My Very Own Bible
This handy Bible retells 37 great stories of the Bible for young readers.arolyn Cox's lively and vibrant illustrations received widespread acclaimhen they first appeared in My Own Book of Bible Stories. In this new editionith a new cover they appear makes crisper and brighter than ever.
This handy Bible retells 37 great stories of the Bible for young readers
Classic Bible stories are beautifully accompanied here by Carolyn Cox's lively and vibrant illustrations—which received widespread acclaim when they first appeared in My Own Book of Bible Stories. They appear crisper and brighter than ever in this new edition. Children are sure to fall in love with their favorite classic Bible stories all over again—or, if they're being introduced for the first time, sure to remember them forever thanks to the book's engaging and accessible presentation.
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.
Carolyn Cox (Illus)
Lois Rock has authored over 30 books for children, including The Lord's Prayer for Children, The Ten Commandments for Children, and Festivals for the Christian Year. Her retellings of the Lord's Prayer for children of different ages have sold more than a quarter of a million copies. Her writing has been translated into over 15 languages. ýCarolyn Cox illustrated the international best seller The Lion's Children's Bible. Her work has been published in many other children's books and magazines. She studied graphic design at the University of Ulster, Belfast.ý