Series: Bible Stories for Early Readers, Level 1

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I Will Help by Lavaun Linde2
Mom and the Lad by Lavaun Linde3
The Lad's Bag by Lavaun Linde4
Daniel and the Big Cats by Lavaun Linde5

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  1. Not a bed: Baby Jesus, Luke 2:1-17, Matthew 2:1-11 (Bible stories for early readers) by Lavaun Linde (1986)
  2. God Adds Oil by Lavaun Linde and Mary Quishenberry (1988)
  3. Noah's Ark by Linda Hayward (1987)
  4. David and the Giant (Step-Into-Reading, Step 2) by Emily Little (1987)
  5. The Little Boat That Almost Sank (Arch Books) by Mary Phraner Warren (1965)
  6. Primary Bible Reader (A Beka Book Reading Program) by Miriam Howell (1977)
  7. The World God Made: The Story of Creation by Alyce Bergey (1965)
  8. What Really Happened to the Dinosaurs? (DJ and Tracker John) by John D. Morris (1990)
  9. Read Aloud Bible Stories: Volume 1 by Ella K. Lindvall (1982)
  10. The Beginner's Bible: Timeless Children's Stories by Karyn Henley (1989)
  11. Rumble, Rumble: Mark 6:23-44 (Jesus Feeds the Crowd) (Hear Me Read Level 1 Series) by Mary Manz Simon (1990)
  12. Stories about God's People : Units 1 - 3 by Amy Herr and Lela Birky (1987, Hardcover) by Rod and Staff (1987)
  13. The Beginner's Bible: Timeless Children's Stories by Kelly Pulley (2005)
  14. The Chimney Sweep's Ransom by Dave Jackson (1992)
  15. Marco Polo: A World Explorer by Charles P. Graves (1963)

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