Monday, September 3, 2018

Kingdom Files: Who Was David, Who Was Esther by Matt Koceich










What do you know about David?

Was he:
. . .a shepherd boy turned king?
. . .a faithful harp player?
. . .a brave giant slayer?
. . .all of the above?

Journey along with David in a field of sheep, in the presence of a towering giant, in the very center of God’s amazing power!

This biblically accurate story of David, created just for the kids in your life, explores the life of this shepherd boy turned king, while drawing 8- to 12-year-olds into a fascinating time and place as they learn about this faithful harp player and courageous giant slayer. Featuring three key sections—a Fact File, an Action File, and a Power File—kids will enjoying learning about the life of David while coming to understand that an ancient Bible story really does apply to their lives today. Dozens of captivating line art pieces add depth and interest to every chapter.


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What do you know about Esther?

Was she:
. . .the beautiful Queen of Persia?
. . .the woman who hid her Jewish heritage from the king?
. . .the courageous one who risked her life to save her people?
. . .all of the above?

Journey along with Esther in a luxurious Persian palace, in the presence of a powerful king, in the very center of God’s amazing power!

This biblically accurate story of Esther, created just for the kids in your life, explores the life of the beautiful Queen of Persia, while drawing 8- to 12-year-olds into a fascinating time and place as they learn about the woman who hid her Jewish heritage from the king and ultimately risked her life to save her people. Featuring three key sections—a Fact File, an Action File, and a Power File—kids will enjoying learning about.


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About The Author
 

Matt Koceich is the author of the IMAGINE series and a public school teacher.
Matt lives in Mansfield, TX with his wife and their four children.

My Review




The perfect alternative for Christian children, something that you can feel good about them reading to enhance their Christian faith.
The author did a wonderful job of drawing in and keeping interest, set up like a case file, and part of Barbour’s new series, The Kingdom Files.
Perfect adds to your library.

I received this book through Barbour Publishing, and was not required to give a positive review.

 

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