The Big Picture Interactive Bible Storybook

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I adore children’s Bibles and Bible storybooks.  As a child we had The Bible Story, a ten-volume set.  Anyone else remember them? I can remember reading the stories aloud with my parents and brothers.

When my daughter was born, we began our collection of Bible storybooks and children’s Bibles.  I have loved each one.  When the time came to buy her first “real” Bible, we chose the Girls Life Application Study Bible in the New Living Translation so it would be easy to understand.  And this year, we’ve gotten her the ESV Student Study Bible for Christmas.  Both Scott and I use the ESV and she has a pocket-size Bible in that translation she likes.

All of that to say, we love Bibles around here.  And so, when B & H contacted me about reviewing their new children’s Bible storybook, I naturally said yes.

The Big Picture Bible Storybook review ||


Oh. My. Word. I love everything about this book!  And, I cannot wait to give it as a gift to my nephew this Christmas.  The Big Picture Bible Storybook is interactive!  Along with the well-illustrated and beautifully told stories, there are icons {coordinating with The Gospel Project curriculum from LifeWay} which, when used with the special free app from B & H, make the images on the page into a 3D illustration.

And, there are QR codes throughout the book which link to videos telling the stories as well.  My 13-year-old daughter and I had the best time watching the videos.  This is a great Bible storybook for a generation of children who have been playing games on iPhones since they were in diapers. 

The Big Picture Bible Storybook review ||


My friend Sandra has an autistic son and I immediately sent her a text saying, “I think James might like this!” I took it to church to show some of our children’s leaders and they were all convinced the kids in our church would love it.  We use The Gospel Project materials for all our Sunday School classes — children through adults — so this is definitely a resource that would be great for all the families in our church.

I cannot imagine any child who would not love to receive this Bible storybook.  It would be a fabulous addition to every family’s library.  Without any reservation I recommend this storybook … and will definitely be adding it to the gift list for children I know.

For more information about The Big Picture Interactive Bible Storybook, check out B & H Publishing.  You can purchase this book from Amazon and it is Prime eligible so you can get free two-day shipping.

What is your favorite Bible storybook for children?

{I received a free copy of The Big Picture Interactive Bible Storybook for the purpose of review.  The opinions contained in this post are entirely my own.}

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