Wednesday, August 21, 2013

The Candle Classic Bible Review

The Candle Classic Bible is a beautifully illustrated, hardback Bible retold in 365 stories. Funny Bunny and I were both very excited to receive it and she immediately took it and began reading.

Each story is divided into easy-to-read sections with Scripture references.  Children will be encouraged to spend family time together, reading a new story each day.

With traditional illustrations, and clear, well-written text, these best-loved stories will become timeless classics for children and parents alike.


My Thoughts:  I was very pleased when we received The Candle Classic Bible in the mail.  I love the hardcover and the pictures are beautifully drawn.  As you can see by the picture above, this Bible story book is geared to around 8-10 year olds.  The stories are not that long so I think it's a great and simple way to read just one story a day, especially if you have a child who is not yet ready to read the Bible on their ownAnd with 365 stories {261 Old Testament and 104 New Testament}, it has many more than what you will find in smaller Bible story books.

I do want to make a note that although the stories may be easy to read for younger children, the illustrations are not brightly colored and definitely have a more mature and darker feel to them

Thoughts of a 10-Year Old:  The Candle Classic Bible has well-worded stories for younger kids to read and understand. The pictures were really pretty, also. I think that it was a very good story Bible and I really liked it.

Find Out More:  You can find out more online about The Candle Classic Bible at Kregal Publications.  It is just $14.99 for hardcover and recommended for ages 8-10. 




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