Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Review: Bake Through the Bible by:Bentley-Taylor/Moore

Bake Through the Bible: 20 Fun Cooking Activities to Explore the Bible Story with Young Children
About the Book:
This book contains 20 Bible stories, told in a simple, engaging style, that take your child through the whole storyline of the Bible. Each story is supported by a cooking activity that reinforces the main teaching, along with questions to discuss while cooking, and a simple recap to use when enjoying what they’ve cooked.

Cooking activities include:
- Sparkly promise cookies to remember God’s wonderful promises to Abraham
- Happy crepe faces in response to God’s promise to send His Rescuer and Forever-King
- Spiral tuna wraps for a picnic that links with Jesus’ miracle of feeding thousands
- An empty bread tomb with Easter dips to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection

My Review: 
 Bake Through The Bible is very much set up like many cookbooks you see. But unlike all the cookbooks on the market today this one has oh so much more to offer. Each recipe centers around Biblical scripture. The authors have listed the verses and then expanded on them by explaining in further detail the synopsis of the Bible story possibly to make it more understandable for children. The recipe is included with intricate steps follwing each command of what to do next. There are also prayers with each of the recipes and the connection between the Bible story and the recipe itself.

 The pictures included in the book of the finished products are mouth watering. This is an excellent book to use as a Bible study in your home or for teaching a Sunday school class. Can't wait to see more from these authors. My family loves the book!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Cross Focused Reviews.

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