Lift The Flap Bible by Karen Williamson ~ Book Review

What’s under the flaps? Find out in this collection of eight very simple Bible stories in a large cased board book format. Each story is told across a double-page spread and there are flaps on every page. Bright, quirky illustrations full of wit and color from Louise Anglicas are perfect for this engaging introduction to Bible stories.

 
Stories are: Noah and the Ark, Moses and the Bulrushes, Daniel and the Lions, Jonah and the Great Fish, Born in a Stable, Boy with Loaves and Fishes, The Lost Sheep, and Man Lowered Through the Roof.

Lift The Flap Bible can be purchased HERE.

 
About The Author
 
Karen Williamson worked as a London primary school teacher and publisher’s editor before launching a successful career as a full-time writer. With three children of her own, she specializes in Bible stories for young readers. 
 
My Thoughts
 
This is a dear book, simply written with childlike, cartoonish, colorful illustrations.  The author has written dialogue for a child ten months plus, in simple one or two sentence stories. 
 
The book is a sturdy hardback with hard pages that will be able to withstand the turning of an infant or toddler.  Each story has three or four flaps for the child to lift as the story is read aloud.  My only negative about this product is that the flaps are very flimsy.  I believe if the flaps were thick as the pages, the book would withstand more wear and tear. 
 
It is a beautiful book and I know the little one in your life will enjoy the learning and entertainment as you read aloud to them.
 
Thank you to Kregal Publications and Karen Williams for a free copy in exchange for my honest review.
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