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  1. says:

    This Bible Study book is just what it says its 101 stories taken from the Bible and told in a fun way your child can understand Each story is two pages long It starts out with a What’s up section telling a bit about the story; then an Action Adventure giving the scripture and the Bible story; there is a Key Verse for each story; a Cartoon of the story and a Now What to give a Bible application of the story to go with our everyday lives And the Bible referenced are from the New Living Translation an easier version for your child to read and understandThis would be a fun study tool for any older child or tween The front cover and the layout of the pages will capture the attention of readers this age making them curious enough to want to check it out Being two pages makes it a fast and easy read though it is interesting enough and with the information given a young reader can study deeper than just what is in the book I highly recommend this study for your child It will be a wonderful way to have them study God’s Word without feeling overwhelmed because of the simplicity and shortness of it And it is truly a high energy action packed adventure filled bookI was provided a copy of this Bible Story Book by Tyndale House Publishers I was not reuired or expected to write a positive review of this product The review is my opinions only


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    101 Bible Adventures is a bit different than what I expected but I don't guess that's a bad thing I thought there to be adventures with the devotionalschallenges of some sort There's not challenges but they are still great devotionals for childrenEach story starts out with a What's Up section which gives you a peek at what or who the story is about There's a Key Verse section which isn't necessarily from that story's reading but in some way connects to it Then there's the story It tells you where it came frombook chapters verses and then gives you a summary of what happened There's a small black and white picturekind of comic book style but only one picture that goes along with each story Finally there's a Now What section It tells you what you should have gotten out of the reading and has some uestionsOverall I like it It's a simple uick straight forward kind of devotional It's on it's way to one of my nephews and I think he will enjoy it I was provided a review copy from Tyndale in exchange for my honest opinion


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    If you are looking for a fast paced easy to read Bible devotional for your kids Each devotion consists of two pages; page one has a What's Up area that is a few sentences that give a little history providing background and context The majority of both pages are a story of the scriptures of that section There is also little cartoon on the second page along with a Now What? section which is sort of an how to apply this to your life today area Each chapter also has a key verseSome of the 101 Scriptures covered areGod Makes a World Genesis 1; 23Angels All Around Genesis 2810 22The Burning Bush Exodus 31 18; 41 16 21 23Deborah Goes to War Judges4Kindness in Action 2 Samuel The Writing on the Wall Daniel 5Amazing Faith Luke 71 10Death of a Savior Matthew 2727 66The Final Battle Revelation 19Recommendation for families with young children I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tyndale Blog Network in exchange for this review All thoughts are my own and I was not reuired to write a positive review


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    This is not only a great teaching tool but an interesting book for ages 8 12 years It has well known Bible stories presented in a way that will be easily understandable for children It uses the New Living Translation Each chapter has an overview the verses and something to think about after the verses The illustrations are adorable It could be used as a great introduction tool to get children in the habit of reading the Bible daily or nightly


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    This book is full of Bible stories such as when God caused the flood the miracle of feeding five thousand people and the Last Supper You are actually reading from the Bible although it doesn't seem like it There are no verse numbers I think this is good for kids it makes it flow like a story The pages of this book look like a cartoony old journal The translation used for the Bible is the New Living TranslationEach story has the followingWhat's Up this is a summary of what Bible story is being readAction Adventure the Bible story it has the chapter reference at the beginning so you know where it's fromKey Verse a Bible verse that relates to the storyCartoon a visual of what the story is aboutNow What? this explains how the story relates to us and what we can do with itI think any kid would like this book They will learn the truth of the Bible as it is told in story form It's not just reading black and white pages which can be hard for children to enjoy The pages have varying shades of brown and blue This makes it interesting for the eye to read I would recommend this book for any parent to buy for their child It is a fun way to learn about the BibleComing from a kidAfter I wrote my review I asked my 10 year old daughter to read one story and gave me her thoughts She said the cartoon is scary the people look freaky The blue print in What's up? is hard to read She said she liked how What's Up? tells you about the story before you read the full story She liked that there are no small numbers the verse numbers in the story they are annoying She said it's a good size print to read She thinks she could read this book everydayI received a free copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishers for my honest review


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    I won a copy of this book in a goodreadscom First Reads Giveaway and I am reading it with my children As there are 101 devotions in the book and we're reading one a night intersperced with a different devotion book I thougth I would get my thoughts down before finishing the book I think this is a good devotion book though for older children My boys are almost 9 and I would say they are on the lower end of the ages this would be appropriate for The readings are mostly straight scripture which is overall a good thing but I think that some kids will find it harder to grasp the lessons than they would with a book that incorporated both scripture and an illustrative storyWe've only read a couple of these so far and I'll update this review as we read


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    First Reads WonThis is a good devotional for children to read with their parents It has thoughts that youths and adults can relate to The sections of scripture were long enough to be put into context and tell a whole story while being short enough that attention wouldn't depart The key verses highlighted are also good for memorization


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101 Bible Adventures

Read Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Å Carolyn Larsen

01 favorite adventure filled stories from the New Living Translation and puts them into one amazing book Each Bible story has a brief overview so kids can ge. This is not only a great teaching tool but an interesting book for ages 8 12 years It has well known Bible stories presented in a way that will be easily understandable for children It uses the New Living Translation Each chapter has an overview the verses and something to think about after the verses The illustrations are adorable It could be used as a great introduction tool to get children in the habit of reading the Bible daily or nightly

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T a bird's eye view of the story a key verse that sums up its meaning and a Read and Learn application section that challenges kids to make their faith activ. This book is full of Bible stories such as when God caused the flood the miracle of feeding five thousand people and the Last Supper You are actually reading from the Bible although it doesn't seem like it There are no verse numbers I think this is good for kids it makes it flow like a story The pages of this book look like a cartoony old journal The translation used for the Bible is the New Living TranslationEach story has the followingWhat's Up this is a summary of what Bible story is being readAction Adventure the Bible story it has the chapter reference at the beginning so you know where it's fromKey Verse a Bible verse that relates to the storyCartoon a visual of what the story is aboutNow What this explains how the story relates to us and what we can do with itI think any kid would like this book They will learn the truth of the Bible as it is told in story form It's not just reading black and white pages which can be hard for children to enjoy The pages have varying shades of brown and blue This makes it interesting for the eye to read I would recommend this book for any parent to buy for their child It is a fun way to learn about the BibleComing from a kidAfter I wrote my review I asked my 10 year old daughter to read one story and gave me her thoughts She said the cartoon is scary the people look freaky The blue print in What's up is hard to read She said she liked how What's Up tells you about the story before you read the full story She liked that there are no small numbers the verse numbers in the story they are annoying She said it's a good size print to read She thinks she could read this book everydayI received a free copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishers for my honest review

Read Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Å Carolyn Larsen

101 Bible Adventures offers kids a high energy adventure filled approach to reading interacting with and learning life lessons from the Scriptures It takes 1. This Bible Study book is just what it says its 101 stories taken from the Bible and told in a fun way your child can understand Each story is two pages long It starts out with a What’s up section telling a bit about the story; then an Action Adventure giving the scripture and the Bible story; there is a Key Verse for each story; a Cartoon of the story and a Now What to give a Bible application of the story to go with our everyday lives And the Bible referenced are from the New Living Translation an easier version for your child to read and understandThis would be a fun study tool for any older child or tween The front cover and the layout of the pages will capture the attention of readers this age making them curious enough to want to check it out Being two pages makes it a fast and easy read though it is interesting enough and with the information given a young reader can study deeper than just what is in the book I highly recommend this study for your child It will be a wonderful way to have them study God’s Word without feeling overwhelmed because of the simplicity and shortness of it And it is truly a high energy action packed adventure filled bookI was provided a copy of this Bible Story Book by Tyndale House Publishers I was not reuired or expected to write a positive review of this product The review is my opinions only

  • Paperback
  • 224
  • 101 Bible Adventures
  • Carolyn Larsen
  • English
  • 14 October 2017
  • 9781414349978

About the Author: Carolyn Larsen

Carolyn Larsen has written than 40 books for children and adults She is best known as the author of the Little Girls Bible Storybook line of products which have collectively sold than one million units In addition Carolyn is a speaker who has taught and spoken extensively in the United States and overseas She is the cofounder of the performing group Flashpoints which is comprised o