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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Museum of the Bible Books Blog Tour







The Bible is the cornerstone of faith traditions around the world; here are 100 best-loved Bible stories presented in a beautiful hardcover edition for children aged 5 to 8. The stories are written in a manner that is appropriate for either a read-to-me audience or early readers, and the collection includes both Old and New Testament stories. The artwork that accompanies the stories is collected from children around the world, highlighting cultures across the globe and reflecting the diversity of visitors to the Museum of the Bible. Additionally, by showcasing the unique perspectives that children bring to their understanding of these stories, this collection will allow young readers to see the Bible as something with which they can personally engage.




My Review


A beautiful Bible storybook geared to children ages 5 to 8, told in a way that they would understand. What makes this book extra special is that children do all of the art, and there are 100 different stories, with the children participating from 50 different countries.
I love that each of the illustrations give the first name of the drawer, and the country they are from, and ages between 8 and 12.
There is a map in the back that both shows and lists the countries that the children come from. Then there is a people and places index to easily find the story that you want to read.
I received this book through Worthy Kids/Ideals Museum of the Bible, and was not required to give a positive review.





Children of the World Storybook Bible
Publication Date: October 3, 2017
Illustrator: The illustrations in this book were collected from children around the globe. The children range in age from 8 to 12 and their names, ages, and locations are identified for each drawing.
Price: $16.99
Format: Hardcover
Page Count: 256
Ages: 5–8








The Bible, particularly the Old Testament, is full of stories of strange and unusual happenings—strange because they are unfamiliar and unexpected and hard to understand. Frogs infest a palace. A donkey talks. Rivers turn to blood. These events may seem impossible, but the Bible says they all happened. This book will explore each weird and wacky event by looking at it through the lens of its cultural or theological relevance. And by pairing the story with engaging artwork, this collection will draw in even the reluctant reader.

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My Review









What a delightful book to have in your home for a fun look at the bible, geared to 6 to 9 year olds, but my twelve year old had a great time with this read.
We all read things that make us scratch our heads, really not familiar to us, we get to read about some of these things and have delightful illustrations to go along.
There is a table of contents and that give you a quick look, with pictures, of where to turn for the stories you want to read, “Frogs in the Bed and Flies in the Soup” page 8 or “Fingers Floating Free” page 74.
Had a hard time getting the boys to put this one down.
I received this book through Worthy Kids/Ideals and Museum of the Bible, and was not required to give a positive review.



Wild and Wacky Things in the Bible
Publication Date: October 3, 2017
Author: April Lotempio
Price: $12.99
Format: Paperback
Page Count: 160
Ages: 6–9








The Bible is full of important and meaningful stories and lessons. But it’s also home to some unusual and intriguing facts that kids may not discover in their normal Bible study activities. Geared to emerging readers and presented with a colorful and graphic feel, this book will introduce to children 100 fun and interesting facts about characters, places, and events in the Bible and will help children relate those facts to their own world. It’s sure to motivate even reluctant readers to dip into the Bible.



My Review

Such a handy and interesting book to have on hand for you Christian children, facts to wow and fascinate them.
Your children age going to keep you on your toes as you share these facts, or they share with you. What a great way to keep them interested and looking deeper into the bible, and learn some important stories and facts.
A book that you children will be sharing with their friends and will amaze many, and geared to ages 5 to 8.
I receive this book through Worthy Kids/Ideals, Museum of the Bible Books, and was not required to give a positive review




 


That’s So Weird!
Publication Date: October 3, 2017
Author: Kathleen Long Bostrom
Price: $9.99
Format: Paperback
Page Count: 112
Ages: 5–8


An introduction to the Bible for young children
Children begin hearing Bible stories at a very young age, both in the home and in the church or classroom. But without context, these stories often present as a disjointed collection of individual events. This title will give little ones a big picture of the Bible -- from what it is to how it was written to the message it shares of God's love for us. Such context will help children to better understand the Bible stories they hear and how those stories relate to their own lives. Ages 2 to 5.

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My Review

 
A sturdy little book for young hands that they will be asking you to read to them time and again, perfect for the Christian home and ages 2 to 6, although it is great for toddler hands.
The illustrations are bright and really cute, perfect to draw the little ones eyes. The messages are spot on, and give a quick glimpse into the word of God.
A great introduction to the Bible for little ones!
I received this book through Worthy Kids/Ideals, and was not required to give a positive review.
 




What’s the Bible All About?
Publication Date: October 3, 2017
Author/Illustrator: Patricia A. Pingry/Pablo Pino
Price: $7.99
Format: Board book
Page Count: 20
Ages: 2–5

Publisher & Museum of the Bible Information

Museum of the Bible is an innovative, global, educational institution whose purpose is to invite all people to engage with the Bible. In 2017, Museum of the Bible, which aims to be the most technologically advanced museum in the world, will open its 430,000-square-foot nonprofit museum just three blocks from the Capitol in Washington, D.C. A digital fly-through of the Museum is viewable here.
Museum of the Bible Books website: www.MuseumoftheBibleBooks.com
General website: www.MuseumoftheBible.org
Facebook: @MuseumoftheBible
Instagram: @MuseumofBible
Twitter: @MuseumofBible

Worthy Publishing Group is a privately held, independent voice in inspirational publishing, based in Nashville, TN. Worthy includes five distinct imprints: Worthy Books publishes inspirational works addressing spiritual growth, biblical study, faith and culture, biography, fiction, and specialty Bibles; Museum of the Bible Books is a partnership between Worthy and the Museum, publishing books that reveal the history, narrative, and impact of the Bible; Ellie Claire produces beautifully crafted journals, gifts, and paper expressions; Worthy Inspired publishes felt-need, spiritual growth, inspirational, and devotional books; and WorthyKids/Ideals creates colorful, interactive children’s books, including VeggieTales and Berenstain Bears, for ages 2 to 8.
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