Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Book Review: MOSES LEADS THE PEOPLE

About the Book:
Moses asked God, “Are you sure I am the right man?”

The Israelites are in slavery in Egypt, and God wants Moses to help set them free. But Moses is afraid no one will listen to him. And the Pharaoh is stubborn! He doesn’t want to let God’s people go. Even when God sends many plagues to Egypt, the Pharaoh still says no.

Then God sends the tenth plague. Will Pharaoh finally let God’s people go?

This level 2 I Can Read! book is designed for newly independent readers and is based on the Adventure Bible—the #1 Bible for kids!

My Review:
My daughter and I love to read Bible stories together; she is particularly fond of the story of Jonah and this story, the story of Moses. Together, we have read Moses Leads the People several times and on her own time, my daughter has picked up her copy. Each time, I can tell that she is truly enjoying the pictures and figuring out the words for herself. 

I was excited to find I Can Read books that were Bible stories. My daughter has read other books from this series but I felt that the Bible stories were more edifying for her since she'd work on her reading skills while going over Bible stories. I found the level of this book to be very age appropriate. One thing I didn't like was the fact that the illustrations were dark. All throughout the book, dark colors were incorporated and I felt that for a children's book, lighter, brighter colors should have been used. 

I received a copy of Moses Leads the People from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my honest review. 
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