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Book Review: NiRV Love Letters from God Holy Bible

Book Description:
What if a child could read his or her own personal mail from God? The NIrV Love Letters from God Bible will invite kids to do just that! This full-text Bible in the New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) is a perfect way to introduce children to God’s Word and his great love. With 80 love letters from God written especially for the reader, children will see Bible stories and themes come to life and learn just how much they are loved by their Creator.
Each love letter also contains a very special Bible verse, entitled God’s Wonderful Words to You. Much more than a mere memory verse, each carefully chosen promise will be God’s very own personal words of love, encouragement, and hope, and are highlighted in the text. The love letters will culminate in an invitation for the children to write their own RSVP to God.
Features include:
  • 80 personal love letters from God
  • Highlighted Wonderful Words—special verses to remember and cherish
  • 80 prompts encouraging children to write their own love letters to God
  • 8 full-color tip-in pages with additional content
  • The complete text of the New International Version (NIrV)

My Review:
I do enjoy the NiRV translation Bible for my kids and I so this is a great one to give to your developed readers, like 8 and above.  Beyond an awesome Bible with easy to understand translation I absolutely admire the section of love letters.   How awesome it is for kids to really connect with Daddy God and get them in a good habit to write Him back.   There are 80 different topics to help kids write a letter back after they have read a touching 80 letters just for them from God.   I really think these love letters will inspire and touch kids of all ages and God's Holy Spirit will probably time these letters just perfectly in kids lives.  

I really enjoyed that they highlighted some scriptures however I was very disappointed as the highlight is way to light.   I really had to do several double checks trying to find one and then realized they are in such a light blue hue that it is very hard for the eye to catch.  I know they didn't want it to bleed through the paper however I think many kids see their parents Bibles are highlighted so they probably would be excited that someone has highlighted some important scriptures for them.   I am considering go back through with a highlighter... or allowing my kids to do it when they find one! 

Thanks Zondervan for sending me this book for free in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% mine.  

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