The features help make it more interactive for a young girl. “Dream Girl” helps the reader visualize themselves in the setting or story. “Bring It On” helps the reader learn how to use the bible by giving direction such as “when I feel frustrated and jealous I” and gives some choices. The choice that the reader picks directs them to a bible verse that deals with what they chose. “Oh I Get It” helps explain some things in the bible that might be hard to understand, such as how people lived to be so old.
Each chapter has an introduction that gives a brief overview of what is covered. Purple writing, pink flowers and simple drawings, easy-to-use instructions make this easier for a tween to navigate the bible. I wish this had been around when I was a little girl sitting in church. Some of the sermons can go over a child’s head and instead of keeping a kid busy with coloring books or toys, they might actually read and understand more if they had this bible.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.