“Read with Me Bible”


The book for review is “Read with Me Bible: for Little Ones” by Doris Wynbeek Rikkers and illustrated by Dennis G. Jones. This book falls in the genre of juvenile non-fiction, religious, Bible stories and general,

This is a very durable book. The pages are okay for kids to be rough with due to the pages being made of cardboard like material. A baby teething wouldn’t hurt it. The book contains select stories from the Bible. It ranges from the beginning with Adam and Eve and the Arc to David fighting Goliath, Jonah and the whale to Jesus being born.

The stories are short and easy to read. A child who has learned to read can read this themselves It’s also a good book for parents to read to their child at night. It is a good lead in for a child to learn about God and maybe spark their interest in learning and perhaps reading more. It’s simple in design in the sense it won’t go over their head or be too much for them. I would image a young one would be encouraged by the message inside instead of just reading and putting it down.
The pages are colorful and wonderful for young ones to appreciate and enjoy over and over again. They are colorful and exciting to look at while the story is being read to a child. A nice introduction to learn and be introduced to the Bible It’s a quick read but will certainly be read many time. This is a nice gift to a young one if you want to start the education of the Bible to your child or young relative. It is probably what I will do with this book now that I am done with reading and reviewing it.

This book was received for free in exchange for an honest review

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