I have just spent a delightful two hours reading through God’s story. As the Word always has and always will, this version of the Bible speaks the simple, yet profound, truth in the language of children.
Storytelling is the favored method of Bible writers to point the way to the truth, particularly in the New Testament in the many parables used by Jesus. In this collection of Old and New Testament stories, by Emily Dammer, the same thing is accomplished in the language of children.
I’m sure young children will love this ‘Bible’. The illustrations, by Antony Evans, use brick-like figures to illustrate each story. Each page colorful and eye-catching.
The building blocks at the end of each chapter give life applications in children’s language. For instance, in the story of Moses God keeps His promises and He will keep you safe are the takeaways.
All in all, I enjoyed reading Brick Builders and can imagine parents and children reading the stories to one another over and over.
Blessings to you and yours!