Lift The Flap Bible Stories For Young Children
The timeless stories of the Bible are full of surprises in this vibrant, colorful lift-the-flap book. With secrets to discover and unfold on every page, Lift-the-Flap Bible Stories for Young Children brings God’s Word to life, from Adam and Eve to the story of Easter.
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SKU (ISBN): 9781506446844
Andrew DeYoung | Naomi Krueger | Illustrator: Megan Higgins
Published: September 2018
Lift The Flap Bible Stories # 1
Publisher: Beaming Books – 1517 Media
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