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Some books are based on text from the Bible.
The 23rd Psalm (1999)
The Lord is my true shepherd, there is nothing I shall want.
These stories from the Bible have been arranged to be read as literature.
An illustrated simplified version of the Bible. This is the one-volume edition.
Favorite Old Testament stories from the RSV translation.
The Christ Child (1931)
The story of the Nativity from the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.
A Christmas Manger (1942)
A punch-out-and-play book of the nativity.
The Coat of Many Colors (2004)
When their father gives Joseph a many-colored coat, his brothers are so jealous they determine to get rid of him forever. Imagine their surprise when they next see him as the Grand Vizier of Egypt.
The story of David from the fight with Goliath to King of Israel.
David’s Songs (1992)
A selection of Psalms reflecting David’s life and faith.
Familiar stories from the Old Testament.
How Excellent is Thy Name (2007)
The eighth psalm - ‘Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings.’
In the Beginning (1990)
The creation story from Genesis.
Let There Be Light (1990)
The book of Genesis, with illustrations by Pauline Baynes.
A Little Book of Prayers (1941)
A book of short prayers for children.
From a baby in a basket in the bulrushes to the splitting of the Red Sea and the destruction of Pharaoh, forty years in the desert and the final sight of the Promised Land.
Noah and the Ark (1988)
The story of Noah and the ark illustrated by C.S. Lewis’ favorite artist.
Noah’s Ark (2002)
Forty days and forty nights it rained on the earth while Noah and his family and the animals in the ark floated on the waters.
This edition is in five volumes illustrated by contemporary British artists. Edward Ardizzone contributed to volumes two, four and five. Volume 2 includes Joshua to Esther.
This edition is in five volumes illustrated by contemporary British artists. Edward Ardizzone contributed to volumes two, four and five. Volume 4 includes Isaiah to Malachi.
This edition is in five volumes illustrated by contemporary British artists. Edward Ardizzone contributed to volumes two, four and five. Volume 5 includes Esdras to Maccabees.