Review: The Awesome Book of Unusual Bible Heroes for Kids

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Hott Synopsis

The Bible is jam packed full of stories and yet, there are so many that children – and some adults – don’t know. Even the children that attend church regularly.

Do you know about the heroics of the Egyptian midwives?

Do you know how a woman is credited with saving Israel’s army when Barak didn’t follow God’s command?

Has your family discussed the heroism Esther and Rahab?

Hott Review

AWESOME! My family thoroughly enjoyed this book. So many times the Bible stories seem to be designed for either girls or boys but these stories encompassed everyone – from the littlest to the eldest.

While we generally knew these stories this book put them into a different light and reinforced in us how God uses every day people – adults and children, women and men – to fulfill his plans.

Divided into short stories, this book makes for great devotional or bedtime reading.

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Author: Sandy Silverthorne
Grade: A+
Ages: 3-53

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