The Jesus Storybook Bible Tops One Million Copies Sold

Author Sally Lloyd-Jones’ top-selling The Jesus Storybook Bible(Zonderkidz, 2007) has surpassed one million units sold.

Since its debut, The Jesus Storybook Bible has been published in eight different formats including a church curriculum, and collector’s edition with award-winning audio narrated by David Suchet and animated videos. This storybook Bible has been published in 19 different languages worldwide and is the narrative of 44 Bible stories of a young Jesus who comes to win back his lost treasure. Readers of all ages have been impacted by the story of God’s love for his children and how he came to rescue them.

As the storybook Bible gained in popularity, so did its broad appeal. “The Jesus Storybook Bible” spans across all ages being used in men’s and women’s ministry groups, prison ministries, seminary classes and endorsed by several pastors. Just this year, was put on the list of recommended titles for Bible Study Fellowship.

Accompanied with original and unique illustrations by artist Jago, The Jesus Storybook Bible has received several notable awards including the Mom’s Choice Award, Moonbeam Award, and NAPPA Award. It has been mentioned in thousands of blogs, magazines, newspapers, and trade reviews.

“One million units is nothing short of incredible,” commented Annette Bourland, SVP and group publisher of Zondervan Books. “Sally and Jago create such inspiration in all of their works and we are thrilled to share this milestone. Our continued focus on making this available to more people will bless children, families, churches, and other organizations who want to plant the seed of Christ.”

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