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David and Goliath: A Story about Courage (I Can Read the Bible! Series)

Press: Smart Kidz, distributed by Ideals Publications; Board book with DVD edition (March 1, 2012)
Publication Date:2012-3
ISBN:9780824914691
Pages:12
Language:English

Content

The most beloved stories in Scripture are brought to life in this interactive I Can Read the Bible! series with a DVD learning program created just for children. 
As each story is read, the words are highlighted so a child can easily follow along.
The DVD brings the story alive through narration and animation, and an interactive learning center features a music video, dictionary, Bible quotes, and games.
When Saul was king of Israel, the Philistine army came to do battle with the Israelites.
Among them was a giant named Goliath.
David and Goliath helps to build reading skills while teaching an important lesson about courage.
Ages 3-8.

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Children's Books,Religions,Christianity,Devotional,Bible,Stories,Christian Books & Bibles,Children's & Teens

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  •     This book offers several learning approaches all in one package. Targeted for early readers, the die-cut boardbook uses simple language to tell the famous Old Testament story.The included DVD enhances the learning experience through games, activites, music and videos. These teach word recognition, vocabulary, reading comprehension, decision-making skills, proper pronunciation and Scripture memorization.The book and DVD are both illustrated with the bold outline drawings and plenty of vivid colors. The characters are cartoon-like, but not too cutesy.What I Like:The story is biblically accurate. The illustrations are great! I love the bold style and inviting colors. Having two preschoolers, I greatly appreciate the publisher's seamless ability to combine Scripture with early reading skills. My kids love the music videos.What I Dislike: The book claims to have 100+ interactive activities. This is a bit of a stretch. In reality, there are about 9 different activities with various modes or levels within them. All of them are great, but the advertisement of over 100 things you can do seems misleading.Age Appeal: 3-8Overall Rating: Very Good.Tanya - Christian Children's Book Review

 

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