It's hard-bound and 334 pages long! Don't let that overwhelm you, though. The type is larger - I'm going to guess about 14 point type - and there are plenty, plenty of engaging but simple illustrations. The cover is pretty representative of what you get inside.
If I had to classify it, I'd say it is a small treasury of well-known Bible stories with a bit of commentary for smaller children. I would use this as a devotional to read aloud to a younger child. Children who can read on their own will be able to read almost all the words when they're at a second grade level or so. Cute stuff!
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