This video is a trailer that was developed for the first BibleRhymes’ Noah and the Ark ebook. It showcases the ebook using music from the online Bible story and examples of how animation and the glossary work.
The video is a demo for BibleRhymes’ Noah and the Ark. Click this link to see free demos for all current BibleRhymes ebooks. _______________________ Here is a link for the trailer of the Christmas story too. Honestly, just playing the videos and listening to the music makes me smile. What about you?
I have been able to visit many different schools, from public to private, Catholic to Lutheran, for book readings. The kids and the teachers have always been great. I’ve eaten with faculty. I’ve had lunch with the children. I’ve been invited to play football. And I’ve learned that nice suits aren’t the best attire for book reading events since a lot of kids like jumping on me.
Sweaters don’t work much better. I’m pretty sure the kids would prefer if I wore t-shirts or sweatshirts. But I digress. Check out the video below for my book reading of the BibleRhymes’ Creation story at North Hills Child Care.
The illustration below was air-brushed and hand-painted on canvas by Antonella Chirco for the first edition of BibleRhymes’ Creation.
Just think for a moment what kind of extraordinary power it would take to create a planet. Expand that to the design and creation of our whole universe (or what we know of it). Our God is mighty.
Click the link for a version of BibleRhymes’ Creation that I illustrated (with many traces of Antonella). And get into a little bit of your own book reading (or help a kid get into theirs).