H.A.P. Books

Honeycomb Adventures Press, LLC Books

Bible storybooks for families with children age 4-12 or Christian education

The First Christmas

The First Christmas, by Janice D. Green, illustrated by Violet Vandor,  tells the account of the birth of Jesus Christ. Adults and children alike will enjoy snuggling up to share these thirteen colorful scenes and the engaging discussion questions as this timeless story unfolds. Even older readers may be surprised to learn something new as they read again of the Messiah’s birth.

Order online: The First Christmas
Mail order: Honeycomb Adventures Press book order form

Paperback, 32 pages
Ask for it at your local bookstore or order here.
ISBN 978-0-9836808-2-6

The Creation

The Creation presents the day-by-day Genesis account with delightful word pictures and colorful hand-appliquéd quilt illustrations. Questions included on each page encourage dialog between children and their caregivers. Through one-on-one snuggle time, children gain interest in the Bible, as caregivers embrace the opportunity to share their faith.

Order online: The Creation
Mail order: Honeycomb Adventures Press book order form

Hardcover, 24 pages
Ask for it at your local bookstore or order here.
ISBN 978-0-9836808-0-2


The Creation is also available as an eBook at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/68107 There are several digital versions available. My iPhone uses the “epub” file. It may be a while before The Creation shows up in the various places like iTunes and Amazon.

Bible quilt coloring pages

Downloadable coloring pages have been created specifically for creating crayon-colored Bible quilts, wall hangings or other projects.

Click here to order a PDF downloadable copy of The Creation – Bible quilt coloring pages.

Click here to order a PDF downloadable copy of The First Christmas – Bible quilt coloring pages.

Mail order: Honeycomb Adventures Press book order form 


Coloring pages to make quilt blocks of the The First Christmas.


Coloring pages to make quilt blocks of the Genesis account of creation.


H.A.P. Books — 2 Comments

  1. Okay, so I have looked through your website a bit and see you are actively courting an artist or two. What if you could get one or more of your completed quilts copied onto yardage? Then you could sell the yardage as a panel fabric. People could cut and sew your blocks as they pleased. There could be matching border material or we could find our own. I like your philosophy of non cutesy artwork. I guess the big hurdle is getting fabric printed. I know nothing about it but maybe you could get a small manufacturer to print a couple bolts for you when enough money comes in. Then you could sell it to us. :)

    • I love how you think, and I would love to make this happen. But I’m not the artist, and my resources are too limited to commission such a project. Sometimes life itself gets in the way of our dreams.

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