The Read and Share Bible, published by Tommy Nelson Publishers is a story Bible written for young children and early readers. It includes more than 200 Bible stories, both the familiar favorites and some less familiar ones, such as Hezekiah and the sun moving backwards and Elisha causing an axe head to float.
The illustrations are bright and fun and are sure to engage any child’s attention.
A feature that I particularly like about this Bible is the discussion question at the end of each story. Here is an example of one, “God gave David courage so he wouldn’t be afraid of the giant. What would you do if you needed some courage?” I think this is a great way to help children apply the stories and lessons to their lives, even at a young age.
This story Bible would appeal most to ages 3 to 8, but Emily (10) has been enjoying it as well.
Read an excerpt of the Read and Share Bible on Tommy Nelson’s Facebook page to see what a sweet book this is.
Tommy Nelson Publishers sent me an extra copy of the Read and Share Bible to give away. To enter, just leave a comment. I will draw a winner using Random.org on Jan. 16. US entries only!
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I received a 2 free copies of the Read and Share Bible from Tommy Nelson—one to review and one to give away. All opinions are my own.