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Look and Tell Bible Board book – July 12, 2016
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It would also be fantastic for early readers, as a great instructional tool. This book is also made really well, featuring a sturdy board book design that will hold up for years. The illustrations are absolutely adorable, featuring vibrant colors and wonderful characterizations of people from your favorite Bible stories.
The Bible stories featured in this book are Adam and Eve, Noah and the Ark, Joseph, Moses, David and Goliath, Daniel and the Lions' Den, the Nativity, the Feeding of the 5,000, the Good Samaritan and the Easter story. I loved the story featuring Joseph, as it's always been one of my favorite Bible stories and the colors are just so beautiful.
If you have a young child, this Bible would be absolutely perfect for them. They will love looking at the pictures, and reading this one with mom and dad. I highly recommend it!
A copy of this book was provided by Booklook Bloggers. I received no compensation in exchange for this review and all opinions expressed here are my own.
~ What ~
This twenty-four-page board book with rounded corners targets children ages four to eight years old who enjoy stories from the Bible. This collection has six stories from the Old Testament and five from the New Testament. With the left side of the page showing several glossy and colorful objects and people with titles and names underneath, the right side has a short story that exchanges specific words for pictures that correlate to the same drawings that are named on the opposite page.
With stories of creation, Noah, Joseph, Moses, David and Goliath, Daniel, Jesus’s birth, shepherds and wise men, feeding the five thousand, the good Samaritan, and Easter, a child can fill in the words as they compare the pictures inserted into the story with its accompanied drawings.
~ Why ~
Having a three-year-old grandchild who lives out of state, I cannot wait to share this cute and clever book with her because she loves to look at pictures. I like how the illustrations are shiny and colorful while being easy to identify. The stories are simple without a lot of detail so should not confuse a young one who is being read to or learning to read.
~ Why Not ~
Those who do not believe in Christ or have a personal relationship with Him will probably avoid this book that contains Bible stories. Some beginner readers may have trouble reading the book by themselves. The only concerns might be the depiction of the teeth-bearing Goliath and the words that Christ was beaten and put on a cross to die.
~ Who ~
No information is offered regarding the illustrator or the version of the Holy Bible used.
~ Wish ~
It would help if some of the complicated wording were easier to understand for the younger listeners. Although the book does not explain the plan of eternal salvation entirely, I appreciated it stated that Christ died and was raised from the dead, but I wished it mentioned sin and the shedding of blood (although young ones may not understand these concepts).
~ Want ~
If you are looking for an engaging children’s book that is interactive with words and pictures to follow, this makes an excellent addition to a child’s bookcase.
Thanks to Book Look Bloggers for this book to read and review.
Once again, I wish kids books would use a different word than “Bible” or would indicate that these are only selected parts of the Bible. Though, the authors did a good job at picking fun stories for kids in their limited number of pages and they kept the book a nice size for younger readers.
All in all, not my favorite kids "Bible" book but this one had a fun approach and would be something a little different for early readers to try.
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The Look and Tell Bible is boy friendly. Like..hard-core man cartoons, to the point stories friendly. My guys were intrigued by the colorful illustrations. This Bible gives a great Biblical foundation, covering stories like David and Goliath (Total favorite around here!), Noah, and Daniel in the Lion’s Den. For little ones learning to talk, this book gives a great excuse to practice, as it has words that correspond with symbols to tell the story. It really gets the whole family involved. For busy boys, this is the ultimate devotional resource.
My sons and I received the Look and Tell Bible from BookLook Bloggers in exchange of our honest thoughts. All opinions stated are my own!
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