Friday, June 1, 2018

5 Winners Get a BibleForce First Heroes Bible to Call Their Own!


My youngest son is really enjoying his new BibleForce: The First Heroes Bible for children. This one is geared for ages 6-10. My son is on the higher end of that, but I foresee him liking this for a long time to come.




You can get the audio app free when you buy it, if it has that sticker on the front, and that's a great addition to help your child with his or her reading/study time. It also allows them to have a new way to interact with the Word, which is awesome for today's techie kiddos.


The lessons are chunked into small, digestible bites which is just perfect for young learners. Ditto the fact that it's full of beautiful, brightly-colored illustrations. The focus, as the name suggests, is on the heroes of the Bible, which makes it exciting for the reader to delve into.


There are other features in this Bible that you will appreciate too. In addition to the Table of Contents, there are maps, so kids can see where these stories took place (great for children who love geography and/or who are well traveled). I'm a big map person. My youngest likes them too.


There are tidbits of information throughout as well...nothing overwhelming, considering the ages this is geared to, but enough to help readers stretch in their learning.


A lot of the information is accompanied by graphics, to make learning and remembering that much easier.


The font used is nice and big too. I truly wish MY Bible was in this large-type font. So not kidding.


See what I mean? Nice and lovely, large type!


My son's been taking his Bible in the car to read while we drive. He loves the stories and the pictures. He often asks me questions while he's reading, and he truly does not want to put it down. If you have an elementary-aged student, or even a middle schooler (my son has friends that age and they love graphics like these), I wholeheartedly recommend this Bible.


BibleForce is a brand-new Bible storybook that is illustrated with exciting, comic-style artwork that kids will love.

Children will love the detail and action of BibleForce, and parents will love having a book that gets their children engaged in reading Bible stories. Vivid art, incredible detail, and easy-to-follow text will get readers of all ages enthusiastic about reading this chronological and fast-paced retelling of the Scriptures. It includes nearly 200 fully illustrated stories that take children through the adventure and action of the Bible and help kids understand the full story of the Bible. The focus on Bible heroes makes the stories even more thrilling.

BibleForce is a great book to be read together and is simple enough for young readers to read on their own. Kids won't be able to put down this book!


There's a Giveaway!
5 winners get a BibleForce 
First Heroes Bible to call their own!

Click HERE to enter. 
Winners will be selected June 10, 2018

7 comments:

Susan Kane said...

Oh, how I wish my gr-son (5) could read. He would love the hero aspect.

Pat Hatt said...

That is a neat way to spin it indeed. Who knew it would go comic?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Now that is an awesome idea. I certainly would've gotten into it as a kid.

Theresa Mahoney said...

What a cool concept to turn it into a comic style book. I bet it will really draw in interest from the younger set!

Sandee said...

What a great way to capture a kids attention. These are brilliant.

Have a fabulous weekend. ♥

alissa apel said...

I could see my nephews liking this.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That is a fun way to learn the Bible.