Monday, April 11, 2016

Paul Meets Jesus

Paul Meets Jesus 
 Published March 1st 2016
 by Zonderkidz 
Paul disliked the followers of Jesus. He worked very hard to hurt anyone who loved him. He even tried to throw them all in jail. But one day Jesus met him on the road to Damascus. Find out what happened next to Paul in this Level 2 I Can Read written and illustrated in the style of the bestselling NIV Adventure Bible.
Say with your mouth, "Jesus is Lord."
Believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead.  
Then you will be saved. 
     ~Romans 10:9 
My Thoughts:
This is a wonderful book for children. 
The I Can Read series is designed to improve a child's reading and comprehension. 
They have developed 5 levels of reading to help with this.  This story is a a level 2.
It is a book designed to read with help.  It has easy to read and understandable language, but with longer sentences.   
This is a wonderful way to introduce people of the Bible to young children.
The beautiful pictures enhance a child's imagination as to the life and times of the stories.  This is a wonderful way to introduce God's word to young children and at the same time assist them in developing better reading skills.  
The book is designed to introduce Saul/Paul to a young child.  It tells the story of how Saul/Paul was a chosen one and how he changed after he became a Christian.  
The book is approximately 32 pages in length. 
Comes in paperback measuring 9X6 inches which is perfect for small hands.  
The very back page is dedicated to further explaining who Saul/Paul was and some of the things he did.  
I think this is the perfect book for any young child.  Not only does it encourage reading, but it also helps them to learn biblical teachings in easy to understand stories.  This would also be helpful in a church Sunday school class.  
I would recommend it to anyone. 
*I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLoook Bloggers book review program.  I was not  required to write a positive review.  The opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255. 

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