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My Own Keepsake Bible — Edited by Carolyn Larsen: Book review


keepsake-bibleBook review by Val Viljoen

If you are looking out for a children’s bible storybook that offers something a bit different, take a look at My Own Keepsake Bible.

There are 172 stories from the Old and New Testaments, with 95 illustrations to colour-in.

This means of course that kids can personalise the storybook and create a keepsake which they can treasure forever.

Even the cover and page edges can be coloured-in, although there is a colourful loose cover on the book.

Each illustration has a caption and scripture reference, while every story has a key scripture reference. The book has a bookmark ribbon for that special touch.

I consider the stories to be well written for easy understanding and the illustrations tasteful. All round, an excellent Christmas gift!



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