Disclosure: I received a copy of My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word 52 Bible Stories for Kids in exchange for my honest review. This post contains affiliate links.
As you may know by now, I am practically obsessed with children bible books. The newest one, My Bible Adventure from Thomas Nelson Kids is a must for parents of children ages 8 and older. About The Book
Travel through God’s Word all year long! The greatest stories in the Bible come alive for kids in My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word. Watch your children develop a relationship with God while reading amazing stories of faith.
Written by pastors, children’s ministers, and leaders who have a heart for helping children become lifelong believers, My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word is a perfect tool for introducing your children to weekly devotions. Cute art and simple storytelling naturally lend themselves to early readers who are starting to read on their own. With tangible takeaways and prayers at the end of every Bible adventure, your children or grandchildren will grow in their faith as they read My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word.
Help your child engage his or her faith in new, meaningful ways through the wisdom and insight in My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word. By starting the habit of studying the Bible at a young age, your young believer is signing up for the adventure of a lifetime!
My Bible Adventure Through God’s Word 52 Bible Stories For Kids is a good supplemental bible story to read to children weekly. This book features 52 weekly short stories that pertain to everyday life, a short adventure, and a prayer.
This storybook comes in my favorite hardcover backing and looks absolutely beautiful. Each page, including the cover, is filled with gorgeous illustrations that go along with each weekly bible story. Inside this book is also a ribbon to serve as a bookmark, so you can mark your place weekly.
While I love many things about this storybook, there are a few things that kind of stray me from this book. For instance, these stories are so short that I feel like many key points in the bible story are left out. And then in the adventure part of the story, the book almost re-tells the story that you just read, which makes it almost pointless.
The one part of this book that I did like and would probably recommend this book for just that is the weekly prayer. These prayers are so short that my 6-year old can read and recite them without any help. For kids, sometimes they get overly active during prayers, so this book does great with kid-prayers. While
While there are many points I did not like in this book, I do think it is a good book for children in addition to others. If you would like to learn more about My Bible Adventures or purchase it, check out this link: http://amzn.to/2qd58C1