August 11, 2014

{review} NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers

{I received a copy of the NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers from Zonderkidz as a part of the Z Blog Squad. A good review was not guaranteed and all opinions are my own.}

The NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers is available from Zonderkidz for $24.99. You can read a sample here.

About The Book:




 This new edition of the bestselling NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers maintains all of the features loved by kids from its previous edition but is now available in full color throughout! Kids ages 6-10 will be even more captivated with learning about the Bible and growing closer in their relationship with God. Includes the complete New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) which is written at a third grade reading level for children just beginning to explore the Bible on their own.





Our Thoughts:

The NIrV Adventure Bible is perfect for young readers. While some books for early readers tell Bible stories, this Bible contains the full Bible text in an easier to understand translation. It also contains several features that make it fun for young readers. Lauren, my 7 year old, loves the touches of green through all the pages. It's her favorite color, so that was a hit from the beginning!  Lauren also really loves that she can follow along with what someone is reading from a "real" Bible.

Some features that we are enjoying:

At the back of the Bible, there is an Activities index. As you can read below, it gives an easy place to find the different activities throughout the Bible. There are great ideas in this section! 


There are several full color, glossy pages through the NIrV Adventure Bible with different questions, answers and ideas for kids. They are well written and loaded with Scriptural backup.



Another feature is the People In Bible Times, that explains more about different, lesser known people. I found this interesting as well!


Overall, the NIrV Adventure Bible is a solid choice for a young reader that wants their own Bible but still needs some fun stuff to keep their interest.

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