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My Daughter is Starting to Read

Time to spotlight another Children's Bible!  From the bestselling Author, Tracy Harrast Pens, a colorful new learning bible helps new and young readers.  

This Spring brings the arrival of a new animated storybook Bible from bestselling author Tracy Harrast, which contains a learn-to-read aspect for children ages 4-7.  

Unique to this genre, MY LEARN TO READ BIBLE (Zonderkidz; $19.99; March 2013)incorporates the New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) of the Bible with the rebus method of teaching – a popular learning technique using special symbols in place of words to help children expand their vocabulary and acquire more confidence in their reading.
The book includes a glossary introducing 50 iconic Biblical images found in the text—such as an angel, a baby, a cross—and simple terms from everyday life like tree and bread.

My Review- Praise God!  Tonight we read the first chapter and my daughter was READING!  Not only did she read the pictures words but she was picking up on many site words.  I am so thrilled that this Bible has many chapters because we will be  practicing reading skills with this Bible.  

The rebus style of teaching reading is always a fun one for children.  Using pictures is always a fun way to help teach words.  I know my daughter was feeling very accomplished as she headed to bed this evening.  

If you have a son or daughter who is a beginner or new reader then this is the Bible for you.  This Bible sure is helping me, a parent, teach my child some basic reading skills but also focus on God's word.  AWESOME! 

The "My Learn to Read Bible" has over 100 Bible Stories that will leave your young reader learning about Jesus and learning to read.  


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