Just down the street on Annagasse is a store called the Antiquariat Löcker. A couple years ago, I stopped by, browsed the religion section (where I usually look), and noticed a large red book in English, The Child's Bible: Being a Consecutive Arrangement of the Narrative and Other Portions of Holy Scripture (London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., 1883), "with upwards of 200 original illustrations". Although a heavy addition to my luggage, I couldn't resist the topic, the pretty cover, and the heartwarming inscription from a long-ago family somewhere.
For a child's Bible, it's huge! Here's a picture of it, with a CD in comparison. Don't let your kid drop the book on a foot or a pet….
The book has a lot of content, with nearly 250 different Bible stories or other kinds of passages that children can learn. I did have to look up several. I can't imagine many of us adults being familiar with so many passages. What a interesting way to learn and test yourself on some basic Bible content!