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Monday, February 27, 2017

Would You Like to Know? Collection by Tim Dowley, Graham Jefferson, Eira Reeves


In this new addition to the fantastic Would You Like to Know? series, six little books are featured in one boxed gift set. Each book offers a starting point for young children to explore some of the key points of their faith and gain a greater understanding of Christianity. Each title has accessible illustrations, an inscription page, and notes for parents. A wonderful gift for those getting to know the church. Contains:
  1. Would You Like to Know About God?
  2. Would You Like to Know How to Pray?
  3. Would You Like to Know Jesus?
  4. Would You Like to Know the Bible?
  5. Would You Like to Know the Story of Christmas?
  6. Would You Like to Know the Story of Easter?



About the Author

Dr Tim Dowley is a historian and a prolific author and editor of Bible resources for adults and children. He has also written popular biographies of J.S. Bach and Robert Schumann. He lives with his wife and three children in Dulwich, south London.|
Eira Reeves has been a children's author and illustrator for 30 years, with over 85 titles published, including educational activity books and Bible stories. She lives on the Isle of Wight.

My Review





Would You Like To Know Collection is perfect for every parent or grandparent to have in their home, and share with their little ones, ages 3 to 5, and just right for their little hands.
Loved that it comes in a hard cardboard container to store the six little books in, and the books are made of sturdy paper, so the little guy can hold it himself, and mine sure did. The pages are filled with what we want our children to know about our Christian faith, and made so they look at the colorful pictures that draw them in.
These little books are beautifully illustrated and draw your little ones in for a perfect message for them, just a few short pages in each topic, with the messages you will want for them. A must for each parent and grandparent to share their faith with those that are important to them.
I received this Collection from Kregel Publishing, and was not required to give a positive review.

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