365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids: An If I Could Ask God Anything DevotionalKathryn SlatteryThomas Nelson / 2017 / Hardcover$6.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Dr JSKAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Book Review: 365 Bible Answers For Curious KidsJanuary 23, 2018Dr JSKAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5365 Bible Answers For Curious Kids, Written by Kathryn Slattery, published by Tommy Nelson (an imprint of Thomas Nelson Publishing), is a book designed to answer questions that might pass through the mind of its younger, more curious audience.
Children are full of questions, its inbred within their DNA to be curious, inquisitive, and seek to discover knowledge in regard to their surroundings. Sometimes their inquisitive nature can be taxing, but not when it comes to utilizing this wonderful publication.
Kathryn does an amazing job providing scripture-based responses to the common questions kids ask about God, faith, and religion. This book addresses the questions contained inside with accuracy, but in such a simplistic way that its intended audience can understand.
This book is perfect for helping young, inquisitive minds discover amazing wonders of scripture, thus it is a recommended purchase.
Dr. Jeff Krupinski
CherylProspect,KYAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Question a day for your childNovember 13, 2017CherylProspect,KYAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Kids are packed full of questions. While God call each of us to have the faith of a child, that faith doesn't come without questions. Starting with "Who Invented Time" and why Christians celebrate holidays, to "What is the difference between a Jew and a Gentile?" to questions about advent and Santa Claus, 365 Bible Answers for Curious Kids contains Biblical based answers to so many of those questions, one of every day of the year. A few are broad enough that they spill over into a couple of days but most of the questions are addressed through a brief scripture and Bible story, very brief prayer and then suggestions for further reading and where to turn if you want to know more.
While designed for children, as adults we have questions as well. The depth of answers provided in this children's edition are definitely designed to satisfy a child's curiosity but what a wonderful platform for parent and child to learn together and discover the Truths in God's Word. Slattery has come up with questions that I had never thought of. I absolutely loved the breadth of questions and wish I had a resource like this to use with my own child. The back of the edition contains an index of questions divided by topics such as Christianity, prayer, the Church, Famous Christians, and holidays just to name a few.
The only criticisms I have of this book is that the prayers are so very brief, almost what I would call arrow prayers and the colors and cover just didn't appeal to me, almost keeping me from picking up for review purposes. Aside from that, I think it fills a needed void in the area of children's devotional. It is unique and, again, came about 20 years too late for use with my own children but strongly recommended for children from three of four years of age and older.
I did receive this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest and review and was in no way obligated to write a positive one.
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