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Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Book Review: Heroes and Villains of the Bible
The Bible is full of dos and don'ts, but it also includes some of the most action-packed stories of all time. This book uncovers the best and the worst from actual Bible accounts. It is no small book, with its jam-packed numerous pages you will find a new story every day or night for quite sometime.
Just in case your child has trouble visualizing the action, it also includes a colorful picture for each story.
It is perfect to use for a Bible study with your child/tween as it is broken down into short stories with a moral. It takes the stories straight from the Bible, so you don't have to worry about an odd twist added or taken away.
If you are looking for a Bible study program for your homeschool, this is a great way to infuse the good and the not-so-good characters of the Bible in your lessons. It would also be a great way to send your kiddos off to bedtime each night. It will certainly open up discussions about good v. evil and right and wrong choices.
I received the e-book of Heroes and Villains of the Bible from the Booksneeze program in exchange for an honest review. The review I have provided is 100% my opinion.