There are ten full color, double sided pages showing building brick creations from prominent Bible stories such as Noah's Ark, The Ten Commandments and the Last Supper. Included on those pages are a challenge to recreate the building brick creation, the Scripture reference that goes with the building brick creation and then a "Building Block Verse" to memorize. There is also a page called "The ABC's of Salvation" that leads children through the message of salvation on a level they can understand on their own. The back section of the Bible includes a five page dictionary and a two page layout of great Bible stories and their corresponding Scripture references.
As you can see, Lindsey was instantly enthralled by the building brick look and the colorful pages. I believe her older sister was just a bit interested as well, although we're in that "too cool stage". Later in the evening, this new Bible accompanied us when we went out to dinner, and went to bed with Lindsey as well. She couldn't wait to take her new Bible to church and show it off to all of her friends. Both boys and girls alike were excited about it. I think that's an indication that kids will like it.
Now, if your child is one who tends to be rough with their belongs, there is one thing you may want to take note of. The pages are thin and a bit fragile, so you may find yourself (or your child) taping pages pretty often . The cover however is a glossy hard back that should take a beating and hold it's own.
You can purchase this Bible from Zondervan for $24.99.
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