The Biggest Story: How The Snake Crusher Brings Us Back To The Garden

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Up until this month, my son rarely sat through an entire book without being squirmy. In fact, he hadn’t ever read a chapter book before August! When we moved to a new town, beginning our long daily commute to and from school, we started listening to audiobooks to pass the time in the car. That really kindled a love of reading for my son! We’ve explored many Bible storybooks, and one tale that never fails to fascinate him is the biggest story of The Garden of Eden. Through his questions and curiosity, the story has become fascinating to me, too. How was Eve so easily convinced by the snake? What would have happened if that temptation had never been brought to light?  The biggest story doesn’t end happy for Adam and Eve, but it can for us!

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The pages of the book are entirely a work of art.  You won’t believe the detail and creativity within this book!  Beyond that, look closely at the text.  The story contains imagery and allusions far deeper than other children’s stories I’ve seen. Peruse the pages on Amazon and you’ll see what I mean.

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Visually captivating, there is so much for the eyes to enjoy while reading this book.  When I read the final pages, the note to parents, I realized how much this story needed to be told and understood.  The themes within The Biggest Story resonate throughout the entire Bible.  Without understanding sin, one cannot fully comprehend grace or salvation.  That’s why this is that book that I’m stuck in.  It is a bold reminder of God’s everlasting, enduring love for his children.

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  1. I learned that the author is also a pastor and he’s written several books.

  2. Shelley Joy P says:

    I learned that the book was illustrated by Don Clark – an artist and the cofounder of Invisible Creature, a widely respected and award-winning design studio based in Seattle, Washington.

  3. I learn that author is a preacher

  4. Julie Waldron says:

    I learned it’s about the Bible.

  5. Sherry Compton says:

    I learned that it moves through Bible stories connecting links between them.

  6. aarone mawdsley says:

    i learned it is about bible stories

  7. This sounds like a great book for my children! I learned that the author Kevin DeYoung has 6 children of his own.

  8. Jeanna Massman says:

    This books takes children on a journey through the Bible!

  9. I learned that the author is a pastor at a church in Michigan.

  10. I learned that the author is a pastor and that the book is for kids ages 5-11.

  11. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    I love that it is appropriate for ages 5 to 11!

  12. I learned that the author is a father of six.

  13. Sherry Compton says:

    The author has written several other books including Taking God At His Word: Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me and The Hole in Our Holiness.

  14. The Bible is full of exciting stories that fill children with awe and wonder.

  15. Sherry Compton says:

    I like how this talks about God’s promises and plan….that it’s “greater than we even imagined.”

  16. learned that it’s about bible stories

  17. Holly Letson says:

    I learned it’s a bible story and has wonderful illustrations.

  18. Once upon a time there lived a man and a woman. They were the happiest people on the planet.

    The End.

    Really, a beautiful story.

  19. Jessica Cyr says:

    I love how this book is designed to take children on a journey to understand the bible. This is very interesting.

  20. Laurie Emerson says:

    I learned that the author blogs at the Gospel Coalition.

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