The Candle Classic Bible Review

The Candle Classic Bible

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The Candle Classic Bible – Book Review

Are you looking for a Children’s Bible that is theologically accurate yet written at a level that will engage your elementary-school aged readers? If so, I’d like to introduce you to The Candle Classic Bible – a beautifully written and illustrated book filled with 365 Bible stories that your child will love!

Technically speaking, The Candle Classic Bible is not a “real” Bible – that is, it does not contain the full text of the Old and New Testaments. However, it’s a perfect tool to introduce young readers (and listeners) to the stories of the Bible in a way they can understand!

The Candle Classic Bible takes young readers on a journey through the Bible through the retelling of 365 of the most important and best-loved Bible stories of all times. These stories will prepare young minds and young hearts for their first “real” Bible when the time is right!

There are several things that I like about The Candle Classic Bible:

  • There is a Bible story included for every day of the year!
  • Each story is divided into easy-to-read sections with catchy titles.
  • Each story contains the Bible reference for further exploration.
  • The beautiful illustrations capture your child’s attention!

The first 261 stories are dedicated to The Old Testament. The remaining stories come from the New Testament.

Proverbs 22:6 says:

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

The Candle Classic Bible will help your child to learn God’s word at an early age and to hide God’s word in his or her heart!

This book is perfect for gift-giving as well!

For More Information:

  • Visit Kregel Publications.
  • Visit Amazon.

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from Kregel Publications for review purposes. I was not compensated or required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.


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13 Responses to “The Candle Classic Bible Review”

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  1. Checking in from the Kid Lit Blog Hop – this does look like a great gifting option! Thanks for recommending 🙂

  2. David Wiley says:

    This would be very good to have. What age range would you say this is good for? I teach K-5th grade students on Sundays at my church as would be interested in recommending something like this to their parents.

    • Create With Joy
      Twitter: CreateWithJoy1

      Hi David,

      According to the publisher, the book is targeted for children ages 8 to 10. I think this would be perfect for the age range you are teaching, however! These stories are perfect for reading to younger children and are very engaging for children who are learning to read and discovering the Bible for the first time!

  3. Cheryl Carpinello
    Twitter: ccarpinello

    I always like to share the stories in the Bible with the little guys. Thanks for sharing this version. Cheryl, Hop Hostess

  4. This book sounds like it also could help Mums like me who need help introducing and explaining some of the stories to young kids.

  5. Lisa notes says:

    Sounds like a great way to keep children involved in learning the stories of the Bible. Thanks for your review.

  6. Pamela says:

    I love how many stories there are in one book. So many feature the “favorite few” and I never feel the children get the full scope of Scripture. Great review!

  7. Mommynificent
    Twitter: mommynificent

    Having a bit of a Children’s Bible obsession, I was very excited to read this review! I can’t wait to get my hands on this one! 🙂 Thanks for sharing it at Booknificent Thursday! Looking forward to seeing what you have to share this week!

  8. Reshama
    Twitter: Stackingbks

    Its great that there are so many stories in it. I think it keeps the children reading, its a great place to go to find new material to read and also its illustrated! That in my book is the key to a good children’s book 🙂 Thanks for sharing on the Kid Lit Blog Hop!

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