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Have you read Heroes of the Bible Treasury?

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Heroes of the Bible TreasuryThe Adventure Bible Bible Story Collection, Heroes of the Bible Treasury is a six book treasury of level 2 Adventure Bible I Can Read titles designed for newly independent readers and based on the Adventure Bible.

Read all about people in Bible times and their adventures in these well-known Bible stories.

This 6-book bind-up includes:

  • Elijah and the Power of God
  • A King, A Statue and a Fiery Furnace
  • Miracles of Jesus
  • A Father’s Love
  • The Good Samaritan
  • Paul Delivers God’s Message

About the book, Heroes of the Bible Treasury:

 

  • Heroes of the Bible Treasury font sizeAge Range: 4 – 8 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool – 3
  • Series: I Can Read! / Adventure Bible
  • Hardcover: 192 pages

The font size is easy for a beginning reader to follow. The stories are easy to understand and their are lots of easy words to help build confidence.

The illustrations are colorful and really help keep my son’s attention.  It’s easy to include colors, facial expressions, and what is that’s in our lessons just using the photos.

My son is 3 1/2 and he read all the I’s and A’s and loved pointing to each word as we read.  He is starting to pick up longer words such as to, you, and Noah.  I’ve found that books like this that are easy for him to help me read are his favorites and he keeps telling me “I do” when I ask him who is going to read.

This book does contain some scenes that children may find scary such as the scowls on the Pharoh’s face, the ten plagues, and the mention of death.  These did not bother my zombie loving child, but are worth mentioning.

  We found the stories to be a good length for his attention span as well.  I think the names are the most challenging thing for young readers, names such as: Mordecai and Ananias. Their are some more complex words in this book to challenge older children such as: Isrealites and baptized.  My son enjoyed trying to pronounce these and we made it fun.

At the end of each chapter their is a bit about each of the main characters, helping children not only learn about the story but the person.

This book is religious in nature and has a few quotes from the bible, something we include in our homeschooling lessons. We love this series and think you may too. This book is available on Amazon.

 

 

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