Jul 172013
 

Goodreads Synopsis:

What is a covenant?
What animals are mentioned in the Bible?
Who was Gideon?
What kinds of jobs did Bible characters have?

Are you ready for some answers to the questions?

With vivid illustrations and kid-friendly explanations, The Action Bible Handbook gives you deeper insight into both familiar and challenging Bible words and names. Over 700 “whos”, “wheres”, and “whats” make it interesting and understandable. Learn about topics like:
· Animals and Insects
· Languages and Phrases
· Plants and Trees
· Places to Go
· Popular People
· Unnatural Disasters
· Weapons and Armor
And much more! A complete index is included so you can find just the topic you’re looking for. And with the handy page number references, you’ll find this is the perfect companion to The Action Bible: God’s Redemptive Story.

Hott Review:

What I liked:A while back I reviewed The Action Bible Devotional and then I got it for my son for Christmas. Why? Because he detests devotionals but this set somehow speaks to the heart of non-readers and makes the Bible applicable to their life.
This particular installment has been a God-send to our home. It’s so easy to now find easy relations when we’re discussing biblical terms or ethical actions.
Thank you David C. Cook for, once again, bringing me a book I didn’t realize I needed!
What I didn’t like: I haven’t gotten The Action Bible, yet!

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Author: Sergio Cariello (Ill)
Source: David C. Cook via Netgalley
Grade: A+
Ages: 8+

 

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