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I am slightly disappointed in the Faith Builders Bible. It
may be good for a child around 9-11. The font is tiny and I felt the building
block verse pages were lacking. The illustrations/pictures of block creation
At the beginning there is an illustration with blocks showing
the names of each book in the bible. Then there is a “can you build” page that
gives 3 small activities: a cross, a fish and a lamb. On the pages with the
building block verses there is a building block creation (basically Legos but
the book never references Legos at all). The picture takes approximately half
the page then there is a description of the story being depicted. Below that
there is a “building block verse” that goes along with the story.
I believe a lot more could have been done with this bible.
There really are no study materials to go along with the illustrations, no
elaboration and no real teaching tool. I was really hoping for more. In today’s
world of internet it would be nice if maybe there had be instructions or some
kind of guide to building some of the structures so that they could be used as
teaching guides. It would’ve been very easy to add these little details.
Printables could have been made available via internet or instructions could
have been added at the end. A lot of the illustrations aren’t much more than
mini figures standing on platform boards.
I did love the ABCs of Salvationand the Lord’s Prayer pages and I will keep
this bible for my child when he is older but as of right now he is way too
young for it. It is a very basic bible with no reference notes or no study
guides but is a version that will be easier to understand by a child. If you
are looking for a child’s bible for someone who absolutely loves legos or
building blocks that is just below teen level this might be a good choice but
if you are looking for a good study bible or teaching tool you may want to find
something else.I would suggest picking
it up and looking through it before making a choice. I received this bible at
no charge from www.booklookbloggers.com
in exchange for an honest review. I don’t believe I would’ve purchased this
particular bible at this point otherwise. It isn’t horrible but just doesn’t
meet my wants or needs in a bible for a child.
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