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Celebrate Advent with your littles using the Jesus Storybook Bible (including free printable reading guide)

Reading plan for celebrating Advent with the Jesus Storybook Bible.

I am a shameless Christmas LOVER (all caps utterly necessary). And although I put up a few personal ‘boundaries’ around my zeal (ie no Christmas music and movies until Thanksgiving), I begin thinking about Christmas months in advance.

Everything about Christmas gets to me – the faith aspect, the festivities, the traditions, the gathering of loved ones, and the fact that so many people around the world share a similar focus during this one special time of year.

Before Thanksgiving I usually set some plans in place (like how to de-clutter the house before Christmas), but it’s not until after our Day of Thanks that I unabashedly move into Christmas Mode. After that? No apologies. We are Christmasafying everything.

Celebrate Advent this Christmas with your children using the Jesus Storybook Bible 24-day reading plan.

Although we have an Advent “calendar” that I’ve done for several years already (need 150+ Advent activity ideas?), I’ve mostly used it for fun family activities and little chocolates. I will do the same this year, but now that Levi is nearly three I’m also excited to introduce more of a purposeful ‘spiritual’ focus as well. (My belief is that fun is not separate from spiritual, but you know what I mean, right?)

I want the lead-up to Christmas to be full of parties and merriment and festivities, but also have a quiet and reflective element to it as well. There is certainly joy and worship in both approaches, so I hope to find a blend that works well for our family.

This year we’re going to use the Jesus Storybook Bible:

Using the Jesus Storybook Bible for Advent - a reading plan.

Have you read it? It’s seriously inspiring. The stories are so beautifully written and the illustrations are simply gorgeous. I love reading it as much as our littles do.

Really, really I do.

I recently learned from this blog (God bless her!!) that there are twenty-one stories it in from the Old Testament—each ending with a paragraph that ties in to the imminent birth of Jesus—and then three stories from the New Testament leading up to (and surrounding) the birth story of Jesus.

How to use the Jesus Storybook Bible to celebrate Advent and the birth of Christ.

I wonder if Sally Lloyd-Jones planned this perfect 24-day reading plan for December leading up to Christmas? Whether that was purposeful or not, no doubt Someone inspired her imagination as she wrote. Love it, love it, looooove it.

For our advent activity, the kids will get to visit the “calendar” twice: In the morning will be a note with a family activity for the day (as we’ve been doing in year’s past) and at night will be a note that says, “The story we get to read tonight is…”

Here is the Jesus Storybook Bible “reading plan” that we’ll be following for Advent:

Jesus Storybook Bible reading plan for Advent (free printable)

Free download: Jesus Storybook Bible printable reading plan for Advent (This one includes daily notes that you can cut up and put in your pockets/calendar.)

Dear friends, do you observe Advent with your littles? What do you do?


 

Related:

The Ultimate Advent Activity List - 150+ ideas for the countdown to Christmas.

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About Adriel

Adriel Booker is a writer, speaker, and difference-maker living Down Under with her Aussie love and littles where they serve in full-time ministry (and full-time parenting) together. She writes about celebrating motherhood, building families, strengthening faith, enjoying life, empowering women, changing the world, and telling the story.

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119 Responses to Celebrate Advent with your littles using the Jesus Storybook Bible (including free printable reading guide)

  1. Jessica W November 22, 2012 at 12:12 am #

    Love this idea friend! It’s perfect!! And I love the Jesus Storybook Bible too!!
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  2. Katherine November 22, 2012 at 5:06 am #

    This is a great idea. My kids love this Bible (and so do I). My oldest likes to listen to the book-on-cd version during her afternoon quiet time.

    I’m glad to have a little outline to follow! Thanks.
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  3. Meredith November 26, 2012 at 11:43 am #

    love this and we absolutely ADORE the Jesus Storybook Bible. I was wondering what special things your “morning notes” will say. What’s your plan for the special things you will do each day as a family? would LOVE to know. thanks again for sharing the plan!

  4. Lindsy Griffis November 26, 2012 at 12:45 pm #

    I LOVE this!! I’m absolutely using this reading plan. Thanks so much!!
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  5. Megan at SortaCrunchy November 27, 2012 at 1:39 am #

    Oh, this is PERFECT! We’ve done various things through the years for Advent, but I’ve not seen anything based on the Jesus Storybook Bible. It is my absolute FAVORITE. We are so doing this. Thank you, Adriel!
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  6. Sarah Bessey November 27, 2012 at 2:19 am #

    Love it! What a great idea, A!
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  7. Becky Daye November 27, 2012 at 10:59 am #

    I think this is a beautiful idea and I too LOVE the Jesus Storybook Bible. My oldest child is now 9, but before she was born, we were given the Advent Book. It is a beautifully illustrated book straight from scripture. The kids get to open a door each night and it has been fun to see them develop each year until now they can read it to us. So that is our favorite tradition! Hope your advent season is filled with JOY!!!
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  8. Christine November 27, 2012 at 1:07 pm #

    Thank you so much for this reading plan. I wanted something simple that would highlight Jesus everyday. This is my answer!! Bless you!

  9. Laura cook November 27, 2012 at 1:43 pm #

    What a great idea! Can I ask for some examples of family activities? Are they services for others or just family time (making cookies)? Thanks

  10. eva scott November 27, 2012 at 9:30 pm #

    This little Bible is my FAV!!! Thanks for sharing this. I just pinned it to use for Advent as well!

  11. Natasha Metzler November 27, 2012 at 11:19 pm #

    Love this! I have an advent storybook that I wrote– but it is the same thing. Stories from the Old Testament that foretell the birth of Christ and then the stories surrounding the birth.

    Thanks for sharing- I will definitely pass this on to friends who have the Jesus Storybook!
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  12. Kendra November 30, 2012 at 1:53 am #

    I am so thankful for creative people like you who are willing to share with the rest of us who just need someone to give us a plan. :) I loved reading how your family celebrates and your activity ideas and am excited to incorporate many of them in our home this year. Thank you so much! Blessings to you!

  13. Annette {This Simple Mom} November 30, 2012 at 4:09 am #

    Love this! My friend takes a break from regular Bible reading to read through the JSBB during December. I do something a bit different. I have a homemade Jesse Tree that we use with the JSBB. :)

    Great printable…and of course, great resource in the JSBB!

  14. Annette {This Simple Mom} November 30, 2012 at 4:10 am #

    PS My link to my Jesse Tree in case you are interested.
    http://www.thissimplehome.com/2012/11/homemade-jesse-tree.html
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  15. Amy McCollister November 30, 2012 at 1:44 pm #

    I’ve heard nothing but good things about this bible. Actually, it’s the bible that my church gives to each family when they dedicate their child at church.
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  16. Alia Joy December 1, 2012 at 5:18 am #

    Love this, Adriel. I will definitely be adding this to our Advent activities this year. Hope you have a great Christmas!
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  17. Joshua Waulk December 3, 2012 at 10:27 am #

    Thanks for passing this along—we purchased this resource for our son some time ago, and then earlier this year my wife picked up a “deluxe edition” for our daughter. This plan is now our reading for Advent 2012. Im curious—has anyone out there ever used this “children’s” bible as a platform for witnessing to an adult? I’d love to hear how that went!

    • Adriel Booker December 4, 2012 at 7:26 pm #

      Not sure about “witnessing” specifically Joshua, but I’ve certainly recommended it to MANY adults, especially those wanting to get an overview of the Bible and understand the Story more. I find it helps wet the appetite for getting into the “real” Bible – such beautiful illustrations and writing!
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  18. Meredith December 4, 2012 at 6:49 pm #

    This little idea has gone viral. Hooray! I pray it is helpful to lots of people – big and little. I wonder if Sally Lloyd-Jones knows how much we all love the JSSB and how wonderful it is use to at Christmas time.
    And guess what, my maiden name is Booker. How about that!
    Merry Christmas.
    Mx
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    • Adriel Booker December 4, 2012 at 7:29 pm #

      Well, there you go! My maiden name is McIntosh so sometimes I’m still surprised by the fact that I AM a Booker. ;)

      Judging by the amount of merchandise and versions of the JSBB, I’d bet SLJ is at least a little bit aware of how much we love it. ;) My question for her is, was the 24 stories an “accident” or on purpose??! So genius.

      Thank you again for your post when you originally discovered this a few years back. We are all so grateful and I know many (including me!) are now passing this idea onto their friends and family to enjoy as well!

      Merry Christmas to you, too.
      Adriel xx
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  19. Jill King December 5, 2012 at 1:29 am #

    Thanks for this idea! We have been reading from the bible each night and adding an ornament to the tree that goes along with the reading. So far, we have Jesus, Son of God, Savior, and Emmanuel. I am wondering if the ornaments could be combined with the book.

    • Adriel Booker December 6, 2012 at 9:18 am #

      I haven’t looked into that Jill. I know several people who do a “Jesse tree” for advent. Surely there’s a way to combine the two! :)
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      • kd November 21, 2013 at 10:04 am #

        I just asked this same/similar question. Maybe a year later you have more insight?

  20. Beth December 5, 2012 at 1:46 pm #

    I’ve really been wanting to get my 2 year old “into” the Storybook Bible – It had still been a little old for him, he wouldn’t sit for long. When I saw this post I thought “what a GREAT idea”. I made an advent calendar with little pockets on it and printed out pictures from each of the stories (found them on google pics). I tied the pics with twine like scrolls and put them in the pockets on the calendar. Going to the chart and getting to unwrap a picture has really sparked my son’s interest (made it like a game). Today he was begging me all day long to read the “Bible Story” Thanks for posting!

    • Adriel Booker December 6, 2012 at 9:22 am #

      Beth, that’s such an awesome idea!! I really love it – so much more fun than just a note with writing on it. Very creative. I’m sure that will set a precedent now for your little one – no doubt he’ll get hooked on the JSBB. How could he not? That is just SO fun!!! And of course it’s SUCH a great book with amazing illustrations. Thanks for sharing your idea here. Hopefully others will read the comments and see it too.

      Also, I just clicked over to your website – WOW – I’ve never seen anything like those paintings before. I love them!! You are so creative!
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      • Beth December 7, 2012 at 5:16 am #

        Thank you! I have not been able to make any in awhile. Once baby #2 came along there was no more extra time. I would love to get back into it though. I just need to focus some energy on advertising (haha). I’d love to send you a pic of the advent calendar I made. I could not figure out if I could post one on here. ~ Beth

  21. Bethany December 5, 2012 at 2:07 pm #

    I need to get this children’s bible! Everyone keeps talking about it. Thanks for all the helpful links – we needed some more advent ideas!
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  22. Lisa Thakkar December 6, 2012 at 12:51 am #

    This is a great idea, I am so excited to get started! Do you know if there is a difference between the regular Jesus Storybook Bible and the Deluxe Edition? Is it the CD and DVD? Are they worth having? I just received the regular Bible from Amazon – so excited to start the Advent reading plan!

    • Adriel Booker January 3, 2013 at 2:31 pm #

      Hi Lisa! Sorry I’m just now responding to this. The holidays took me by storm this year. ;)

      I’m not sure of the differences actually. We have the CD but I honestly haven’t listened to it yet! The disk drive on my laptop is broken so I haven’t been able to download it into my itunes. Arg!

      Hope you had a beautiful Christmas! x
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  23. love December 6, 2012 at 8:08 am #

    thank you for sharing! we’ve been doing this and loving it! i shared and link to it on my blog today.
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  24. brianna December 6, 2012 at 11:54 pm #

    i am so so thankful i found this. i’ve been looking for the perfect advent activity and we have this bible at home… now time to play catch up! thank you!

  25. Alaina December 18, 2012 at 3:41 am #

    We love the Jesus the story book Bible! What a great advent reading plan. thank you for sharing!!
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  26. sally lloyd-jones November 10, 2013 at 2:35 am #

    hello–thanks so much Adriel. and everyone else for your wonderful comments.

    an interesting factoid: that thing about there being exactly the right number of stories to get you to Christmas day. Clever plan right? except it wasn’t. planned i mean. at least not by me (but that’s the best kind of writing really–when you follow clues and follow someone else’s Plan!) : )

    • Adriel November 13, 2013 at 9:25 pm #

      That’s so awesome Sally!! Well, I know there are hundreds of thousands of families in love with your work. How cool to know that many will also be using it deliberately over Christmas to help teach their children The Story. THANK YOU! You’re an inspiration. xo
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  27. Lori November 12, 2013 at 10:48 am #

    Thank you for sharing! We love The Jesus Storybook Bible. And love people who share their intentional ideas! The Lord inspired in me some Advents thoughts that turned into 11 conversations to have as a family. This will be our 2nd year doing it and I’m excited to see how the conversations are new each year — because Christmas, Jesus being born into our broken world, is new each year. The conversations are called This is How We Welcome. If you’re looking for something to help engage an active waiting and preparing for Jesus, I think you’ll be blessed by this. It’s a free download on environmentsofgrace.com

  28. Sharon November 13, 2013 at 5:28 pm #

    Hi Adriel-
    I found you via Google search for “Jesus Storybook Bible Advent”…first page! Kudos!
    My hubs and I and our four kids live in Malaysia (we’re Americans)…I wanted to leave a comment with a link for a Jesse-tree/Advent idea. The link is to a friend of mine’s blog who lives in China. I plan to take the 24 Jesus Storybook Bible stories and make little felt ornaments to coincide as part of the daily advent lead-up. In case you were interested, I thought I’d share the link! Blessings in your ministry and as you prepare for Advent! Thanks for the list of stories…I cry nearly every time with every story!

    http://brandonandapril.blogspot.com/2012/11/jesse-tree-advent.html

    • Adriel November 13, 2013 at 9:30 pm #

      Thanks Sharon. What a wonderful idea! :)

      I lived in Malaysia for a short time in 2000 – in Penang. LOVE. I was working with YWAM at the time and go back every possible chance I get. I absolutely fell in love with it!

      Blessings to you guys as you spend the holidays home but far from home. xx
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  29. Lisa November 14, 2013 at 1:46 pm #

    Well…..isn’t this a wonderful idea! I love it! We already read the first story, but I want to do this for Advent, but not sure I can wait. But, truely is a wonderful idea. Going to try and do it.

  30. becca November 27, 2013 at 2:19 am #

    The link for the printable ornaments arenot working for me. Can you help me get to it? Please.

  31. Heather December 1, 2013 at 1:27 pm #

    Thank you for putting this together! I have done a similar thing in years past, but I have never been this organized:) We love the Storybook Bible and look forward to counting down the days until Christmas!

  32. One Mom and a Blog December 3, 2013 at 5:19 am #

    Thank you so much for the reading plan!

  33. Kimberly January 11, 2014 at 2:16 pm #

    Just found this tonight, but I love it for next year!
    I made clay Jesse Tree ornaments using the Jesus Storybook Bible illustrations for inspiration a few years ago. Love how this all ties together!
    http://kimberlys-cup.blogspot.com/2009/12/jesse-tree-ornaments.html
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