Wednesday, August 7, 2013

The Read and Share Bible - Giveaway

I'm really excited to bring you this Tommy Nelson resource! But let me explain how I got my hand's on it in the first place.

Every month, I get a list of resources from Tommy Nelson that they let me choose from for my kids. We have been really blessed with the books that they have added to our library, and hope that you are enjoying the giveaways as well!

This particular resource wasn't listed. The way I found it is that a reader asked me for a recommendation on a good Bible devotional-type book for her toddler. I asked the company and other Tommy Nelson Mommy Bloggers what they would suggest and this one was mentioned over and over again. Even though this book wasn't on the resource list, they kindly offered to let me review and give one away. Yay!
So to my reader who asked for the recommendation, "Thank you!" This book is excellent for my kids too! I'm so glad you sent me on a treasure hunt to find it!

The Read and Share Bible is the perfect Bible for toddlers and young readers. It has more than 200 illustrated Bible stories, written in a simplified way so that little ones can understand them. Each two page spread features illustrations, a short Bible story, and prompts to encourage your child to think about the story and dialogue with you. Each story and discussion can easily be done in five minutes or less, so that you won't lose the attention of your little reader.

I love the way this book is set up, and greatly appreciate that it has been extra carefully reviewed to make sure that it stays accurate to the Biblical text while still being age appropriate for my kids.

I foresee many wonderful bedtime devotions in our future!

Maybe you would like to win a copy for yourself? (Yes! You do!)

~Giveaway!~
One A Beautiful Ruckus reader will win a copy of The Read and Share Bible. To enter the giveaway, please use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter. The first two tasks are not optional and must be completed to qualify for this giveaway. The additional entry tasks are optional. Winning entries will be validated prior to announcing the winner with an alternate drawn if the entries cannot be verified.
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The contest ends at 11:59pm on Monday, August 12th. The winner(s) will be randomly chosen and contacted by email on Tuesday, August 13th. The winner(s) will have 48 hours to respond to the email with their information so that the prize can be forwarded to them. A Beautiful Ruckus is not responsible for the delivery of the prize and is not responsible if the sponsor does not deliver. This giveaway is open to residents of the United States. A Beautiful Ruckus received complimentary item(s) for review in exchange  for hosting this giveaway from Tommy Nelson. This post may contain affiliate links. For more info, please see my disclaimer page.

16 comments:

  1. As cliche as it may sound, my favorite Bible story is Noah's Ark. I love that we can look at rainbows today and reflect upon God's promise that was made so many years ago. It also makes me think about how He never changes and He never abandons us. :)
    Sarah M Nelson

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  2. My favorite story is Noah. I named my son after him because I hope that he follows Noah's example of extreme faith.

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  3. As a child I always loved Daniel and the Lions Den. We had a children's bible story book and I always wanted to read that story. Now I am more partial to the Nativity and Christmas stories. I would love to have this resourse for my kids!

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  4. I've always loved the story of Esther.

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  5. I think my favorite Bible story is Hannah, although it isn't mentioned in very many children's Bibles

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  6. My favorite story is Joseph and his coat of many colors.

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  7. My favorite is Sarah and Abraham. Not exactly a children's story, but I connect with it while going through fertility treatments.

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  8. Baby Jesus is Born
    Nicole Copeland

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  9. My favorite story is Adam and Eve

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  10. my son is named levi and it comes from the story of the leviets and levi was the son of (i for some reason can not think of the name this moment) but those who kno the story know what im talking about!babyphatqueen420@aol.com

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  11. I like the creation story (Adam and Eve) but my daughters love Noah's Ark - we have that story in a large board book and I have read it too them too many times already. I also like the Prodigal Son but have not taught that one to the kids yet.

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  12. my favorite bible story is adam & eve (the 1st marriage on earth).

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