kenneth N. Taylor
Release date: Jan 01, 2005
Number of Pages: 256
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This best-selling classic has sold over a million copies in over 90 languages around the world. This repackaged edition contains all the same material as the classic?125 of the best-loved stories from the Bible, retold in simple words by Kenneth N. Taylor. Each story is illustrated with beautiful art by Richard and Frances Hook. Preschoolers and beginning readers will be excited to have this Bible as their very own.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction

30. My First Pictures of Easter

by: Maite Roche
Release date: Jan 13, 2012
Number of Pages: 14
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The moving events of Holy Week and Easter are tenderly told and illustrated for toddlers by the best-selling children’s author Maite Roche. Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday are introduced with one large picture and simple text. On the opposing page are smaller pictures with key terms. With this book, even very young children will quickly learn the story of the death and resurrection of Jesus.
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Christian Books & Bibles > Education > Children & Teens

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