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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
|Publication Date: 2013|
Kids ages eight to eleven will love these thoroughly up-to-date retellings of stories from the Bible. Each one highlights an important aspect of God's nature, including
- God is my defender and protector (Daniel in the lions' den).
- God is the best listener (Hannah's prayer).
- God wants to know me personally (Jesus and Zacchaeus).
With delightful cartoon drawings on nearly every page and a brief application after each story, this collection is perfect for young readers to enjoy on their own or with adults by their side.
samcivyEugene, ORAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A Modern Account of God's Attributes for YoungsterNovember 10, 2013samcivyEugene, ORAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Nineteen important attributes of God are illustrated using events in the lives of Bible characters. Each story begins with a Bible verse and ends with a personal note to readers, emphasizing the relevance of each tale. The stories will guide young people to understand and trust God's relationship with them.
Alisha Braatz' language is fresh, in a tone that will resonate with today's youngsters. This author adds details that make the story alive for readers and that suggest occasional humor.
The whimsical drawings by Silverthorne are sometimes a bit difficult to understand, but match the tone of the book.
This book can be a valuable gift to young friends and family members, to help them believe in and relate to God's greatness and goodness.