Sunday, July 2, 2017

Review: The Beginner's Bible Carry-Along Treasury

The Beginner's Bible
Carry-Along Treasury
May 2nd, 2017
Children's Religious
160 pages
ages 3+

The Beginner’s Bible® has been a favorite with young children and their parents since its release in 1989 with over 25 million products sold.
The Beginner’s Bible®, the bestselling Bible storybook of our time, is now in a special carry-along edition with over 30 stories! Children will love The Beginner’s Bible Carry-Along Treasury created especially for tiny hands to carry with them wherever they go. The carry-along edition features a smaller size, a go-anywhere handle, and an easy magnetic closure. Kids will come to know and love the key stories and characters of the Bible with this best-loved Bible storybook. Now updated with vibrant new art, The Beginner’s Bible® is the perfect starting point for children. Little ones will enjoy the fun illustrations of Noah helping the elephant onto the ark, Jonah praying inside the fish, and more, as they discover The Beginner’s Bible® just like millions of children before!


Cute illustrations, easy to understand Bible stories, and a handle to tote it around everywhere--this is definitely a perfect Bible for kids.

This book is made for carrying around. The plastic handle is pretty stable, the cover will hold up to bumps and sticky fingers, and the flap, with it's magnetic strip, keeps the entire thing tidy inside. The pages, however, are normal book pages and require a little more respect while glimpsing through the Bible stories. In other words, this is great for kids ages 4 and up.

At 180 pages, I was a little worried that this book might be overwhelming for young readers/listeners, but I was wrong. There are 30 Bible stories in these pages and each one draws in. Not only are the more normal tales of Creation, David and Goliath, Moses and Jesus birth, death and resurrection included, but there are a couple 'lesser known' tales such as Deborah or Ruth and Naomi added as well. The stories are kept concise and bring over the main point in a way kids can easily understand. But the writing is fun too, keeping younger listeners in mind. Kids learn the tales, the important meanings, and don't risk losing interest or concentration along the way.

The illustrations are colorful and very age appropriate. The characters are friendly and the animals are so cute, they demand to be cuddled. Still, even the more serious situations hold tone and help young listeners/readers to understand exactly what is going on. The google eyes draw a few giggles at times, keeping kids engaged in every page.

Summed up, this is a lovely Bible for kids, and I'll be picking these up for my own nephews and nieces soon.

I received a complimentary copy of this book through BookLook Bloggers
and found this Bible so wonderful for little readers that I wanted to share my honest thoughts.

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