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Who's Who and Where's Where in the Bible for Kids

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2010

    Bible Stories for Everyone

    This is a sweet book. If you're not familiar with the Bible it's a good place to start. It's a wonderful book to read to your children.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2006

    we got this for our grand children

    I am a fan of Miller¿s best selling Who¿s Who and Where¿s Where in the Bible, so I was delighted to see that he has published Who¿s Who and Where¿s Where in the Bible for Kids. Recommended for 8 to 12 year-olds, there are 100 entries featuring phonetic pronunciation guides, Bible references, calendar references, why he or she is famous entries to situate the subject entries. These are extremely accessible for the age group, as the introduction for Adam illustrates: ¿When God made the universe and everything in it, he saved the best for last. He made humans. First, he created Adam. Then came Eve. And then he gave them a job.¿ Many of the entries have insertions in the form of scrolls that highlight important points, as for example the one in the Baal entry: ¿TIME-OUT! A lot of Jewish people stopped obeying the real God. Instead, they worshiped the pretend God Baal. So God kicked the Jews of of their country to punish them. It was like God put the whole country in a time-out.¿ The entries also include illustrations of children making a point not to be missed or asking a question the entry will answer. For Jeremiah, we find a contemporary boy announcing: ¿God asked a boy to deliver the worst news in Jewish history.¿ It seems to me that children are not the only ones who will enjoy this book. Their family members of whatever age and their Sunday School teachers will enjoy it as well. My wife and I have copies to give to the grand children.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2006

    An absolute must have!!!

    Miller¿s ¿Who¿s Who and Where¿s Where in the Bible for Kids¿ is an absolute must have for parents with young children. The book is filled with captivating photography and easy to understand dialogue. Throughout the book, Miller finds a way to make each person and place he mentions to be intriguing and fun to read about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2006

    Another 5 star book from Stephen Miller!!

    I so love and appreciate the informal style that Stephen Miller uses in every book he writes. As a relatively new Christian I need the stories of the Bible explained to me in a way so I won't be overwhelmed. I so loved Stephen Miller's previous book on this topic, 'Who's Who & Where's Where in the Bible', which was written for adults, that I've given it as a gift many, many times. It remains one of my most used reference tools and books I simply enjoy reading. I am thrilled to see that he is now offering a version for kids (I still plan to keep one for myself!) It boasts rich and colorful illustrations, over 100 easy-to-read stories about the most important Biblical people, places and events. It includes many interesting bits of knowledge as shared by children's characters. This is a book that older kids can read by themselves or younger kids can read with their parents. Either way it makes the perfect companion to spark a lively dinner discussion. This is a must have book to help introduce your children to the most important people of the Bible!

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