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Spanish/English Bilingual Arch Books - 6 Volumes

Spanish/English Bilingual Arch Books - 6 Volumes
    Code: ARCHB203
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    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Concordia
    Series: Arch Books
    Ages: 5 to 9
    Size: 8½ X 7¾
    List Price: $20.94
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    Inside - Noah's Ark

    Inside - The Week That Led to Easter

    Bilingual Arch® Books captivate children with colorful pictures and creative poems, in two languages. The Spanish is not a translation; each story was written originally in Spanish. Each book presents a complete Bible story in a fun-to-read way children ages 5-9 will understand and remember. Known all over the world for their biblical and historical accuracy, Arch® Books are accessible, engaging, affordable, and collectible—perfect for assisting teachers and parents as they teach their children the Bible and how God works in all aspects of our lives.

    Special features:

    • 16-page Bible story books
    • Poetry and language geared toward children ages 5 to 9
    • Convenient side-by-side format
    • The same colorful, biblically accurate illustrations from your favorite Spanish Arch® Books!
    • Questions to "think about" on the last page facilitate Bible learning
    • Clear Gospel connection in each book

    Titles include:

    Down Through the Roof

    This book tells the story of a paralyzed man whose friends lowered him through a roof to see Jesus. Its basis is Mark 2:1-2 and Luke 5:18-26. Jesus healed the man and forgave his sins, two powerful demonstrations of Jesus' divinity.

    Noah's Ark

    This book is based on Genesis 6:1-9:17, tells of how God protected Noah and the animals during the flood, with special mention of the rainbow as a symbol that God always keeps His promises.

    Jesus Feeds the Multitude

    This book tells the story of the feeding of the 5,000, which can be found in all 4 Gospels. It teaches that, just as God used the boy's gift of five loaves and two fish in the story, He also uses the gifts of every believer to further His kingdom.

    Joseph Forgives His Brothers

    This book follows the Joseph narrative (Genesis 37, 39-45), teaching readers that God works through all situations, even seemingly hopeless ones, for the good of His people.

    Philip and the Ethiopian

    This book tells the story of Philip and the Ethiopian as found in Acts 8:26-40. It teaches that just as the Holy Spirit guided Philip, God also puts us in the right place at the right time to witness for Him.

    The Week That Led to Easter

    This Arch® Book traces the last week of our Lord's earthly life as told in all 4 Gospel accounts. It guides readers as they reflect on Jesus' path to the cross, but ends with His joyous resurrection three days later on Easter!