Thursday, July 10, 2014

NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers {BookLook Review}

The NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers is absolutely perfect for children!  This Bible is amazing, eye catching and full of fun.  It really makes children want to read their Bible every day.

The NIrV Adventure Bible is written where children can easily understand what they are reading.  It's written in the New International Reader's Version which is similar to the New International Version (NIV) but easier to read.  This slight change in wording makes all the difference in comprehension for Youth.

This Bible features a 3-D cover showing a boy and girl heading on an Adventure.  The book itself is hardback and features the Adventure design from front to back of the cover.  It's a strong cover designed to withstand the touches of little hands.

The NIrV Adventure Bible is for children ages 6-10.  It's published by ZonderKidz, a division of Zondervan Publishing.  It features the complete word of the Bible throughout the text.

The Bible is full color throughout.  The verses, the titles, the topics all feature beautiful, eye-catching colors that draw children to the reading, making it fun!  Throughout the pages are Did You Knows, Words to Treasure, and other wonderful Biblical tidbits to expand what your child is learning and reading while diving into the Word.

There are also question and answer sections throughout the book.  This helps to ensure that your child is really learning their bible!  It also helps the child remember what they have read.  What a great asset for comprehension in reading!

The NIrV Adventure Bible is available in local bookstores or online for $31.99.  There are additional book activities and games available online at  Check it out today!

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