Thursday, August 25, 2011

Kids' Bible Handbook: A Review

Title: Kids' Bible Handbook
By Tracy M. Summer
Barbour Publishing Inc.

My Thoughts: This is a valuable resource for all parents and Christian educators. Beautifully illustrated and jam packed full of all kinds of valuable, relevant information this informative book goes through each chapter of the bible. The Kid's Bible Handbook is aimed at Children aged between 8-12yrs of age. The stories are captivating and every adults can benefit from this book. This Handbook covers topics and questions like , why there are 66 Books in the bible, some of the stories it covers are: Adam and Eve and the Garden of Eden, Noah's Ark and Joseph and his technicolour dreamcoat. Also included are memory verses (Power Words) for your child to remember.

From Genesis (“In the beginning”) to Revelation (The final “Amen”), the Kids’ Bible Handbook is a great resource will provide your entire family with entertaining, informative and educational reading experience. A perfect addition to a Home School Library. If you desire for your children to understand the Bible, enjoy reading and understand why it is so important to read it this is the book for you! 

Five Stars

Publisher's Synopsis: Help your kids understand scripture’s big picture with Kids’ Bible Handbook. This fully-illustrated guide for 8-to-12-year-olds provides age-appropriate, faith-building details on the greatest Book of all! Featuring a Genesis through Revelation tour, Kids’ Bible Handbookbreaks the 66 books down into memorable segments: “In the Beginning” (Genesis through Deuteronomy), “His Story and Their Story” (Joshua through Esther), “Wise Words to Live By” (Job through Song of Solomon), and so on. “How Did We Get This Book, Anyway?” describes the Bible’s history, while kid-friendly sidebars feature important verses, places, and applications. Intriguing trivia adds to the fun, and it’s all wrapped up in a bright, colorful package that kids will love.

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received a copy of this title for review purposes, free of charge, from  NetGalley. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. This Review is my honest opinion.