Thursday, June 01, 2017

Book Review: Kids' NIV Visual Study Bible by Zonderkidz

Kids' NIV Visual Study Bible is published by Zondervan.

I have had a lot of fun reading through the pages of this colorful Bible for kids. When I say that it is colorful, I mean just that. The pages are filled with a bright yellow color that grabs but doesn't overpower. There are tons of pictures and side notes that help the young reader understand just what the world of the Bible was - and is - all about. This is a study Bible meant for kids to understand and really use. The study notes are on the sides of the pages rather than at the bottom. That might not sound that important, but it really is. If kids don't know where to look, they just won't.

I found something really nice for me - a map of The Seven Churches of Revelation. It's on page 1890, if you're interested. It shows just where the churches were located. 

Page 689 tells a lot about King Hezekiah and his reign. I love it because I can even find a tidbit that I didn't previously know, or even forgot about.

The bottom line is that I love this study Bible. It has the readability of the NIV as well as powerful colors, pictures, and information that is relevant to children. I recommend it highly.

*I received a copy of Kids' NIV Visual Study Bible in exchange for my honest opinion. My thoughts are my own.*

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