Review of The Comic Book Bible by Rob Suggs

Posted 9 December, 2009 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

About the Book:
The Comic Book Bible has educated and entertained tens of thousands of young readers over the past decade and a half–and now it’s available in a brand-new edition! This colorful book for kids ages 8-12 highlights stories from the entire Bible–from Genesis through Revelation–with fun artwork and age-appropriate text. More than five dozen Bible stories or sections are represented by carefully condensed comic-book “chapters,” and ever page is accompanied by a relevant verse from the King James Version. A great way to get kids into Scripture!

About the Author:
Versatile and relentlessly creative, Rob Suggs has collaborated with Dr. Bruce Wilkinson, Dr. David Jeremiah, Dr. Bill Bright, Lee Strobel, former NFL Head Coach Les Steckel, and other well-known figures. He specializes in finding the speaker’s distinctive voice in prose, as well as communicating his or her message in words that touch the soul. He has collaborated on several New York Times bestsellers; on the Evangelical Christian Press Association’s Inspirational Book of the Year; and on works that have seen nearly two million copies in print.

An award-winning cartoonist, an exciting speaker, and a sought-after consultant, Rob is a one-stop-shop for creative services. Whether it’s a children’s version of a Lee Strobel’s apologetic work, the the Bible in comic form, an NFL head coach’s inside scoop, a how-to manual for parenting, spiritual truth from America’s top teachers–or even a laugh-out-loud collection of Rob’s experiencess growing up–Rob has something for everyone.

My Review:
A wonderful creation for children! Rob Suggs took the stories of the Bible and put them into comic book form, making it a truly remarkable way for children to learn the Bible with out feeling bored. The pictures are drawn perfectly to coincide with the stories of the Bible and Rob Suggs uses the bubble features to show the characters talking. Along with this, he adds a bit of humor to make it even more enjoyable. This gets 5 stars and 2 thumbs up for a creative way to entertain kids at the same time as teaching them about our wonderful Creator.

If you have a child who finds trying to learn the Bible difficult or boring, I recommend you grab a copy of Rob Suggs’ The Comic Book Bible, sit back, and watch them having a great time reading the Bible!!! My kids did!

*Thank you to Barbour Publishing for providing me with a copy of this fun book for review*



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