It is important to know before you order, though, that it is really straight Scripture from the International Children’s Bible (which is a third grade reading level). So if you are picky about a certain translation being read in your home, or if you are looking for something a little more dramatized, you’ll be disappointed with Heroes and Villains of the Bible.
There a couple of short sentences and/or questions at the end of each story for you to talk about with your kids. Personally, I wish it contained a bit more of that kind of content. I’m always torn when I look at a book like this because it isn’t a “real” Bible that your kids can look up any passage in, but it isn’t a story book either…..it’s like part of the Bible.
All in all, I’m going to enjoy using it with my kids! :)
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