Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Study the Bible With EASE This School Season Thanks to The Color Code Bible (review and giveaway)

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book free of charge,from Thomas Nelson, for review, and 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,  all opinions are my own.


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It's August 1st!

Only 9 days left for Miss Grace- where DID Summer go???
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We eased into out Back to School coverage last week, but it officially starts today,
and I'm so happy to be able to bring you this great new bible as our first giveaway, since today is also National Coloring Day!
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Synopsis:

Over 1600 passages are color-coded on important faith themes. The first New King James Version for Kids highlighted in full-color, this Bible will be simple for kids to read and understand.  With topics arranged by color, you will learn about salvation and how to put God’s word into your daily faith walk. The topics/colors are:

the color code bible sample 1

A vibrant 64 pages in the beginning of the Bible not only explain the color system, but as offer expanded study help, features made especially for a child’s creative and imaginative mind! 

The large, readable type, bold in-text subject headings, individual Bible book introductions, and color-highlighted verses (see below example)  all make this Bible a fantastic purchase for any child! 

Full of bright colors, memorization aids, and the never-ending truth of God’s Good News, the  The Color Code Bible is an exciting new way to study God’s Word for everybody.

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Review:

For those who home-school, or work on bible study at home for their kids, this bible is amazing! The color coding allows you, and your kids to search by theme so much easier! It also gets kids (the book is aimed at ages 6-10, but I think even teens will find it helpful) looking INTO books they might not normally seek out. meanwhile, it helps to reinforce the scriptures, and helps kids memorize them! Amazing!

It's funny how having  full color throughout the bible, with bright, appealing sections, can really attract kids and keep them reading. Sometimes we forget HOW much of kids' world now is VISUAL. By grabbing thier attention and holding it, it gives parents and teachers a fantastic learning tool! Kids will love how easy it is to interact with this bible, with its included maps and chapter introductions, and they will adore the end journal, where they can write down their favorite verses, notes on scriptures, hymns and more. It allows the bible to be more than just a study guide, but a wonderful memento!

Miss Grace gives this bible a serious high five and I quite agree! 

It's the perfect bible to give and receive!

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Giveaway: 

 One lucky BTHM reader will get to win a copy of this bible,
 for their child to go back to school with!

5 comments:

  1. I actually write in my Bible...underline favorite passages, highlight important stuff, etc. I also like taking notes and stuff in a side notebook as well.

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  2. I actually write in my Bible...underline favorite passages, highlight important stuff, etc. I also like taking notes and stuff in a side notebook as well.

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  3. Make sure kids have Bibles or Bible stories that match their reading level.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. I like to have a coloring sheet or craft to go along with a bible story or passage to reinforce what they are reading. Maybe even a review game or memory card mix up for a verse.
    marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
    Merry

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  5. Provide age-appropriate Bible and supplemental materials and study with them.

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