My First 123 Book of Bible Numbers

Jonathan Gibson
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Coming Soon. Releases February 10, 2025


Introduce preschoolers to numbers found in Scripture with My First 123 Book of Bible Numbers.

Jonathan Gibson helps toddlers and preschoolers learn basic Bible facts along with their 1-2-3s. Each number from 1 to 12 has a bright and engaging page spread featuring a simple number fact and illustrations designed to help children practice their counting through finding the number throughout each page.

Parents, grandparents, and caregivers will love to use this book to teach the littlest ones Bible numbers in a fun, easy-to-remember way. By committing these big truths to their little hearts and minds, toddlers and preschoolers will be able to ground their young faith in God’s Word, which will guide them in the years to come. Children will learn about the writers of the Gospels, the days of creation, the fruit of the Spirit, and more.

My First 123 Book of Bible Numbers is the second book in the Big Truths for Little Minds series, which introduces children ages 3–5 to basic concepts of the Christian faith.

  • Toddler- and preschool-friendly introduction to the numbers found throughout the Bible.
  • Questions prompt children to find each number throughout each illustration.
  • Captivating illustrations by Michael Mullan will attract and hold the attention of young children as they learn to count.
  • Written by a seminary professor and father of four.


Jonathan Gibson, PhD, is ordained in the International Presbyterian Church (UK) and serves as Associate Professor of Old Testament, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia. He is the author of The Moon Is Always Round and the Big Truths for Little Minds series and coauthor of the Acrostic Theology for Kids series. He is married to Jackie, and they have four children.


Michael Mullan is an artist and illustrator specializing in bold design, hand lettering, and whimsical maps. Michael grew up in the Chicago suburbs. He studied graphic design and earned an MFA in illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design. He lives and works from his home studio in Vermont. When he’s not creating art, he enjoys hiking, running trails, and being outdoors. He is the illustrator of the Big Truths for Little Minds series.

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