This is in no way a children's Bible. It's basically a large print Bible with a few color pictures thrown in and their typical "study helps" common at the end of all their Bibles: Harmony of the Gospels,
Miracles of the Old Testament
Miracles of the New Testament
Parables of the Old Testament
Old Testament Prophecies of the Passion
Parables of the New Testament There is no subject headings here. How in the world is a child to grasp the topic and content they are reading without any type of subject aid? ( As an adult I enjoy and derive much benefit from subheadings.) Please look around before choosing this one. Again, it's basically a hardback large print Bible with 24 color illustrations. I guess that constitutes a children's Bible.
While my daughter loves the pictures, I would not recommend this because it is not easily divided into verses and is difficult to use. Several verses are grouped together instead of individually. I will probably have to get her a new Bible soon.
The text is KJV (a plus for me), not changed, not flooded with drawings. It's definitely for a child that doesn't want to carry a baby's bible.
Nice size. The only problem I have is the font set up. The text seems crammed to paragraphs and the verses are not labeled clearly (numbered). A little rough on the eyes. Takes a little time to get used to. Will keep it and continue to look for a better book. It's a great start but would not consider it to be "the" bible for my child.