Having to consider this now. Haven't the first clue what to look for, so thought I would throw it out there and see what kind of response it would get.
It sounds like "A Child's First Bible" by Kenneth N. Taylor is a winner! A sturdy hardback with beautiful illustrations is definitely a great choice for young readers. It's wonderful to introduce children to the world of Bible stories with engaging books that capture their imagination and make learning about faith enjoyable. Happy reading and exploring with your little ones!we've gone through countless first bibles! NBA betting telegram
The best I thought was "A Child's First Bible" by Kenneth N. Taylor - its big and hardback which means that it won't get bashed around quite so easily. Also the illustrations are excellent. https://www.viberate.com/music-analytics/
Love the care involved with this.My first bible was given to me by my aunt for my 7th birthday. It was a KJV. I still have it but had it rebound in the 1960s. When I got it back it had section in the psalms missing it still has.
I still mostly use the KJV, although our church uses the NKJV.