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NIV Faithgirlz! Bible

4.83 of 5 stars 4.83  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Faithgirlz is based on 2 Corinthians 4:18---So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal (NIV)---and helps girls 10 andamp; up find Inner Beauty, Outward Faith. Every girl is unique and special, and here's a Bible that connects them more closely to God, themselves, and their friends---all with F ...more
Hardcover, Revised Edition, 1504 pages
Published February 2012 by Zonderkidz, a division of Zondervan (first published September 28th 2007)
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The deep pink with contrasting flowers gives this Bible a feminine look, and is eye-catching and frilly—just the Bible a young girl would love to have! The contrasting light pink, purple, white, and black emboldens the title.

The red violet and purple writing inside are colors most girls would love. It’s attractive and attention-getting, especially when contrasted with the different features interspersed throughout. All these designs help to catch the eyes and minds of young girls, with the goal
Kathleen (Kat) Smith
What more could a girls love than a pink Bible designed with her unique needs in mind? Zondervan Publishing has created a beautiful Bible with girls 9-13 in mind. Every girl wants to know that she's totally unique and special, and contributor Nancy Rue helps them do just that in the revised edition of the NIV Faithgirlz Bible. As a leading tween expert, Rue teaches girls that the Bible is real and relevant and, best of all, that the story of God and His people is also their story. Girls can now ...more
Abbie Riddle
This is an excellent bible for the tween girl in your life. It is a study bible of sorts that will help young girls find the answers to questions about the bible and deepen their knowledge of God's Word. They will be excited to open the pages and explore God's Word.

There are so many neat features included in this bible that any girl is sure to find something they enjoy. These include and introduction to each book that gives information about the book, who wrote it, when and where it was written
Tina Peterson
Yesterday I reviewed the NIV Boys Bible (click here) and today I'm reviewing the FaithGirlz! Bible which is a whole different book. Yes, ZonderKidz took the same NIV version and created a Bible just for girls.
I believe that God made each of us for particular reasons just as He made boys and girls very different. Boys NEED to be rough and noisy, gross and nerdy - Girls NEED to be ladies, cherished, Daddy's princess and Mommy's helper. They may be Tom Boys but there is a reason God made them that
When I received the,"NIV Faithgirlz! Bible", the first thing I noticed was that it was taken from my hands immediately by my "assistant" reviewer whom quickly went through the pages and begin explaining how much she loved seeing the flowers and even admire the cover.

When we finally were able to sit down and go through the bible together, I really enjoyed the layout that, the "NIV Faithgirlz! Bible" was done in; It's extremely eye-catching, hip for the young girls to carry around, inspiring and e
Mar 12, 2012 Margaret rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Margaret by: Audra Jennings
When I was in this age range, there were the kid Bibles and then there were the adult Bibles. My choices ended up being full color with half the scriptures missing or the only color being the Red Letter of Christ and a bunch of text that was scary as to the quantity. If only there were things like this… a hot pink, and floral Bible to get girls excited and enticed to open the pages and really spend time with the scriptures within. Yet the appearance is only the beginning. Here you can so much mo ...more
M.C. Pearson
I looked through this bible and wished that I had one as a young girl. Such great features! I especially loved the Oh, I get it! sections. Really well thought out and timely. I was able to give a copy to a ten year old at our church's youth group. She immediately sat down and started reading! If you are looking for a great Easter gift for a young girl, here it is!

The counterpart to the faithgirlz! bible, The Boys NIV is also very well done. I had my 11 year old look through it, and he loved the
Stefanie Peterson
I love it

God is real he loves you and me all the animals on the earth and non crishtins are really really really weird God is
not dead he is varry much alive he is the creator of everything God is amazing
My daughter has loved this Bible! Anything that intrigues them to stay in God's word is a blessing!

Here is my full review:
You'll cry, smile and walk away wondering with this bible.
Yeah, it may seem boring but trust me, it ought to be read!
Kate Antonio
Must haves especially if girls like their bibles customized and great highlights to Jesus words.
May 08, 2010 Aspen is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
I have sorda stoped reading it but it's a good book
Cool bible with devotionals.
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