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The Easter Fix

An engaging retelling of the Easter story that will help young children understand why Jesus died and came alive again.
Comes with free download presentation slides for toddler group and Sunday school read-throughs.

Part of the Little Me, Big God series.

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This is the story of how God sent someone to fix everything. That someone was Jesus.

But Jesus didn't come just to fix a few things. He gave his life to fix the thing that makes everything broken… our broken friendship with God.

This engaging retelling of the Easter story will help young children understand why Jesus died and came alive again.

Part of the Little Me, Big God series of storybooks for pre-schoolers. These books are ideal to give away at church toddler groups and for use in children's ministry.

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  • Story: The Easter Fix
  • Notes for Parents

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Age range: 2 - 4
Author Steph Williams
ISBN 9781784985844
Format Paperback
First published February 2021
Dimensions 6.7" x 6.7" x 0.1"
Case quantity 50
Language English
Pages 24
Publisher The Good Book Company

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Notes for grown-ups:
This story comes from Luke 24 v 1-8, but it starts right back at the beginning of the Bible. Here it tells us that God made a perfect world but that people disobeyed his rules—they said no to God. They were not friends with God anymore, and because of this, the whole world became broken.
Sadness, hatred, illness and death came into our lives; we cannot live for ever anymore. Our broken friendship with God is “the thing that makes everything broken”. But someone was coming to fix it!
The Bible tells us that God came into the world as a person, Jesus Christ, with no guilt of his own to pay for. Jesus paid the punishment for when we have said no to God and his rules—the punishment of death, the most broken of brokenness. Now, if we believe in Jesus, we can be friends with
God. But Jesus did not stay dead: “He is not here,” said the angels by his grave (v 6). He came alive again, the first person ever to do so. He is like the first fruits on a tree, showing us that the punishment of death was
paid, and that God will bring his friends back to life for ever too, in a world that is all fixed.
Some people did not love God, and still said no, closing their hearts to the one God sent. But Jesus welcomes everyone who comes to him and says yes to God. Because of Jesus, we can be friends with God for ever.

Independent reviews

"Bite-size gospel truth for little ones!"

Ellen Finstad, February 9th 2021

These “mini-books” from The Good Book Company are great for toddlers!... continue reading


The Only One Who Can Fix Everything

Aaron Lee, February 22nd 2021

By using the concept of broken and fixed friendships, this book will help your child understand what it means to be reconciled to God. It will make them long for a world where Christ returns to make everything better again. And it will point them to the only one who is able to do it: Jesus... continue reading


Good and accessible for wee ones

Alistair Chalmers, March 14th 2021

This is a great little book that would be a great aid for parents to start children thinking about the message of Easter. Williams does a great job of conveying the biblical truths with sensitivity for 2-4 year olds.... continue reading

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