Bible Review: On-My-Own Reader Bible

If your primary-grade child wants to read the Bible independently or desires to read the Word in Sunday School, here is a good version. Developed by an educator and child development specialist, this Bible contains 75 stories from the Old and New Testaments, written for young readers.

51BrmZcTRtL._SX316_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgColorful illustrations, Scripture references, and memory verses with each story make this a resource that could be used in family Bible study as well. Younger children will enjoy the that accompany each story, while parents can use the Bible references to find more in-depth information to share. Everyone in the family can learn the simple verse for each story. The list of Bible verses on the concluding pages of this Bible is a handy way to review as desired.

Earlier Bibles in this NLT series include the Touch-and-See Bible, Flap-and-Tab Bible, and Play-and-Learn Bible. After this On-My-Own Bible, learners can read the One Way Bible independently. Each of these is available through local Christian bookstores or here at

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