Review of Kids’ Quest Study Bible

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Kids always have a lot of questions about the Bible and God. Mine can randomly ask a question any time throughout the day about the Bible or God. That’s one reason we have really been enjoying the NIrV Kid’s Quest Study Bible. This Bible is AMAZING!

The NIrV Kids’ Quest Study bible is filled with over 500 questions and answers for kids. And with this being an NIrV, it’s written at a third-grade reading level, so it’s easy to read and understand. I was first introduced to NIrV a few years back and quickly fell in love with this style when it comes to teaching kids and helping them understand the Bible easier.

At the beginning of each book, you get a brief introduction.
• Who wrote the book?
• Why was it written?
• What happens in this book?
• What do we learn about God in this book?
• Who is important in this book?
• When did this happen?

We love going over these and once again, it’s written in a way so that the kids can understand.

Also, the addition of the dictionary as well as the subject guide is fantastic for helping kids find exactly what they are looking for.

Throughout this Bible, you’ll find kids’ questions. These are questions that have been asks by kids and they do include an answer.

Some questions you might find in the book are:
“Why Can’t I have all the things I want?”
“Why do people sin when they know it’s wrong?”
“How did Noah build a boat that was so big?”
“Can angels appear as people?”

Without a doubt, I believe out of all four of my kids, I have been asked these questions. Kids are curious and this Bible is great when it comes to giving them the explanation they may need.

This Bible also has Quest Challenges to help your child apply the Bible’s teachings to their own life by pointing to scripture.
Each Quest Challenges has the following:
• I wonder…
• Real Life Challenge
• Quest Clue

NOTE: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher, Zondervan through BookLook Bloggers for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.
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