These books are small enough to hold as you read with your child. They are questions from actual children from various ages, and from all around the world. The questions they ask are cute, and catagorised by each volume. My favorite part are the answers to the childrens' questions. First the author gives a verse to read in the bible relating to the question. Then he explains the answer to each question in a well informed way for any child to understand. Finally he always points out, to the child asking the question, the importance of receiving Jesus as Lord and Savior of their lives.
I ordered this book for my 8 year old. It successfully answered questions for him about salvation. Something we did not expect, however, is the answers to questions we never thought of until we read the book, like what God thinks about killing in the midst of war. The answers are so clearly and simply written for young children.
The Answers Book for Kids Volume 3: 22 Questions from Kids on God and the Bible and Volume 4: 22 Questions from Kids on Sin, Salvation and the Christian Life by Ken Ham are great resources for helping your children try and understand some of the big questions they having rolling around in their minds. Thses books are great at helping guide the child to find out those "Why" questions and to dig deeper into the Bible. Each page has a question from a child, a response and extra scriptures that you can use to learn even more of what God's word says about the question. Some of the questions are, "Who made God?, How big is God?, Why does God let the bad guys win sometimes?, How does God get His power? Where does He get it from?" This was also a great resource for me, as a parent, on my journey of faith and wrestling through some of the more difficult questions of life. I really enjoyed the pictures used on each page. They were creatively put together to help match the question asked. I have not yet read Volumes 1 and 2 but I am sure they were done with the same quality and accuracy as Volumes 3 and 4. I would definitely recommend having these in your home library, town library and/or church library.