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Overview A revised edition of this best-selling Bible'with new cover, new interior, and twenty-four full-color, full-page illustrations by Joel Tanis'for kids ages 6-10 This complete text of the New International Reader's Version' comes in single-column format for easy reading and includes twenty-four full-color tip-in pages by artist Joel Tanis. Special features include: ' 'Check It Out': line art sketches and descriptions of what life was like in Bible times ' 'Brain Game': questions reinforcing Bible themes ' 'Soak It Up': key verses highlighted for kids to memorize ' Book Introductions: brief overview of each book
Publishers Description The bestselling NIrV Kids' Study Bible starts early readers off right reading and studying God's Word. This colorful, easy-to-read edition engages kids with its winsome combination of full-color artwork by Joel Tanis and complete NIrV text. And kids will love the simple, fun study aids, designed to help youthful minds explore the Bible in a way that makes it stick. 'Check It Out' helps kids imagine what it was like to live in the times of Moses, David, Jesus, and Paul. 'Brain Game' challenges them with fun questions that bring key Bible truths home. There's plenty more besides, all designed to make Bible study something children love, learn from, and keep as a lifelong habit. With its vivid, full-color pictures and simple language, the bestselling NIrV Kids' Study Bible is the perfect way to get early readers digging into God's Word for the first time. This Bible uses the complete text of the New International Reader's Version (NIrV---the NIV for kids ), written at a third grade reading level. Features include: *Check It Out: sketches and descriptions of what life was like in Bible times *Brain Game: questions to help kids remember important Bible themes *Soak It up: key verses highlighted for kids to memorize *Book Introductions: brief overviews of each book with an outline of key events *Full-color pages illustrated by artist Joel Tanis bring Bible characters and events to life. *Single-column format for easy reading
Community Description Book introductions are written especially for young readers.
- Look At This gives illustrations and descriptions of biblical objects.
- Think about This gets kids thinking about how a Bible passage applies to their own lives.
- Remember this spotlights key memory verses.
- Bible dictionary explains the important Bible words.
- Life in New Testament Times tells kids what it was like to live when Jesus lived. Full-color artwork makes Bible stories come alive.
"Excellent for Homeschool Use"
NIrV New International Reader's Version
* The easiest translation for kids based on the most read, most trusted NIV
* Written at a third grade reading level, the NIrV translation uses simple, short words and sentences that are easy for kids ages 6-10 to understand
* Great for beginning readers, first-time Bible readers, and readers for whom English is a second language
This revised edition of the best-selling NIrV Kids' Study Bible uses the complete text of the New International Reader's Version. (NIrV-the NIV for kids!) written at a third grade reading level. The single-column format, for easy reading, makes this a perfect first study Bible for young readers. A new interior design, updated study helps, and twenty-four, kid-friendly, full-color tip-in pages by artist Joel Tanis are great for keeping kids ages six to ten engaged in a time of personal Bible study.
* "Check It Out": line art sketches and descriptions of what life was like in Bible times
* "Brain Game": questions that help kids remember Bible themes
* "Soak It Up": key verses are highlighted for kids to memorize
* Book introductions: brief overview of each book with an outline of key events
* Single-column format with multi-color interior
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.75" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.75" Weight: 2.3 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2004
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 031070801X ISBN13 9780310708018 UPC 025986708016
Bible Binding: Hardcover Color: Full Color Point/Type Size: 9.00 Version: NIRV Introduction: Yes - Features Introduction! Illustrations: Yes - Contains Illustrations Presentation Bible: Yes
Reviews - What do customers think about NIrV Kids Study Bible (Revised)-HC?
Wonderful Children's Bible! Jan 18, 2007
This NIrV Bible has been a great addition to our household. It is very easy to understand without changing the stories or context whatsoever. The pictures are unobtrusive, and additional facts and information are scattered throughout. The print is neither too large, nor too small. this site lists this version for ages 4-8, but I have to admit, I enjoy reading it. I think it can easily appeal to older kids as well. Having grown up with the King James Version, I find this Bible to help me better understand all of those little "hmmm, what exactly does that mean?" type questions. I wish I had had something like this when I was growing up. It helps make the Bible much more understandable. This makes a wonderful introduction to the Bible for small children, and helps older kids get a better understanding and handle on some of the more difficult to comprehend parts.
Easy to read and very attractive presentation for young children! Jan 9, 2007
We got this Bible for our daughter in 1st grade, who devours books at the 3rd grade reading level of this book. She (and we) wanted a full text Bible instead of a story bible, and she had been struggling with our old Young Reader's Bible RSV, which is at 8th-grade level. So we got her this NIrV Kid's Study Bible: the sentences are short, the vocabulary easy, and she really enjoys reading it, as well as the extra helps like the memory verses and thought questions. The only drawback is the illustrations. While they are cute, like children's drawings, they are not necessarily placed with the stories they represent, and we would have liked more of them. When she's a little older, we will get her the 8th-grade-level Crossway Children's Bible ESV--my favorite translation plus 200 very colorful lifelike illustrations, a truly beautiful book.
Great Kid's Bible Sep 27, 2005
Last year I attended a Cub Scout religious emblem program with my boy. The church that was hosting the classes had bought these for their Sunday School classes. I had brought an old Good News Bible, which when I was growing up I thought was one of the most readable modern translations. However, the NIrV was clearly easier to understand for the kids. Now, my wife is teaching 4th grade Sunday School, so I have ordered a couple of these for her and my boys to use.
Only thing I don't like about NIV and NIrV is there is not an edition with the apocrypha. I am Episcopalian, and we use the apocrypha some. However, it turns out that it isn't used much at all in the kids' Sunday School. So, I don't think it will be a problem.
Easy Reading Sep 14, 2005
This purpose of this Bible is to make the Scriptures easy for children to understand. In this regard, the NIrV Kids' Study Bible handily accomplishes this goal. The sentences are short, and difficult vocabulary have been translated into simpler words. Review questions also appear in many sections, which aid in retention of the passage. My eldest daughter has greatly appreciated the Bible background and customs notes, and all our children love the colorful pictures. I highly recommend this Bible for elementary aged children who have at least a basic level of reading ability. I also recommend it for those learning English as their second language.
First true study bible I've seen for children Feb 6, 2005
More than just another NIRV children's Bible from Zondervan this is truly a study Bible for the young. One of the unique features is a lot of bright pictures that appear to be drawn by children. With a very brief introduction before each book, questions scattered throughout to encourage children to think about the lessons behind the stories, and lots of other features it is an excellent choice for children. The Bible ends with a section on life in the New Testament times and a small dictionary.
The only thing I don't like is the placement of the various pictures. For example the pictures of Jesus walking on the water and Peter's vision are both in the pages of the book of Jeremiah. Likewise Zacchaeus Climbing the tree is in the pages of Ezekiel. This can be confusing to a child when the pictures are in the wrong books. Even with this caveat it is more than just a readable children's Bible, it teaches children how to study, think about what they have read, and find additional information using the dictionary. The Kids Study Bible: New International Readers Version is highly recommended as a first Study Bible for young children.