Sharing the love of Christ with your little one is precious. Snuggle up and read our unique collection of bible stories filled with bright illustrations and sweet age-appropriate prayers that will engage your kiddo from creation through resurrection. This sturdy padded keepsake board book is a wonderful religious introduction filled with life lessons that will strengthen one’s bond with Christ. A perfect faith-based gift to celebrate baby’s arrival, baptism, holidays, and more!
Collect the entire My First Treasury book series!
- 12 favorite Bible stories and prayers
- Sweet and playful illustrations help young children stay interested and engaged while learning about Jesus Christ
- Bible stories included: Creation, Noah’s Ark, Baby Moses, Daniel and the Lions, and more
- Encourages bonding between parents and children
- Great gift for baby showers, baptisms, first libraries, holidays, and more!
Cottage Door Press is an independent publisher of high-quality children’s books. We believe that every child deserves an excellent first book experience—beginning on the day they’re born.
Reading is learning is our driving philosophy, and we strive to help parents understand why reading aloud from birth is so important. We offer a simple development-based guide to help them on their journey.
Rachel Elliot has been writing stories all her life, and her first book was published in 2004. Since then she has written lots of books for children. She works as a freelance writer and editor, and lives in Devon with her husband and two daughters.
Caroline Williams is a science journalist. A feature editor and regular contributor to New Scientist, her written work has also appeared in The Guardian, BBC Future, and on BBC Earth, among others. She has worked as a radio producer and reporter for BBC Radio and was the regular co-host of the New Scientist podcast from 2006 to 2010. She is editor of the New Scientist Instant Expert guide How your brain works: inside the most complicated object in the universe (John Murray, 2017). She holds a BSc in Biological Sciences from Exeter University and an MSc (Distinction) in Science Communication from Imperial College London. She lives in Surrey, England.