Clever Cub Is Amazed By God
Clever Cub is a curious little bear who LOVES to cuddle up with the Bible and learn about God.
Clever Cub thinks the sea is amazing! Mama Bear reminds him that the Maker of the seas is even more amazing as she tells her cub the story of Jesus walking on water.
In this engaging picture book, the author of the YouVersion Bible App for Kids:
*Tells the incredible story of Jesus walking across the Sea of Galilee in Mark 6:45-54
*Helps kids ages 3 to 6 think of all the amazing things Jesus did
*Teaches young readers that God is worthy of praise and trust
Clever Cub Is Amazed by God is part of the delightful Clever Cub Bible Stories series. Also check out Clever Cub Explores God’s Creation, Clever Cub Sings to God, Clever Cub Gives Thanks to God, Clever Cub Welcomes Baby Jesus, Clever Cub Learns about Love, Clever Cub and the Easter Surprise, Clever Cub Learns to Share, Clever Cub Trusts God, Clever Cub and the Case of the Worries, Clever Cub Tells the Truth, Clever Cub Forgives a Friend, Clever Cub Invites Someone New, and Clever Cub Learns to Obey.
2 in stock
SKU (ISBN): 9780830785940
Bob Hartman | Illustrator: Steve Brown
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: February 2024
Clever Cub Bible Stories
Publisher: David C. Cook
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