When I was asked to review this Bible for Kid’s I was a bit hesitant.  I’ve seen a lot of Bibles for kids and teens and frankly, they all seem to be the same.  But I’m glad I went ahead and accepted the review.

This particular Bible is amazing! This time I did my review via my 10 year old daughter, Zoe.  I asked her to read it for a few days and to let me know what she thought about the pages, the content, the feel, the look and anything else she wanted to comment on. So, without further adieu, here is her review (edited for grammatical content only):

Hi guys! It’s Zoe here. I’m 10 and I really felt like this Bible would be baby-ish. But it wasn’t. It was perfect. I didn’t feel  like, “Oh I don’t want to read this because it is to young for me and it makes me feel and look like a baby.” It was also great because I didn’t feel like I had to ask what does this means or what does that mean? What I mean is I understood it. It had explanations in the margins and it told me what verse and chapter it was, so I  didn’t  have to guess what it was talking about.  It tells you at the start of the book Who wrote this book, Why was this book written, For whom was this book written for, Who is the Key person in this book, Where did this happen and What are some of the stories in this book. It has full color pictures and some diagrams. I really, really like it! Thank you guys for reading this review about  Kids Visual Study Bible. Have a great day!

There you have it.  Straight from the 10 year old.  I also looked through and was pleasantly suprised at the simplicity of the content.  There were plenty of sidebar explanations for scriptures, with other scriptures listed as backup along with highlights of stories, maps and great introductions to each book.

We give this Study Bible for Kid’s 5 stars!

 

*This book was given to me for review at no cost.  The opinions are my own.

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