of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
GHarb5 Stars Out Of 5Beautiful BibleAugust 23, 2017GHarbQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I bought this Bible for a young lady 4 years old. It is small and just the right size for her. It is her first Bible and she LOVES it!! She wants to learn to read "right now" as she said so she can read her very own Bible. The Bible is beautiful. I am so, so very pleased with this purchase.
GHarb5 Stars Out Of 5Perfect Purple Pearl PrincessAugust 23, 2017GHarbQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I purchased this Bible as a first Bible for my young cousin, 6 years old. She loved the Bible and is so excited to get it!! It is much prettier in person than in the picture. I think it will be appropriate for her for several years.
BestLifeMistakeOld Bridge, NJAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5The ICB Princess Easy to Read for Kids!February 4, 2016BestLifeMistakeOld Bridge, NJAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This hardcover Bible was made for your little princess! The cover is decorated with purple, a tiara, glitter and 3-dimensional pearls. There are 24 full color pages inside designed to help with further study for your little girl.
But what makes this Bible different than other princess Bibles? This was the first time that I read the International Children's Bible version. I was really impressed with it for younger school aged children. It is written at a third grade reading level yet stays completely true to the meaning of the Word of God.
As a fifth grade teacher in a Christian School, I can see how difficult it is sometimes for students to read from the KJV and others. This ICB version may just be the solution to that problem!
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Book Look Blogger Program in exchange for an honest review.
InkBlotsbyTRD5 Stars Out Of 5Princess Bible, ICBFebruary 1, 2016InkBlotsbyTRDQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0The Princess Bible, ICB is the International Children's Bible (ICB) version of the Bible. The Princess Bible, ICB is bound in a hardcover decorated with glitter, foil, and faux pearl accents.
The decoration (foil/glitter/faux pearls) is only on the front cover of the Princess Bible, ICB. The 5 faux pearls (on the crown) are inlaid. The spine and back cover are only printed. The glitter seems to be well adhered - you aren't going to be finding glitter all over your house. This Bible also includes a ribbon bookmark.
Inside, there is a pretty presentation page backed with a page for the girl to fill in her family history. This is immediately followed by a "Why Should I Read the Bible?" page and a 4 page illustrated Bible time line. These items at the front of the Princess Bible, ICB are all in a section of coated, full-color pages.
Besides the front section, two inserts, and one section at the back, the rest of the Princess Bible, ICB is the plain, double column, black text (including the words of Christ) ICB version (1986, 1988, 1999, 2015) of the Bible. The print is larger than the standard print size you will find in most Bibles. There are a few lightly "highlighted" (gray background) verses throughout the text (verses from the "Key Verse Highlights" at the front of the Bible - 7 pages of topics & verse references) and some words in bold (defined in the Dictionary at the back of the Bible). After the Dictionary are two study tools, "Where Do I Find It?" and "What God Promises About...", but otherwise there are no special study notes and/or decorative accents.
The first "insert" of 4 coated, full-color pages contains the pages: "How Do I Know Jesus Loves Me?", "Bible Verses to Know", "My Favorite Bible Verses" (a lined page, for the Bible owner to fill in), and "Knowing Jesus Better". The second "insert" of 4 coated, full-color pages contains the pages: "How Do I Pray?", "How Do I Forgive?", "How Can I Let God's Love Shine Through Me?", and "How Do I Study the Bible?". After the Dictionary at the back of the Princess Bible, ICB, there is another section of coated, full-color pages containing the pages: "The Names of God", "The Miracles of Jesus", "The Disciples", "Kids in the Bible", and 4 maps ("Abraham's Journey", "The Desert Wanderings", "Jesus' Last Week in Jerusalem", and "Palestine in Jesus' Life").
Because of the simple and easy to read text of the International Children's Bible (ICB) version and the decorated cover and interior accent pages, I think the Princess Bible, ICB should definitely be considered for any little "princess" in your life.
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Honest2 Stars Out Of 5DisappontedOctober 31, 2014HonestI purchased the bible for my 7 year old for Christmas. It looked really good on line and you could read it. But when it arrived the Writing was so small, you would need a micro glass to read it. I called to exchange it and they will charge you for additional shipping. So, just be careful.