My daughter-in-law was recently lamenting the lack of quality presentations for her little ones at Easter. This beautifully illustrated version of the Easter story is perfect for younger ages. Produced by David C. Cook, the story is written by well-known children's author, V.Gilbert Beers.
'Your toddler is ready to start building a delight in the Word, a hunger to learn it, ad passion to read it. This is the age to begin building that delight, or hunger, or passion. Next year may be too late.' V.Gilbert Beers
This is a fun retelling of the story, with great illustrations, that grabs their attention while teaching of the importance of Easter. The blurp from producers, Lost Sheep: 'Jerusalem. A lone rider approaches. The cheering crowd swarm to greet him. The King has come, mounted upon his mighty steed Dave the Donkey! Join Dave, his Grandpa and Jesus in this epic Easter tale of power, courage, death and resurrection. If you like Black Beauty you will love Dave the Donkey. Other story formats are available and free downloads.
Dave the Donkey app ($2.99)
Dave the Donkey Easter resources
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He is Risen: An Easter story
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