Sunday, February 7, 2016

The Play-Along Bible: Imagining God's Story Through Motion and PlayThe Play-Along Bible: Imagining God's Story Through Motion and Play by Bob Hartman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Play-Along Bible inspires children’s imaginations while growing their understanding of and love for God’s Word. Through simple hand motions, facial expressions, verbal exclamations, and funny noises, kids can participate and respond to God’s amazing story. Whether it’s acting out the dawn of creation by making a funny fish face or belting out a giant roar while pretending to be a ferocious beast in Daniel’s lions’ den, kids will encounter hundreds of fun ways to actively engage with the Bible. Using this fresh and easy, multi-sensory approach, you’ll be surprised how well your child will recall and absorb the Scriptures. Adding to the experience are delightful full-color illustrations from British artist Susie Poole.

I found the book to be in some ways much too simple, however then I had to consider that this book was intended for children three to six years old. I found that the book would be perfect for 3-5 year olds, however it might be a bit too simple for 6 and up. The book focuses on just the structure of many bible tales and leaves out the important insides of the story.

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