Thursday, April 14, 2016


The “NIrV Kid’s Quest Study Bible” was sent to me by Zonderkidz – a division of Zondervan Publishing – free of charge, in exchange for my honest review.

First of all, the NIrV is patterned after the NIV, but much easier to read.  Each book begins with “Who wrote this book?”, “Why was this book written?”, “What happens in this book?”, “What do we learn about God in this book?” “Who is important in this book?”, and, “When did this happen?”…all questions to familiarize and prepare you to understand what you are about to read. I also like that there are “Kid’s Questions” and “Quest Challenges”.  For example, the last “Kid’s Question” at the end of Revelation is, “Why can’t we put new books into the Bible?” Also, included after Revelation is a dictionary and a topical index…help when studying God’s Word.

I do like this Bible and would recommend it for young to older teens.

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