15 September 2016
Definitely a "Boy" Bible
I thought it looked like a pretty great book, but I had no idea I'd be so excited about it and cherish it as much as I do when I chose it. I love it! I'm so glad I got it for Woodjie. He is enjoying it as well. He has a lot of trouble understanding what he reads, so this is very helpful.
In theory, one goes through the devotions based on the day of the week. Every Tuesday passage, I can tell you, features a picture of art supplies. (We happen to go to art class every Tuesday so that's easy to remember.) Each book of the Bible has a brief introduction and it does contain a short dictionary also.
I'd recommend this Bible for those considering a Bible for a child who has just learned to read reasonably fluently. The cover and illustrations do lend themselves more toward the "boy" market, however.
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