Thursday, August 13, 2015

Review: NIV Bible for Teen Girls by:Zondervan

About the Book:
The NIV Bible for Teen Girls, designed specifically for girls ages 13 to 18, is for real teenage girls with real lives. Packed with daily readings, highlighted promises of God, challenging insights, smart advice, and open discussion about the realities of life, this Bible is designed to help teen girls grow in faith, hope, and love.

The NIV Bible for Teen Girls is as sincere about your walk with God as you are, helping you discover his will for all areas of your life, including relating to your family, dealing with friends, work, sports, guys, and so much more.

Features include:

Daily readings for teen girls by popular Christian female authors Character profiles of women in the Bible Book introductions for each book of the Bible Highlighted promises of God: verses worth remembering A concordance for help in finding verses The complete text of the bestselling New International Version (NIV) of the Bible 

My Review:
 Having a new Bible gets me so excited. I just love a new Bible it is so much fun to look through and explore. Of course I know what it already contains so that one is not a shocker, but each Bible is unique in the fact that it may contain fun little diddy's to dig into. This Bible that is specifically geared towards teen girls has lots of fun things such as daily readings from different religious mentors, and a concordance. My favorite thing in this Bible is the info page at the beginning of each book that describes when the book was actually, characters in this particular book, a significant verse contained therein and what it is all about.

 These introduction summary pages are great to have because it gives you a little bit of the background behind each book. And I'm nosy so I love to know these things. NIV Bible for Teen Girls has 1728 pages and has muted colors of pale green and pink and is completely relevant to the young girls of today.

**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review through my participation on the Z Blog Squad.

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