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Book Review and GIVEAWAY- "The Bible Explorers Guide"

The Bible Explorer’s Guide lets children come up close and personal with everyday life during Bible times through photos, maps, and illustrations illuminating, people, places, objects, and buildings of the Bible. What did Noah’s Ark really look like? Who was David and whom did he fight? How did 1st century citizens of Jerusalem live? Each two-page spread is filled with images that bring history alive and drawings that help bring life to people and places that we can only read about. With fascinating, brief text and full-color captivating images, this is a reference that kids will come back to again and again. A great addition to any home or school library.


My Review: Thank you Zondervan for sending me this book for free for an honest review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

Do you have kids who ask a lot of questions when reading in the Bible?   I do!  In fact, I think my son is a very visual learner so this book has become his favorite one right now to have me read.  He loves seeing pictures in this book to help him connect dots from the Bible stories we read.  It is one thing to read the stories but when you can visually connect the picture to the story it truly helps young minds understand things more fully.   I feel like my son has a better understanding of not only the evidence of facts related to the Bibe but also some of the artifacts as well.   Seeing the pictures of the Arc of the Covenant to looking at the size of the arc compared to football fields to even the maps.  I can just see my children understanding and enjoying the history lessons on each page.  

If you are looking to add something to your devotional life or your child's then look no further and pick this one up!   You will not be disappointed with all the great information each page contains!   

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Comments

Unknown said…
This Bible explorers guide will help me teach biblical truths to my students. I teach second graders at a private school.
Kari Barone said…
My oldest son loves Bible History! This book would allow my boys to learn more about the Living Word of God.
Nancy Bowers said…
My grandchildren would enjoy the amazing facts and photos and learn about the bible at the same time.
Anonymous said…
This guide will help me teach biblical truths to my niece.
shelly vandyne said…
This Guide is such a wonderful teaching tool and would help me teach my grandkids about the Bible.
Anita Mitchell said…
This Bible explorers guide will give me a visual for my grand children. Helping me teach them of God's truths.
kathy dalton said…
my son recently passed away and i want the grandchildren to know where uncle Pat is
Julie Waldron said…
I think it will help to understand things better.
It will help as a good resource and guide when studying the bible
aa said…
I love going beyond the page and helping kids do the same. This book would make that so much easier and more interactive.
LeAnn Harbert said…
The pictures will keep the kids interested.

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