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Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 01 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 02 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 03 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 04 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 05 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 06 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 07 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 08 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 09 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 10 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 11 by Anne M. McGuire
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Volume 12 by Joseph A. Grispino
Golden Book's The Children's Bible Set by Anne M. McGuireSets

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  1. The Bible in Pictures by Ralph Kirby (1952)
  2. The First and Second letters of Paul to the Thessalonians; the First and Second letters of Paul to Timothy: the Letter of Paul to Titus; the Letter of Paul to Philemon by Holmes Rolston (1963)
  3. Family Treasury of Bible Stories by Roberto Brunelli (1997)
  4. Everlasting Stories: A Family Bible Treasury by Lois Rock (2001)
  5. Bible tales for very young children by Lenore Cohen (1934)
  6. The Golden Children's Bible by Rev. Joseph A. Grispino (1965)
  7. The Jesus Storybook Bible: Every Story Whispers His Name by Sally Lloyd-Jones (2007)
  8. The Story of David and Goliath by Alice Joyce Davidson (1985)
  9. Ruth: Woman of Courage by Paula Jordan Parris (1977)
  10. The Bible Speaks Volume 2 by Hella Taubes
  11. David and Goliath by Marlene Targ Brill (1992)
  12. Bible Picture ABC Book by Elsie E. Egermeier (1939)
  13. The Story for Little Ones: Discover the Bible in Pictures by Josee Masse (2011)
  14. The Most Wonderful King by Dave Hill (1968)
  15. The Story of Noah's Ark: Genesis 6:5-9:17 for Children (Arch Books) by Jane Latourette (1965)

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