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101 Bible Adventures: The Ultimate Quest for Truth!

4.33 of 5 stars 4.33  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  6 reviews
"101 Bible Adventures" offers kids a high-energy, adventure-filled approach to reading, interacting with, and learning life lessons from the Scriptures. It takes 101 favorite adventure-filled stories from the New Living Translation and puts them into one amazing book. Each Bible story has a brief overview so kids can get a bird's-eye view of the story, a key verse that sum ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published January 20th 2012 by Tyndale House Publishers
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101 Bible Adventures is a bit different than what I expected, but I don't guess that's a bad thing. I thought there to be "adventures" with the devotionals(challenges of some sort). There's not challenges, but they are still great devotionals for children!

Each story starts out with a "What's Up" section, which gives you a peek at what or who the story is about. There's a "Key Verse" section, which isn't necessarily from that story's reading, but in some way connects to it. Then there's the story
This book is full of Bible stories, such as when God caused the flood, the miracle of feeding five thousand people, and the Last Supper. You are actually reading from the Bible, although it doesn't seem like it. There are no verse numbers. I think this is good for kids, it makes it flow more like a story. The pages of this book look like a cartoony old journal. The translation used for the Bible is the New Living Translation.

Each story has the following:

What's Up - this is a summary of what Bibl
Gig Harbor
Aug 08, 2012 Gig Harbor rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: families with young children
If you are looking for a fast-paced, easy-to-read Bible devotional for your kids. Each devotion consists of two pages; page one has a "What's Up" area that is a few sentences that give a little history providing background and context. The majority of both pages are a story of the scriptures of that section. There is also little cartoon on the second page, along with a "Now What?" section which is sort of an "how to apply this to your life today" area. Each chapter also has a key verse.

Some of t
This Bible Study book is just what it says, its 101 stories taken from the Bible and told in a fun way your child can understand. Each story is two pages long. It starts out with a What’s up section telling a bit about the story; then an Action Adventure giving the scripture and the Bible story; there is a Key Verse for each story; a Cartoon of the story and a Now What to give a Bible application of the story to go with our everyday lives. And the Bible referenced are from the New Living Transla ...more
Jul 23, 2012 John marked it as to-read
I won a copy of this book in a First Reads Giveaway, and I am reading it with my children. As there are 101 devotions in the book and we're reading one a night (intersperced with a different devotion book) I thougth I would get my thoughts down before finishing the book.

I think this is a good devotion book, though for older children. My boys are almost 9, and I would say they are on the lower end of the ages this would be appropriate for. The readings are mostly straight scripture
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This is a good devotional for children to read with their parents. It has thoughts that youths and adults can relate to. The sections of scripture were long enough to be put into context and tell a whole story while being short enough that attention wouldn't depart. The key verses highlighted are also good for memorization.
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Carolyn Larsen has written more than 40 books for children and adults. She is best known as the author of the Little Girls Bible Storybook line of products, which have collectively sold more than one million units. In addition, Carolyn is a speaker who has taught and spoken extensively in the United States and overseas. She is the cofounder of the performing group Flashpoints, which is comprised o ...more
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