Monday, August 15, 2016

Review: Kids' Devotional Bible by:Zonderkidz

 NIrV Kids' Devotional Bible, Hardcover: Over 300 Devotions
About the Book:
Complete with a year’s worth of devotions, the Kids’ Devotional Bible, NIrV will help children develop a habit they’ll want to keep. Engaging weekday devotions, fun weekend activities, interesting illustrations, and a dictionary make this a Bible they’ll want to read and apply to their lives. It includes the complete New International Reader’s Version (NIrV)—the stepping stone to the NIV—making it easier for young readers to read and understand.

Features include:

Short weekday devotions that help young readers apply Bible lessons for a full year.
52 weekend devotions that teach kids about God’s creation through fun activities like visiting the      zoo and gazing at the stars.
“Got It” feature that encourages kids to find answers to Bible trivia themselves.
Book introductions that give helpful information about each book of the Bible.
A dictionary to look up words they want to know more about.
The complete NIrV text, which uses shorter sentences and easier words. Kids can read this Bible on their own!

My Review:
 I have written time and time again that it is definitely a good thing to buy your children a Bible. Especially after a few years you also need to update them. They shouldn't be 20 getting an update from their first tiny little New Testament that was bought for them as a tiny baby. So hear we are again reviewing another good solid teaching devotional Bible published by Zonderkidz, a division of Zondervan.

 This is a great Bible to begin teaching your child all about Bible study and show them all that can be learned from it. Every page or every other page has a small devotional dedicated to the scripture listed in it. It also goes n to give a tiny Bible lesson explaining what can be learned in the scripture it outlines. The part I love the best about each devotional excerpt is the footnote at the end where it states where further study can be found. It teaches our children how o use their Bible to their advantage. Because the Bible isn't just for reading it is for studying, learning and applying.

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

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