Treasury of Bible Stories

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Product Details

Price
$24.99  $23.24
Publisher
National Geographic Kids
Publish Date
Pages
208
Dimensions
9.3 X 12.0 X 0.8 inches | 2.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781426335389

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About the Author

DONNA JO NAPOLI is professor of linguistics at Swarthmore College, mother of five, grandmother of two, and the author of more than 70 books for children and young adults. While her undergraduate major was mathematics and her graduate work was in linguistics, she has a profound love of mythology, folklore, and fairy tales.

CHRISTINA BALIT is a graduate of the Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art, London. An award-winning dramatist and illustrator, Christina has painted more than 20 children's books, including Blodin and the Beast by Michael Morpurgo, Zoo in the Sky, The Planet Gods, The Lion Bible, National Geographic's treasury series: Treasury of Greek Mythology, Treasury of Egyptian Mythology, Treasury of Norse Mythology, and Tales From the Arabian Nights. Her author titles include Escape From Pompeii, Atlantis, The Legend of the Lost City, and An Arabian Home. Her plays include Woman With Upturned Skirt, The Sentence, and Needle (winner of the Brave New Role award).

Reviews

"Napoli brings her literary eye to a yet another ancient tradition. Napoli opens with ebullient prose in her retelling of Creation with a 'wondrous beginning' and 'crystalline start' leading to an Earth that is 'lush' and 'fragrant'... Balit's bold illustrations accompany each tale and feature a diversity of skin tone that reflects the many lands from northeast Africa to the Middle East where the drama unfolds... Sidebars throughout add historical and scientific context to the stories presented while backmatter includes maps, timelines, and brief biographies of the major players. A worthy cultural treasury with appeal to both the faithful and irreligious." -- Kirkus

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