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For this month’s selection from the Tommy Mommy program at Thomas Nelson books, I was sent a copy of The Story of Jesus. Intended for children ages 0-3, this padded board book with a handle is a tiny book that packs a big punch. It tells the complete story of Jesus from birth to resurrection. If you liked The Story of Christmas, you will love this one, too.

The Story of Jesus is told in rhyming couplets and they did a great job with the rhymes. I hate poetry that is clumsy to read; this is easy & enjoyable to read out loud. The illustrations look like they were made with in a scrapbook type method, giving them a neat 3 dimensional-ish look. The pictures were bright & colorful.

Best though, was the story itself. In 20 short pages, the author does a fabulous job of hitting all the high points of Jesus’s life, including his death and resurrection, on a level appropriate for tiny children. My 3.5 year old brings me the book occasionally and my 9 month old carries it around a lot. When he pauses on a page, I read it to him. Over time, he will have gotten the whole story of Jesus in spurts of a small rhyme :).

If you are interested in winning a copy of The Story of Jesus for a child in your life, use the widget below.

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Jen S.


5 Comments on {CLOSED} The Story of Jesus Review & Giveaway {Tommy Mommy}

  1. Maria
    4 April 2014 at 5:36 PM (5 years ago)

    Yes I make Easter Baskets for the kids. It wouldn’t be Easter without them!


  2. Shecki @ Greatly Blessed
    4 April 2014 at 4:39 PM (5 years ago)

    Some years we do, some years we don’t. We don’t credit Santa or the Easter Bunny (and we don’t do the tooth fairy at all). It’s just a fun time to have extra treats/gifts. I have been setting things aside over the last couple months, so I think we’ll be doing baskets of some sort this year.
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  3. Jessica
    3 April 2014 at 12:05 PM (5 years ago)

    We don’t do Easter baskets. We do get each child a piece of candy and a Christian book though.


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