07 October 2016

The Beginner's Bible, King James Version (KJV)

The Beginner's Bible (KJV) is touted as a child's first "real Bible" and marketed for ages 6-10.  It has pleasant illustrations throughout very similar to the cover you see here.  But aside from the introductory paragraphs added to each book, this is the same King James Version you remember with the words of Christ in red.

What I love about it is that it has large print, but is still quite compact.  It has a hard cover and the illustrations are spaced throughout the book instead of in one clumpy section.  Don't you just hate when books do that? 

I'd have to say that personally, this would be an excellent Bible for all ages as aside from a few illustrations which don't detract from the text at all, it's just the KJV.  In fact, I'm keeping this Bible for myself and my personal study time.  I'm getting to the age where the large print is very helpful, but most large-print Bibles are these huge and unwieldy texts with so many (often biased) notes.  You avoid all that with this one. 

TL;DR:  Highly recommended.

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