At the school where I am principal, I would like to get classroom sets of Bibles for the k-3 students, who currently don’t have them. It seems that there should be four considerations:
Catholicity (I’ve seen one or two which overtly describe the Lord’s Supper as merely symbolic. Others depict the Protestant 10 commandments, though this point would be secondary to a good treatment of the rest of Scripture).
Comprehensiveness - I’d like a good selection of stories, especially for the older kids (k-1 could get by with a more general overview)
Readability - in k-1 the teacher might just read the stories and show illustrations (rather than a class set), but in 2-3 I’d like something the kids could read or at least read along with.
Ilustrations - Not the top priority, but important, I think, for making the stories more concrete at this age.
Any good suggestions (or warnings) from kids Bibles you have at your homes/schools?