Book Review: "Bible Gems to Remember" Devotions for kids

About the Book:
Enhanced with beautiful gemstone photographs throughout, Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids gives readers 52 devotions—one for each week of the year—to read, reflect upon, and put into practice. By the end of the year, children will have learned more than 52 easy-to-memorize Scripture verses!
Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids, written by Robin Schmitt, shows how God can accomplish amazing things with just a few words. Scripture is filled with “gemstones”—concise statements of five words or less that hold great value, meaning, and power. This photo-driven devotional includes 52 of these special Bible gems to memorize as well as additional gems to ponder at the end of the devotion.
Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids:
  • Includes 52 devotions, one for each week of the year, enhanced with beautiful gemstone photos that encourage children to memorize Scripture
  • Is creatively based on Scripture “gemstones” that are concise statements of five words or less that hold great value, meaning, and power
  • Features a gorgeous cover that sparkles and shines

My Review:  I love this little devotional because the as my kids get older we can start to get more books with less pictures.   This devotional is great for those preteen, tween ages.   It is easy to read and the lessons within are easy to apply and relevant for that generation! The gems just like the illustrated Bible have short memory verses.   
We also love the variety of gems and rocks that they used in this devotional.  They are pretty and eye catching even though the pages are less visual then the Illustrated "Gems to Remember."  I love that my family has both this and the "Bible Gems to Remember Illustrated Bible"   I already wrote that review so check it out!   
What I really like besides the easy to memorize gems of scripture verses, I like that each easy to read story does make you stop and reflect and think.   If my can teach my children to slow down and listen to the Father above then I'm doing my job!   

Thank you Zondervan for sending me this book for free in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this and all opinions expressed are my own!