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Thursday, September 24, 2009
My Everyday Promise Bible (Religion/Children's)
Released September 2009
Reviewed by Tracy Farnsworth
Filled with bright, happy images, MY EVERYDAY PROMISE BIBLE takes 365 Biblical quotes and provides children with a topic to ponder every day of the year. The writing is suitable to the younger reader and colorful pictures enhances each daily devotional.
Topics included in the thought-provoking collection include forming a strong friendship with God, avoiding revenge, dealing with anger and more. For a child with a strong religious upbringing, it's a must have.
My daughter loves looking at books, and she brought something up that left me unable to answer her. While reading some of the pages, she came across the opening that lists the book was printed in India. Her question was why a book from an American publisher is being outsourced for printing to a country with much cheaper labor rates, especially when we personally know many people struggling to find work in the current economy. While this isn't going to enter the minds of younger readers, it did enter the mind of a middle schooler and I honestly didn't have an answer.