Kids' Guide to God's Creation is not only informative but it is also visually appealing, which I consider to be a huge plus. (In other words, no 1970's illustrations.) This book is loaded with full-colored photographs that are laid out in an attractive manner. (Have I said I'm impressed with this book? I'm impressed with it.) After hunting high and low for an informative book that is presented in a way that would make a child actually want to look inside of it, I'm happy to have found this particular book. I highly recommend it, especially for grade schoolers who need something more than a "God created the world" statement and yet is still easy to comprehend. It's laid out in chapter book form and almost feels text-bookish. Except it isn't. Either which way though, I'd still be happy to recommend it to you. It's quality and I like that.
(Carrie Brownell Reading to Know
The second section Kids’ Guide to Bible Animals features 99 chapters on every animal described in scripture, from ants to eagles, and grasshoppers to wolves and pigs to worms! This book is packed with brightly colored illustrations with hundreds of photographs, all in a kid-friendly design. It’s perfect for personal reading, Sunday school, and home schooling.
(Heather Madeira WRGN
This fully-illustrated book for 8–12-year-olds covers the earth, space, the human body—all of God’s great big creation! Starting with the Bible’s declaration that “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth,” the Kids’ Guide to God’s Creation highlights some of the important, amazing, and sometimes weird aspects of the universe we inhabit.