Series: FamilyTime Bible Stories

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Reader's Digest Children's Bible Library 01 Genesis: In the Beginning by Anne De Graafbook 1
Family Time Bible Stories: Brother Against Brother by Anne De Graafbook 2
Family Time Bible Stories: Years from Joseph to Moses by Anne De Graafbook 3
Reader's Digest Children's Bible Library 05 Desert: The Promised Land by Anne De Graafbook 5

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  1. Family Time Bible Stories: Moses Leads the People by Anne De Graaf (1987)
  2. Reader's Digest Children's Bible Library 22 Ministry: Jesus Touches People by Anne De Graaf (1987)
  3. Great Promise (Arch Books) by Alyce Bergey (1968)
  4. Peter the Prince of Apostles by Muriel Fontenot Blackwell (1976)
  5. The Animated Stories from the Bible: Joseph In Egypt by Nest Family Entertainment (1992)
  6. My Bible Stories: The Promised Land by A. M. Lefevre (2000)
  7. The Bible Story of the Creation by Mary Alice Jones (1941)
  8. Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, With Excursus on Feasts, Ritual, Typology (Old Testament Message) by Rita J. Burns (1983)
  9. When Time Began: The Creation for Beginning Readers: Genesis 1:1-2:3 for Children by Mary Blount Christian (1976)
  10. 365 Read to Me Bedtime Bible Stories: A Story a Day from the Creation to the Resurrection (Reference Books) by Melanie M. Burnette (1998)
  11. Interactive Bible Stories for Children: Old Testament by Lois Keffer (1994)
  12. Bible Stories: Old Testament : Precious Moments (Precious Moments (Baker Book)) by Samuel J. Butcher (1999)
  13. Veggie Tales: Moe and the Big Exit/The Ballad of Little Joe, Double Feature
  14. The Fishermen's Surprise by Alyce Bergey (1800)
  15. My Bible Stories: Moses and the Israelites by A. M. Lefevre (2007)

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