Moses and the Ten Commandments Bible Big Book

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Overview

Use classic big books to engage young readers and introduce them to the Bible.

  • Moses and the Ten Commandments Bible Big Bookmeasuring 14 in. x 21 in., is designed to be easy to read and hold in front of a group of children
  • The Bible Big Book expands on one of the featured stories from The Catholic Children’s Bible by using beautiful artwork directly from the Bible to help tell the story
  • At the end of the book there are Guiding Comprehension Questions designed to help children understand what happens in the story and how they can apply the lessons to their own lives
  • Each of the inside spreads is reproduced on the back cover, making it easy for a teacher read to the class while holding

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Product details

Publisher: Saint Mary's Press

Copyright: Feb. 3, 2014

Format: Stitched

Size: 14 x 21

Length: 16 pages

ISBN: 978-1-59982-671-4

ISBN-10: 1-59982-671-2

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Moses and the Ten Commandments Big Book

When The Catholic Children’s Bible Big Book on Moses and the Ten Commandments arrived as a review copy from Saint Mary’s Press, I thought the publisher might be sending me a poster about one of their many fine publications. Instead, I found an actual Bible storybook, measuring 14” x 21” with large print and illustrations a group of children can easily see as someone holds up the book.

To keep the teacher or classroom leader from getting a crick in the neck while reading, the back cover presents a full layout of all the inner pages and text, including a “Glossary” that defines such words as “commandment.” Or, children on a grade 2 to 3 reading level might be asked to take turns reading and turning pages while a group leader follows along behind the scene.

In addition to helping children interact with Bible people and stories, this innovative book includes the section “Guiding Comprehension Questions” to encourage participation and keep the discussion on topic and on track.

Review by Mary Harwell Sayler with Bible Reviewer