[Carol Stream, Ill.]—Tyndale Kids is continuously watching the children’s digital market to understand how to best serve its audience as well as introduce new customers to an array of rich, biblically-based products. The Tyndale Kids line is pleased to announce another entry into the digital world: My Read and Rhyme Christmas Story by Crystal Bowman and Cindy Kenney.
“This is the perfect e-book for anyone looking for a creative way to share the Christmas story with kids,” says Katara Patton, children’s and youth acquisitions director. “Christians desire more content that helps kids understand the true meaning of the Christmas season, and we’re happy to offer an affordable option.”
Due to the cost of printing, it is often challenging to offer seasonal books or lower-priced four-color products. However, with the digital option, Tyndale Kids is able to make this product more affordable to anyone with access to a computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Available now for download, My Read and Rhyme Christmas Story combines fun rhythm and rhyme with a learn-to-read format to help children learn about God’s Word while they learn to read. Young readers will enjoy the lively text and rhythm as well as the engaging art. The story is written using many vocabulary words from the Dolch Sight Word List for young readers. This e-book is part of the larger My Read and Rhyme Bible Storybook (Tyndale Kids, August 2009) and is available on Kindle, Nook, and iPad. It includes special features like read aloud, where the words are highlighted while the narrator reads the story.
My Read and Rhyme Christmas Story joins other Tyndale Kids e-book titles such as Let Me Hold You Longer by Karen Kingsbury, I Couldn’t Love You More by Matt Hammitt and Jason Ingram, The One Year Mother-Daughter Devo by Dannah Gresh, and middle-grade fiction series such as Winnie the Horse Gentler, Robot Wars, TJ and the Time Stumblers, and Left Behind: The Kids.
About Tyndale Kids
Did you know that Tyndale’s roots are associated with children? Tyndale House Publishers began when Ken Taylor started paraphrasing the Epistles of the Bible to help his kids better understand God’s Word. In that same spirit, Tyndale Kids seeks to provide theologically sound, relevant, age-appropriate content that helps young people develop and nurture the relationship they have with God through Jesus Christ. Through each of our fiction products, devotionals, Bible storybooks, and picture books, Tyndale Kids points children and youth to God as the key to a meaningful life. To see our entire line of children’s products, visit us at www.tyndale.com/kids.