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THUMB Coloring Book

Weave, 2015

Take your kids beyond the ordinary to the amazing spectrum of peoples and cultures in the world with the newly illustrated THUMB Coloring Book. Every fun drawing includes a caption with a cultural fact about each of 25 vibrant people groups in South America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Activities will engage kids ages 4-10 in learning about these unique groups and their need to hear the life-changing gospel message of Christ.

This coloring book is built on the THUMB acrostic – a fun, easy way to remember the major non-Christian belief systems found around the world. You can teach your kids to remember and pray for people with these beliefs by using this acrostic:

  • T is for Tribal
  • H is for Hindu
  • U is for Unreligious (or atheist)
  • M is for Muslim
  • B is for Buddhist

Includes important facts about other belief systems, focused prayer points, a world map indicating where each people group lives, and suggestions for using this book with your family or church class.

People groups represented: Tribal – Bhil, Esimbi, Hmong, Samburu, Yanomamo; Hindu – Bania, Dalit, Gujarati, Maratha, Rajput; Unreligious – Han, Japanese, Lao, North Korean, Subei; Muslim – Bedouin Arab, Fulani, Jambi, Madurese, Patna; Buddhist – Dai, Hmong, Khamba, Intha, Vietnamese.

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  1. I love this coloring book….especially with my preschooler! We color the pic and then spend time learning about that unreached people group and praying together. It can be a great interactive tool for young kids.

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