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The Bible Story

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The Bible Story, is the first in a trilogy of books written for Benziger Brothers by the team of Rev. George Johnson, Rev. Jerome Hanna, and Sister Mary Dominica -- the other two being the well-loved Bible History and The Story of the Church. While these others are respectively intended for the intermediate and upper grades, this little volume seeks to introduce younger students to the "greatest book in all the world." Using the best pedagogical methods of the time, they sought to center the narrative on the characters themselves, as a way of drawing in the attention of little ones who love stories. And yet to the extent possible, the phraseology of scripture is used. Study questions and suggested activities for learning reinforcement are also provided at the back of the book. Best of all, dozens of beautiful, full-color illustrations help sement the reality and beauty of the message of salvation in the young mind.

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"I purchased Alpha Year last summer for my first grader, and we have so thoroughly enjoyed the program. My 2 and a half year old son even loves it!  He loves to recite the poetry and the history. What really astonished me, however, was his ability to apply the information he learned from the songs. I was talking to my husband about our history lesson, and I mentioned 'the king of Persia' and he shouted, 'that's King Cyrus!' " Camille in California

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