Welcome to BibleWorld: Explore All 66 Books of the Bible, by Mike Nappa. This “seek and find” book imagines the Bible as a theme park, with rides, booths, and games all linked to event in God’s Word. Kids get an overall picture of the Bible’s message as they travel through the park.
365 Best-Loved Bedtime Bible Stories for Kids, by Jean Fischer. Nicely designed and illustrated, this paperback introduces kids to Bible stories in short chunks, perfect for bedtime.
The Awesome Super Fantastic Forever Party Storybook: A True Story About Heaven, Jesus, and the Best Invitation of All, by Joni Erickson Tada. Invites children to respond to Jesus’ invitation to be with Him forever when He comes back and brings a new heaven and earth.
Bedtime with Daddy, by Nancy I. Sanders. This board book features 8 daddy and baby animal pairs in eight different habitats around the world, playing, praying, praising, and snuggling as the little ones get ready for bed. The final scene shows a human dad and son pair.
Kids have questions, and two new books aim to help them find answers. Christian Q & A Book for Kids: 100+ Questions and Answers about God and the Bible, by Amy Houts, asks and answers common questions for children ages 6-9. A discussion guide and resource list at the back provides parent help. Moments with God for Kids, by Becky Kopitzke, for ages 8-12, presents an orderly arrangement of questions and answers that each include a Bible verse and questions to think about.
Lions to the Rescue! and Mystery in Crooked Creek Woods (Tree Street Kids series #3 and #4), by Amanda Cleary Eastep. Set in the 1990s, these new middle grade novels have Jack Finch and his friends deep into adventure and mystery once again, with lessons about love, trust, and forgiveness along the way.