Book Review: The Adventure Bible: Book of Daring Deeds and Epic Creations

Begin your adventure here! The Adventure Bible Book of Daring Deeds and Epic Creations: 60 Ultimate Try-Something-New, Explore-the-World Activities contains lessons on knot tying, writing coded letters, building tree swings, and more, perfect for kids ages 8 and up. Boys and girls will love this interactive book filled with step-by-step guides and fun, full-color illustrations, and parents will enjoy the key verses and biblical takeaways that make this the perfect companion to the NIV Adventure Bible, the #1 Bible for kids. From easy, do-it-yourself crafts to fun outdoor activities, this book will show kids how to find adventure indoors and out.
Adventures include:
  • Top-secret coded letters
  • Geocaching fun
  • Identifying animal tracks
  • Camping like a pro
  • Learning sign language
  • Bible arts and crafts
  • And more!

My Review:
Oh me, oh my, this is a must-have book for any mom who loves to do crafts and projects!   It truly is the perfect book to have for summer vacation, especially when your kid says, "I'm bored!"   This book has 60 different ideas in it to keep your kids entertained and learning.  Along with each creation or deed, there are scriptures that correlate with the project! It is a book that is so unique and that is why I really think you and your kids need it!  

Some projects you will need supplies while others you probably already have lying around your house.   The kids will be so thankful everytime you pull the book out to pick something new to do.   

There were a few things that I have done already but my kids won't complain when we do them again.  There are some activities that you can do in the house which is perfect for any rainy summer days.   Many are also outdoor activities!  

I think this book is great for your school-aged kids and would be a great addition to an Easter basket or birthday present... or maybe even the first day of summer vacation!  

I like that each project has great directions and pictures... I'm a visual learner so that is always important to me.  :) 

Thank you, Zondervan for sending me this book for free in exchange for an honest review.  I wasn't paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% my own.