Press: Zonderkidz; Brdbk edition (May 30, 2013)
Author Name:Zondervan Publishing
Noah’s Ark, based on the bestselling storybook Bible of all time, is part of the Baby Beginner’s Bibleboard book series crafted for parents to share with their youngest children to experience the Bible through colorful illustrations and simple words.
For added benefit, the complete story of Creation is told at the end of the book.
Other books in this series include Creation, Daniel and the Lions, and Jonah and the Big Fish.
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PDF Download And Online Read: The Baby Beginner's Bible Noah's Ark (The Beginner's Bible)
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- My 1 year old granddaughter carries this around all the time. We love that she loves it.
- "The Baby Beginner Bible: Noah" is a very cute board book for babies and toddlers. It has wonderfully colorful pictures that fill the entire page along with a single word that tells about the picture. It tells the story of Noah and the flood using one word a page and the picture. You could expand on the story from the one word it gives. It is a good size for small hands to hold. It is also nice and sturdy.I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review from Zonderkidz through their zblogsquad program.
- It is hard to review this book. Pictures, with nouns under it. Noah. Rain. Animals. Family. Calm. Bird. The complete story is included at the end of the book.
- Didn't realize what I was getting. This is a board book for a very young child, toddler.
- This is the perfect first Noah’s Ark book for baby from The Baby Beginners Bible! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a board book for babies that is basically a story but with one word on each page like the educational books that teach babies words.We have a few books like this that have a picture of something like an apple with the word on the bottom or a boat with just the word boat. This is the same concept but goes through the story of Noah’s Ark.For example, the first page is a picture of Noah with just his name on the bottom. In pictures it goes through the story of Noah’s Ark and highlights just one word of the main idea on the bottom. The pictures are very simple and basic for baby so that they will know exactly what that word is referring to.At the end of the book is the whole story written out directly from the Bible if you want to read it in it’s entirety at the end. I found it interesting that it was at the end of the book and not the beginning.
- Title: Unhealthy AnonymousAuthor: Dr. Pete SulackPublisher: Destiny Image PublishersISBN: 978-0-7684-0688-7“Regardless of your health goals or challenges, the foundation for alleviating, healing, or in many cases preventing health challenges begins with facilitating your body’s natural inborn ability to adapt to and recover from stress,” Dr. Peter Sulack writes in his book, Unhealthy Anonymous: Exposing the Greatest Threat to Your Health and Happiness.At two hundred and twenty-four pages, this paperback targets those seeking an overall change in lifestyle to decrease stress, feel better, and eat more healthily. Using the English Standard Version of the Holy Bible, the book includes a few Christian viewpoints for living.Founder of Unhealthy Anonymous and one of the largest chiropractor clinics in North America, author Sulack has served over nine hundred thousand patients during the last twelve years. Known as America’s Leading Stress Expert, he is a teacher, lecturer, and writer.After an introduction, twelve chapters discuss steps for good health and happiness, ending with the author’s biography and advertisements. There is no alphabetical index or reference to the thirty-minute recipes for meals mentioned on the back jacket cover. Sporadically inserted are “Did You Know,” “Wake-Up Call,” “Myth vs. Fact,” and “Evolution vs. Revolution” blurbs with bibliography notes ending each chapter.Stating that the human body is designed to heal itself, the writer believes must be restored to proper function first. Within the twelve-step program, one can identify, connect, choose, recognize, rest, detox, nourish, rejoice, move, align, strengthen, and reach out to others to obtain a better lifestyle. One must change his or her habits, neutralize stress, and find what works best.Explaining food addiction and toxic stress, the book notes eighty-percent of the human industrial world has chronic or lifestyle illnesses. Using the acronym HALT, unhealthy eating is when hungry, angry, lonely, or tired. Listing the three stages of stress, rest is the number one key to managing it. By detoxing the body, eating organic foods, getting ample exercise, and finding joy, one can begin to feel better.By understanding seven eating myths at the end of the book, one can help change the pandemic in the world. It is also noted the writer offers a free 21-day Reboot system if the book is purchased.With no menu suggestions, meal plans, or schedules of daily routines, the book promotes learning to take care of the overall health of the body by making lifelong changes, while not succumbing to another diet fad.Thanks to the Book Club Network and the author for furnishing this complimentary book in exchange for a review based on the reader’s opinion.
- As a Christian, a teacher, and a parent, I highly recommend this book. The pages had just one word each, perfect for the beginner reader. The back page summarized the section of the Bible. Excellent for the young one's knowledge!
- Excellent for toddlers. You can start with one word and one picture, then build on it as the child gets older. Love the entire series.
- About the Book:Noah's Ark, based on the bestselling storybook Bible of all time, is part of the Baby Beginner's Bible board book series crafted for parents to share with their youngest children to experience the Bible through colorful illustrations and simple words. For added benefit, the complete story of Creation is told at the end of the book. Other books in this series include Creation, Daniel and the Lions, and Jonah and the Big Fish.My Review: Noah's Ark is the best story to start with when introducing your child to the many stories that the Bible has to offer. The main attraction for babies and fairly young children I think would be the animal aspect that the store has to offer. But in spite of all of this it is still a pretty awesome story of a man's diligence to be obedient. And our friends at The Beginner's Bible now have a line of baby products so you can get your children started early, as early as ages 4 and under. This book is the perfect size for little hands and it is a board book which means tougher pages to hold up to toddlers.**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review through my participation on the Z Blog Squad.