Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Review: The Adventure Bible: A Book of Daring Deeds and Epic Creations by:Zondervan

 The Adventure Bible Book of Daring Deeds and Epic Creations: 60 ultimate try-something-new, explore-the-world activities
About the Book:
Begin your adventure here! The Adventure Bible Book of Daring Deeds and Epic Creations: 60 Ultimate Try-Something-New, Explore-the-World Activities contains lessons on knot tying, writing coded letters, building tree swings, and more, perfect for kids ages 8 and up. Boys and girls will love this interactive book filled with step-by-step guides and fun, full-color illustrations, and parents will enjoy the key verses and biblical takeaways that make this the perfect companion to the NIV Adventure Bible, the #1 Bible for kids. From easy, do-it-yourself crafts to fun outdoor activities, this book will show kids how to find adventure indoors and out.

My Review:
 I would have to say that this sweet little book is 100 percent kid friendly. There is so much more to the items contained in the book. Its not just crafts or just recipes it is a mixture of things for adventurous kids to enjoy. We home-school so this book will definitely become a staple in our home. As most of you know, my boys are always bored so this is a book that they will reference quite a bit, especially with summer approaching.

 My oldest child, my daughter also has a class at our church for young girls and i know this book would come in handy for them, as well. The book offers you crafts, easy recipes, and various kid friendly games. Your child can make a bird feeder out of a milk carton. They can play bottle bowling or make some trail mix. With 60 different ideas this book can take the boredom out of summer vacation in no time.

 Most if not all of the creative ideas in the book require little to no prep time and you can actually use household items to accomplish things. It was a fun book to look through and discover!

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