Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Bibleforce, The First Heroes Bible, a review

My son loved graphic novels, especially as a teenager.  He took a class in college just because they would be studying a favorite graphic novel.  This book reminds me of a well done graphic novel, except the stories are true. 

It is a large hardback book, which makes the colorful images enjoyable for kids and teens.  Although I have to say, it would work very well as a read aloud to preschoolers.  The pictures could be viewed while the reader provides a simple story for the non-reader.

Throughout the book, there are not only Bible stories but a "hero profile" for the main characters, reminding kids and teens that the people we read about in the Bible are regular people who accomplished exceptional works for God.  I like that Jesus is called "The Ultimate Hero".

I highly recommend Bibleforce as a supplement to a standard Bible for kids of any age.  It is beautiful. 

Bibleforce was provided by Tommy Nelson for the sake of review but the opinions are my own.

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1 comment:

Vee said...

Always interested in Bibles for kids. This sounds like a good thing to have available for perusal by kids of all ages. Does it have ages literally printed on it? My grands turn up their noses at lots of good things because “it’s for kids.” Yup. Age snobs.