Penny, indeed a challenge! Though my 5yr old has got a start. She ran up to me and told me she stuck two dead crickets in the freezer. Turns out she wasn't lying. My children are wanting chocolate covered grasshoppers :
We're having roasted grasshopper and lady-bird sauce for supper tonight. Our dear friends Mr. Jeremy Fisher, Mr. Alderman Ptolemy Tortoise, and Sir Issac Newton are joining us. Regardless of what Beatrix Potter thinks it's really quite delicious!
John UK wrote: " . When they are very young, it can be read to them from a children's Bible"
No need for a "children's bible.." we read ours the KJV. They're quite capable of understanding (as much as possible). I see no reason to dumb the word down and put it on the same level as Winnie the Pooh. It's not another "children's story" but the living word of God. Not that you implied that. Just my two cents on "childrens bibles".