Your children will watch in awe as Bible stories literally unfold before their very eyes. Each Bible story has a pattern for you to fold and cut as you tell the story. Discussion questions about the story allow you to get the children involved--by having younger children help tell the story if they know it--or having older children help cut and fold the patterns. # The figures you create are key parts of the story, such as. . . The snake, the tree, and the fruit from the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3); # Moses in the basket (Exodus 1-2: 10); # Samson and his hair--which you cut off (Judges 16); # The lion from Daniel and the lions' den (Daniel 6); # A string of wise men (Matthew 2: 1-12); # Jairus' daughter sitting up in bed (Mark 5: 21-43); # The fish from when Jesus fed 5, 000 people (John 6: 1-13); # And more stories from both the New and Old Testaments Patterns are reproducible--to let you practice cutting and telling the story ahead of time--and patterns are easy to follow. The solid lines show you where to cut, while the dotted lines show you where to fold. Make your storytelling come alive. . . with Snip-And-Tell Bible Stories. About the author: Karyn Henley is an award-winning Christian writer, popular workshop leader, and storyteller. She has over 20 years of experience teaching and entertaining young children. Henley also writes and records children's songs for a variety of television specials.