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The Unofficial Bible for Minecrafters: Stories from the Bible Told Block by Block Paperback – Illustrated, 16 Oct 2015
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"Wonderful book! Wow! With the huge popularity of Minecraft... It is wonderful to see a Bible book written and illustrated with simplicity. Humour and meaningful messages that children can relate to." -- Amazon.com reviewer
"I witnessed my 9 year old curled on the coach reading the Bible stories for at least an hour - without any prompting." -- Amazon.com reviewer
"I was blown away... This book will be sure to provide endless hours of entertainment for my kids." -- Amazon.com reviewer
"My 11 year old daughter... admitted that she enjoyed reading the Bible stories in this format because they were more enjoyable and relatable than other children's Bibles she has read." --Amazon.com reviewer
About the Author
Authors Chris Miko and Garrett Romines are both involved in primary school education in the United States, and in providing educational camps, workshops and curriculum around interactive classes such as LEGO® Robotics and Minecraft. Chris founded The Advanced Learning Project, an educational services company.
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But apart from that I was wrong - the kids are absolutely besotted by it, mainly because they are on-line mine-crafters.
The selection of stories was a bit weird too - book of Esther, lots of parables of Jesus, yet no Daniel in the lions den - no matter, the children are totally sold on it, they're learning Bible stories, and it's a brilliant idea.
If you have kids between 5 and 10 and they know Minecraft buy this book!
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