Release Date: October 2017
Page Count: 20
Size: 6.8750 x 6.8750
Binding: Board Book
Case Lot Quantity: 40
Collection/Series Name: Baby Believer®
First Bible Basics
A Counting Primer
Teach Your Child Counting and Bible Basics
Your family will love this totally unique board book! Each page features colorful, engaging artwork, reframing abstract, but vitally important biblical content into the manageable concept of basic numbers (1-10) for your young child.
For your child…
They will delight in the bright illustrations and counting along with you. Also, they will be exposed to the vocabulary of basic theology in a format that will help them categorize and retain the information.
You’ll appreciate the artistic design, engaging content, and helping your child learn to count. And who knows? You might even learn something about the Bible you didn’t know before!
Baby Believer primers are designed to grow with children, from early infancy through elementary school. In addition to basic Bible theology, Baby Believer board books are filled with quotations from the Bible, creeds, hymns, church fathers, and other articles of faith to help reinforce the content and provide intellectual handholds for older children who possess a greater capacity for learning and memorization.
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"This book works like a simple catechism that little ones can grow into. And best of all, because the book uses actual Bible verses, it can prepare your babies to listen to Scripture and enjoy it as they get older."
—Emily Whitten, World Magazine
"The wonderfully appealing, bright and modern yet elegant illustrations draw in children and adults alike, while the text provides a foundation for important conversations about God and the Bible that can be tailored to fit any age."
—Lauren Flake, Love of Dixie and author of Where Did My Sweet Grandma Go?
"The attention to detail is impressive, and the artwork is beautiful. Online pictures don't do it justice; it's much lovelier in person. The style is graphic, to grab babies' attention, but it's artistic, not overly simplistic as artwork for baby books often is."
—Rachel Ramey, Titus 2 Homemaker