Beautiful Illustrations

We already love this bedtime story Bible by Diane Stortz. Words to Dream On - Bedtime Bible Stories and Prayers includes the most captivating illustrations. The image colors are so attention-grabbing - I feel like most children's Bibles have pastel illustrations, which make them somewhat dull, but the dark and bright colors featured in this Bible are so pretty! Kuddos to Diane Le Feyer for the beautiful illustrations. 

In addition to the story itself, there is a  "Bedtime Blessing", "Words To Dream On", and a "Sleepy-Time Prayer" for each Bible Story. The "Bedtime Blessings" are one-sentence personal application for the kids. The "Words to Dream On" section is a Bible verse from the story, which can be used as a memory verse. The "Sleepy-Time Prayer" is an adorable prayer, which relates to the story just read. 

My son is only 2, and the actual stories (2-3 pages long) don't quite grab and hold his attention the same way it might an older child, but we still love to breeze over the stories and look at the illustrations together! I am excited to continue reading this book before bed as my son gets older and to make it a part of our bedtime routine. 

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