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NIRV KIDS QUEST STUDY BIBLE HB: Real Questions, Real Answers (New International Readers Version) Hardcover – 1 Aug 2005

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Product details

  • Hardcover: 1696 pages
  • Publisher: AUTHENTIC; Revised edition edition (1 Aug. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0310708788
  • ISBN-13: 978-0310708780
  • Product Dimensions: 14.3 x 4.1 x 21.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,394,974 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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We bought this for our grandson. He absolutely loves it. He had a first Bible and was ready for the next level.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Bible for Young Readers 6 Dec. 2008
By Mitch and Gayle - Published on
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We have purchased this Bible for each of our kids when they reached an age when they could read well. We just gave the latest copy to our daughter in kindergarten as a reward when she reached a reading goal in school.

We love this Bible for the following reasons:
1. The NIrV is a great translation for our kids because it is accurate, readable (3rd grade reading level) and it is quite similar to the NIV - which is the version my wife and I use and the one our pastor preaches from
2. It is a real study Bible -- not a kid's abridged story Bible. Each book includes a brief introduction (who wrote the book, why was it written, what happens, etc.) and contains the full text of the Bible.
3. The text is easy to read and the look is inviting and interesting so that our kids read and look through it on their own (text is blue and red).
4. It includes questions and Biblical answers to a wide range of questions kids ask. For example, "What is a parable?" and "What is so bad about cheating in sports?"
5. It is a Bible that our kids will continue to grow with (at least, until teenagers, probably).
6. It is good for both boys and girls. We have found that a Bible cover is helpful to add that personal touch (e.g. camouflage for our son and pink for our daughter).

In summary, we love this Bible and think it is a great Bible to help your kids gain a passion for studying God's Word...
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great translations with a caveat. 29 Dec. 2014
By J. Fisher - Published on
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As far as the bible text is concerned it's a surprisingly good translation. Much better than the NIV.
But as with EVERY study bible, the notes are not inspired. A parent needs to be part of their child's bible study.
The questions and answers in this bible have some problems. One example is that in their explanation of The Trinity they make a very common theological error called modalism.
But if a parent is involved when you come across errors like this they are God given opportunities to teach and correct. Don't shelter your children from heresy. In life they will come across heresy being taught. Better it be under your supervision in a controlled situation where you can use the opportunity to show them how the mistake was made and to teach them the truth.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars AMAZING BIBLE!!! 19 Jun. 2012
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I have around 6 Children's Bibles that I have bought for my children over the years but My daughter whom is 8 was really ready for something more than just your "most popular" Bible story's told in a very condensed "short story" format. I wanted her to actually read scripture and learn how to look up scriptures as well as be able to read the bible and understand it. The Quest is AMAZING!! It is so easy to navigate and so easy for a child to understand. She has the Just for Me! The Bible Study guide that I have her read from and then look up the questions from the Scriptures in the Quest. The Quest has questions at the bottom of of the Pages with additional scriptures to look up to help understand "why". For instance it says in Job, " How come God makes storms with Lightning and Thunder. It give reasons for Lightning and Thunder and then tells you to read Job 36:29-37:13. My daughter Does One study in about 10-15 minutes and she never seems bored or never finishes a study and doesn't understand it. I LOVE the Quest and plan on getting my 2 year old boy "My First Quest" for his birthday.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for the young gospel-hungry reader 9 Mar. 2010
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Five years ago I bought one (an earlier edition) for my son, and recently, I bought this edition for my younger daughter who's in Kindergarten, as a reward for her milestone in reading. My son who's had it for 5 years has been reading it EVERYDAY. He fell in love with it from day one. He is almost 10 years old now, and although he has already graduated into NIV, he still enjoys reading the kid-friendly little comics and "commentaries" throughout the bible. The NIrV is easy to read and also easy to understand when being read to. I like it because it is not a book of bible stories -- it follows the exact arrangement of the "grown-up" bible, with all the OT and NT books. To me, the paraphrasing is reasonably careful and accurate verse-for-verse. At the beginning of each book, it gives a brief introduction about the author, background, main characters, purpose and so on, to guide the young reader. My son tells me that the text in this edition is identical to that of his edition, but the pictures have changed, and the letters have changed from plain black to red and blue.

My daughter, who has just begun to read, feels proud to have the same bible as her brother's. Now their favorite past-time is to open their bibles to compare and talk about the contents together. It costs a bit more because of the hard cover, but with the heavy daily use, I'd say it is worth the investment.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Classroom Bible 30 Dec. 2013
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My older elementary Sunday school students connect with this Bible and it's features: the kid's questions, intro to each chapter, dictionary and topical index. It's very usable. As a Certified Christian Educator I recognize the over-simplifications (i.e., Moses wrote the Pentateuch). But elementary age children are concrete thinkers and I'm not bothered by the publisher's choices. This resource helps us encourage these young people to become life-long learners, hence they'll encounter the more complex circumstances in due time.
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