Monday, October 16, 2017

Review: The Awesome Coloring Book of Bible Comics by:Sandy Silverthorne

 The Awesome Coloring Book of Bible Comics
About the Book:
Bring the Bible's Most Exciting Stories to Life!

What could be better than a comic book filled with awesome Bible stories? How about a Bible comic book that you help create by adding color and captions? Sounds fun, right?

Follow the action-packed lives of God's greatest heroes and bring your crayons, colored pencils, or markers to the party when you add your own colorful touches to these amazing illustrations. Not only that, you'll be able to fill in your own quote bubbles and make these comics your very own!

Learn all about how
Noah escapes becoming fish food
God gets Pharaoh's attention with a righteous display of power
a young man leaves his family and finds big-time trouble
David goes head-to-head with a big bully and wins
Jesus is sentenced to death—but brings the world new life
As you read and color your way through these and several other stories, you'll discover that God has incredible adventures waiting for you in your own life when you choose to follow Him!

My Review:
 My 12 year old loves to draw and really any type of artwork he is usually the first one to step up to the plate and do it. He is very imaginative and creative. He is musically inclined, as well but that will be for another post. When I saw that I would get the chance to review this, I immediately thought of him. This is a book that is right up his alley.

 This is a tad different than your usual coloring book. It is set up comic book style and has some activity involved. There are 10 stories involved in this comic and there are several pages devoted to each. And along with each one there is a lot of fill in the blanks. So its an active Bible comic book. It has 80 pages in all. A great way to get some Jesus into my son and he gets to do his artwork. Nothing but a win-win for both.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author. All opinions are my own.

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