Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Children's Book Review: The NKJV Early Readers Bible

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book, free of charge, from Tommy Nelson Books, for review/giveaway purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it


And now for the PERFECT gift for older elementary kids!

The NKJV Early Readers Bible cover

Synopsis:

Early Reader’s Bible is God’s Word for kids. With 192 pages of maps, charts, articles, and study helps, combined with large print easy-to-read Bible type, this is the perfect first study Bible for kids  ges 7 to 10. Using the New King James Version, this Early Reader’s Bible will help children begin the life-long practice of reading, memorizing, and studying God’s Word. 
Study helps include: 
Insights into God’s Word.
Study Guides include:God’s Word is Good to Learn
God’s Word is Good to Read
God’s Word is Good to Keep
God’s Word is Good to Pray
God’s Word is Good to Discover
Book Introductions, Illustrated Word List, Bible Timeline

The NKJV Early Readers Bible sample page 1

Review:

This easy-to-read Bible will captivate kids ages 7 to 10, and help make the bible more accessible to them. With it's colored guides and maps (192 pages), like above, it helps to bring life to the stories, for kids who seem to be genetically tuned to electronic media from the womb, and who need visual stimulation with the written word. 

The NKJV Early Readers Bible sample page 2

The bible also includes questions guides, like the one above, that adults may have trouble explaining to 7/8 yr olds, but the guides make it super easy! The glossary of characters in the back and the wonderful illustrated timeline (from 2000 BC to 100 AD) helps to really put bible events in a historical perspective for kids (see pix below). This bible is perfect for children starting First Communion classes (as Miss Grace was) and attending older elementary bible study classes. It also makes a GREAT First Communion or Baptism (for a child celebrant) gift. 

The NKJV Early Readers Bible sample page 3

Giveaway:

One BTHM reader will win a copy of this wonderful bible for a child in their life!


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12 comments:

  1. My daughter can't read yet, but she enjoys me to read to her! I don't have to encourage her, she loves to be read to!

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  2. My daughter can't read yet, but she enjoys me to read to her! I don't have to encourage her, she loves to be read to!

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  3. If I won, this would be a future gift for our toddler grandchild.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. Reading aloud with children daily and having lots of interesting age-appropriate books always within their reach encourages children to read.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  5. I would love to win this to give my niece I started reading the brave girl devotional with her and she was like i can i read your big bible after I'm done so i'm just sure she would love this to pieces :D :)

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  6. she usually loves to read on her own but sometimes school prizes for doing so helps with motivating her :)

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  7. We read a lot so that encourages them to read too.

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  8. My kids would try to read the bible themselves in first and second grade
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Merry

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  9. My kids are encouraged to read by their teachers and also they see by the example that my husband and I show too
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Merry

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  10. Our kids realized they could read the bible when they were in 2nd grade!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  11. Our kids are encouraged to read by seeing their parents & aunts & uncles read!


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