Let There Be Light: An Opposites Primer
  • Let There Be Light: An Opposites Primer
  • Let There Be Light: An Opposites Primer
  • Let There Be Light: An Opposites Primer
  • Let There Be Light: An Opposites Primer
ISBN: 0736972366
EAN13: 9780736972369
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 2, 2018
Pages: 20
Dimensions: 1" H x 6.87" L x 6.87" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

Help Children Learn About God's World and Opposites

Your family will love this unique board book Using colorful, engaging artwork, Let There Be Light introduces little ones to the Creation story as a vehicle for understanding opposites, a crucial concept in early cognitive development.

Children will delight in the imaginative illustrations and learn key opposites such as quiet/loud, light/dark, and above/below. These contrasting pairs are taught against the backdrop of Scripture chronicling God's creation of heaven and earth.

You will appreciate the artistic design, theologically sound content, and helping your little one gain a greater understanding of the glory of God's world while mastering their opposites.


Baby Believer primers are designed to grow with children, from early infancy through elementary school. In addition to basic Bible theology, Baby Believer board books are filled with quotations from the Bible, creeds, hymns, church fathers, and other articles of faith to help reinforce the content and provide intellectual handholds for older children who possess a greater capacity for learning and memorization.

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   Scripture as is, colorful contrasting colors, good for babies.
The book is a great introduction to the contrasting colors and patterns of Zentangle. Our lo especially loves the sea animal pages. The Lord's Prayer was taken from the Bible.
   Nice pictures and firmly made for kids but content is incorrect using bible versions with mistakes
The difference between the two versions is that the King James version has different meanings for each of the seven plagues. It would be so easy to just use the truth, Mr. Caramore said. You don't have to go to church, for it won't bother you. And if you want to know the truth, you would have to return it as I did. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Beckham family at this difficult time.
   Almost 2 year old loves it
I bought several books for my son because they were all in his bedroom.
   Get these!!!
These are the coolest, sweetest books ever written. So far, my almost 2-year-old LOVES them. I can't wait to see them in person, Bruno said. Even though they are board books, they don't seem "baby", will be great for young kids as well! He also suggests putting them in his Easter basket.
   Would buy again
I've always loved the book. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
   Value & Quality
Great quality, and a perfect little primer for teaching and learning the Lord's Word with your little ones, he said.
   Perfect books for littles
Not only are we learning about opposites, we get to learn more about the Lord.
   Treasury type book collection. Keepsake.
Biblical account of creation. A Treasury-type book series. I would keep them forever, not a thrift store donation type book. I will complete the collection over time, but it is a bit pricey.
   Phenomenal staple for every Christian child’s library
Both are excellent books. This is the kind of doctrine that works well with all kids in Sunday school.
   Must Have! Wonderful combination of Scripture and Artwork!
If I could give it six stars, I would. This book follows the story of Noah's creation, through the eyes of a young child. However, it draws from scripture throughout the Bible to tell the story -- rather than relying on the Genesis account. The illustrations are beautiful, too. The scripture passages match each idea well. I think the author did a great job of selecting the scripture passages, creating a bit of a worship experience, said Kirk. I can't help but think about how wonderful God created such a beautiful world, he said.