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YA Review: The Rhyme Bible Storybook

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YA Review: The Rhyme Bible Storybook

The Rhyme Bible Storybook by L.J. Sattgast The Rhyme Bible Storybook by L.J. Sattgast
Reviewed by: Lori Twichell
Genre: Children’s
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Publication Date: December 18, 2012

There are a lot of Bible books and Bible stories out there for kids. I remember when I was little I had nearly an entire library just for the picture books that people got for me. However, just because they are based on God’s word, it doesn’t mean that they’re necessarily good or fun reading for the kids.

The Rhyme Bible Storybook is precisely the perfect gift to give a child. My children are older and I wasn’t sure they’d be interested, but both my 8 and 10 year olds enjoyed reading this. Not only that, because of the rhyming, they loved reading it out loud – to each other. That was a fantastic surprise.

The pictures in this book are gorgeous. Full color illustrations of many of the stories in the Bible including Noah and Abraham and Samuel and…well, nearly the entire timeline of the Bible is found in here.

Each story has a title and is followed by the scripture references where it can be found in the Bible. The stories are engaging and fun with perfect language to draw children into the beauty of the Bible.

This book is what I would consider for an introduction to the Bible. It would be excellent to give to an early pre-schooler or for toddler reading with Mom and Dad. With the exquisite illustrations and the engaging style, this one’s a win – win for everyone!

 

Rated G: No worries here.

Review copy provided by the author. Thank you!

 


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