1. Bible Infographics for Kids, Volume 2: Light and Dark, Heroes and Villains, and Mind-Blowing Bible Facts
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    Bible Infographics for Kids, Volume 2: Light and Dark, Heroes and Villains, and Mind-Blowing Bible Facts
    Harvest House Publishers / 2019 / Hardcover
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    5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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  1. Age: 18-24
    Gender: Female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Love it!! Excellent resource
    August 12, 2019
    Vic
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: Female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    With Christian kid's books I'm never sure what to expect. Is it going to be biblically sound? Will there be weird unbiblical things that require further explanation? I'm always on the lookout for resources for my nephew and my own future family that will be sound and help develop a biblical basis for the children in my sphere of influence. So it's a delight when I find something that meets my criteria for a good children's book! The main things I look for are:

    -Is it biblically accurate?

    -Is it educational?

    -Is the artwork attractive?

    The first two are the most important, but I'm glad to have discovered Bible Infographics for Kids Volume 2 which answers all three questions positively.

    Right off the bat, I took note of a page on the Holy Trinity. I absolutely love it. So many parents struggle to relay such a mysterious, yet important doctrine to their children, but unfortunately fall into accidental heresy when they try to explain it. These two pages explain what the Trinity is (Equal, distinct, one) with scripture proofs while also explaining what the Trinity is not like (Water, the sun, a shamrock). It even shares a little bit of historical speculation that St. Nicholas punched Arius at the Council of Nicaea.

    There is also a page introducing kids to the union of the two natures of Christ. As with the rest of the infographic book, the page contains excellent explanations that are both accurate and clear enough for a child to understand.

    Note for those with certain convictions: there are pictures of Jesus.

    I was at first concerned by the cover that there would be a sort of dualism in the dichotomy of light and dark, but it doesn't take long after reading this book to discover it is thoroughly accurate, thoroughly biblical, and is very clear that God and Satan are not on equal ground.

    There's a lot of really great information in this Bible infographics book. It spans from biblical landmarks, to Bible heroes and villains, the kingdom of God compared to the empires of man, the wealth of Solomon and what he did with that wealth, the cycle of sin in the book of Judges, the rise of the early church to battles fought in scripture.

    I think my favourite thing about this is that it isn't just fun information, it's also useful information. While there are certainly fun things like a search and find picture for interactive learning and I'm sure kids will love to point at various animal pictures to compare them to the biblical behemoth or unicorn (rhinoceros), there is a lot to learn that will actually help them as they study the Bible. It does not shy away from sobering truths such as what happens when we die, including unbelievers. The book contains information on angels, demons, heaven, hell, and the new heavens and the new earth.

    The Bible Infographics for Kids (Volume 2) is a fabulous resource for kids as an aid to help children study the Bible. It's definitely something I would recommend for parents looking to teach their kids how to study scripture.

    Many thanks to Harvest Publishers for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for my fair and honest review.
  2. Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    AMAZING!
    May 26, 2019
    danni
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5


    I'm always on the look out for great biblical books for young kids. This book is the jackpot! I am beyond impressed with Harvest Kids for creating such a fun and exciting book for kids.

    Immediately, my 7 year old son was captured by the illustrations of the cover and decided it was necessary for him to read the book with me. This style of learning in regards to the Bible is genius given that the popularity of infographics and comic style books are sky-rocketing with younger readers.

    This volume focuses on opposites such as Good vs. Evil or Heroes vs. Villains. I love that throughout the book they utilize adult-ish words but explain them in very simple terms for young children to understand. Examples: 1) Dichotomy = fancy way of saying opposites; 2) Infographics = help see information using facts and visuals.

    The illustrations are amazingly impressive. There is absolutely no page in the book that is bland or boring. This includes the table of contents and the index. They even included different activities such as a search and find section.

    The middle of the book includes a large fold-out poster covering Angels vs. Demons and a plethora of facts on heaven, the new earth and the new heaven. So obviously they included very difficult, deep Biblical concepts but did a fabulous job at keeping it understandable.

    I appreciate that Harvest House Publishers maintained biblical theology throughout the book while presenting the information in a very easy and understandable way for young children and even new adult believers. Often times when presenting the Gospel to children, we tend to remove the seriousness, the depth, and even the truth itself in order to make it appealing. They succeeded in creating a book that presents the full truth of the Gospel in a way that children will enjoy and understand.

    I absolutely loved this book and will use it many times with my kids for continued fun learning of the Bible.

    This series does include a volume 1, which I have not read. But volume 2 sold me on purchasing volume 1 and I'm confident it's just as great as the second!

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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