The Barnabas Schools' Bible

Rhona Davies, Illustrated by Marcin Piwowarski

Currently out of print £12.99

Content

The Barnabas Schools' Bible presents a continuous thread from Genesis to Revelation in historical, rather than biblical, order. Here there are retellings of familiar and less well-known Bible passages, including Psalm 23, the Lord's Prayer, and Paul's words on love.

  • Length and vocabulary level for collective worship and assemblies.
  • Could be used for independent or group reading.
  • Broad encyclopedia section - lends itself very well to individual classroom study.
  • Full contents plus an index of people and famous passages - easy to navigate.
  • Ideal for KS2.
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Author info

Rhona Davies is a trained teacher actively involved in her local church and writes for children. She has a keen desire to stay faithful to the spirit of the biblical text. She is married with teenage sons and is passionate about reading, gardening and genealogy. Rhona lives in England with her roots in South Wales.Marcin Piwowarski worked as a freelance illustrator for more than ten years before managing a graphic studio. He is a successful illustrator with more than 100 children's books published worldwide. Marcin lives with his wife and two young children in the centre of Poland.

Reviews

From: RE News - Autumn 2007 This is a wonderful new resource for key stage 2 pupils, which retells 365 well-selected biblical stories from Genesis to Revelation presented as a broadly cohesive narrative. The text is both interesting and accessible, without compromising accuracy, and it is referenced unobtrusively throughout to the original biblical sources. This Bible is ideal for the intended age group because it provides the necessary bridge between simplified collections of biblical stories for very young children and the less accessible format and text of Bibles for adults.

There is also an informative encyclopedia at the back of the Bible which deepens pupils' understanding of the biblical world, and covers the following topics: food and farming; plants and animals; families; clothing; daily life; homes and houses; towns and cities; religion; work; trade and travel; civilisations; and weapons and warriors.

Book details

  • ISBN: 9780857460820
  • Published: 17 February 2012
  • Status:
  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 352
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