Bible Infographics for Kids: Giants, Ninja Skills, a Talking Donkey, and What's the Deal with the TabernacleHarvest House Publishers / 2018 / Hardcover$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 12 Reviews
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sarina5 Stars Out Of 5Bible InfographicsJuly 3, 2019sarinaMy 8 year old son loves this book! Interesting information in a very fun way. Would highly recommend.
Cfnapier085 Stars Out Of 5Very interesting & full of information!June 27, 2019Cfnapier08Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I bought this for my 6.5 & 8.5 year old sons, but I have found it interesting to look at for myself! I have been pleasantly surprised at the amount of Bible facts it contains. It's a ton of information to digest, but the pictures make it so fun and interesting! I have not encountered another book like this. Highly recommend!
Oz5 Stars Out Of 5GreatJune 27, 2019OzMy boys and I love this book. Helps them to better understand certain things in the bible.
Mrs Reeder5 Stars Out Of 5Kids love this bookJanuary 19, 2019Mrs ReederQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Quick fun filled facts about the most loved Bible stories. Bright pictures and fun format, my kids loved this book
Lauren DuPrez5 Stars Out Of 5For Kids and Kids At HeartAugust 15, 2018Lauren DuPrezQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5When I saw Harvest House announce via Instagram that they were taking sign-ups for the launch team of their book Bible Infographics for Kids, I jumped at the opportunity to participate. Since I have a two-year-old and a baby on the way, I get very excited when I learn about books that are designed to help children understand and love God's word. Once I received an email stating that I had been selected to be on the launch team I couldn't wait to receive my book - I'm a sucker for great graphics and solid theology. My excitement grew upon receiving my copy of the book simply by reading the premise on the back cover which states, "The Bible is far from boring." I wanted to shout a hearty, "Yes!" in agreement. One of the first things I really came to appreciate about this book is that while the target audience is children, it's not exclusively for children. I love that Bible Infographics for Kids provides information from both the Old and New Testaments it seems to help provide a broad overview of the Bible as a whole and how it all works together. Although I'm not a kid, I thoroughly enjoyed reading each section of the book and learned many new things I hadn't previously known. One such tidbit can be found on page 33 in the section about Jesus's Family Tree. It states, "Jesus's LEGAL right to David's throne, which can come only from the father's lineage is fulfilled through Joseph" and "Jesus fulfills His PHYSICAL right to David's throne through Mary." Prior to reading this, I didn't know that Jesus also had lineage through Mary. Another section I really enjoyed was the one on the book of Daniel (pg. 28-29) which contrasts those who humble themselves vs. those whom God humbles. Overall, I really enjoyed Bible Infographics for Kids and believe you will too! Along with the serious facts, there were some silly ones that were still just as interesting to learn about.
I received Bible Infographics for Kids compliments of Harvest House in exchange for my honest review.