Bible for children
The earliest Bible for children printed in America was The Children's Bible (Philadelphia, 1763). The Bible Story (1953–57) is a ten-volume series of hardcover children's story books written by Arthur Maxwell. It is based on the King James and Revised Standard versions of the Christian Bible. The Children's Bible Story Book (1991) is a children's version of the Bible by Anne de Graaf. It is distributed to British primary schools by the charity Bibles for Children (founded 1997).
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- Ruth B. Bottigheimer The Bible for Children: from the age of Gutenberg to the present - 1996 Yale, p. 39
- The Pictus Orbis® Sambo Phyllis Settecase Barton, Pictus Orbus Press - 1998, p. 8. "In 1763, THE CHILDREN'S BIBLE, OR AN HISTORY OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES, was printed and sold in Philadelphia by Andrew Steuart. First printed in London in 1759, this is the earliest Bible for children printed in America "