Wednesday, May 4, 2016

The Kids' Quest Study Bible by Zondervan is An Excellent Resource for Teaching Children About the Bible

If you're looking for a book that will get kids excited about studying the Bible, the Kids' Quest Study Bible is a valuable resource!

Book Features Include:

  • Over 500 questions and answers for kids
  • Book introductions help explain what each book of the Bible is about
  • A dictionary and subject guide help kids find what they’re looking for
  • Fresh, colorful design makes the Bible fun to look at and use
  • The complete NIrV translation, the steppingstone to the NIV!

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DIY Mom Book Review:

This is the New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) edition of the Bible. The Kids’ Quest Study Bible has been reprinted since 2005. This is a review of the 2016 edition.

When I saw that this book was available to read and review I was excited. I’m all about encouraging children to read, learn and strengthen their faith. There’s tons of information included in addition to your standard Bible passages. Children can browse through 500 answers to questions they might have about biblical scripture.

The answers are detailed explanations, located at the bottom of the page. They never talk down to children, yet are explained in terms that children can easily understand. There are also cute illustrations that go along with each boxed answer. Each answer has a coinciding Bible verse to research further.

The dictionary is thorough and comprehensive, which makes this an excellent resource for children to look up unfamiliar words. The topical index creates a quick way to easily find what you’re looking for.

This would make an excellent gift for children of all ages. The “Presented To” page at the beginning of the book makes it a lovely keepsake. Kids’ Quest Study Bible is definitely a book that children can grow up with. Parents and grandparents can use Kids’ Quest as a family time/bonding tool to read to even the smallest child. Sunday School and VBS teachers can certainly use this for lesson-planning purposes. This should also appeal to older children, who should have no problem reading this on their own.

5 of 5 Stars, Review by Susan Barton

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 

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