Children Learn about the Bible with Museum of the Bible Books Review + Giveaway



Any book that gets the kids excited about the Bible is a book for us. Museum of the Bible just released 4 children’s books and we got to review them! The books include: What’s the Bible All About?, Wild and Wacky Things in the Bible, That’s So Weird 100 Fun and Fascinating Facts about the Bible and Children of the World Storybook Bible. These are just released so you can grab copies now! These would make great stocking stuffers.

What’s the Bible All About

What’s the Bible All About?  was written by Patricia A. Pingry and illustrated by Pablo Pino. This 20 page board book is recommended for ages 2-5.

This book helps given younger children a simple understanding of the Bible. It’s fun to read, makes them more interested in learning more about the Bible and has fun illustrations. While my daughter is a little older, and knows most of what has been discussed in this book it was still a fun little reminder of what the Bible is about.


Wild and Wacky Things in the Bible

Wild and Wacky Things in the Bible was written by  April Lotempio. This paperback book features 160 pages and is recommended for ages 6-9.

My son is a little older than the recommended age but even he found this book fun. The book takes Bible verses, talks about the verse and then includes fun, crazy facts that go along with what the verse was talking about. So not only are they learning about the Bible, they are picking up some fun educational facts too! This was also my favorite book to sit and read with the kids, it really caught their attention.


That’s So Weird!

That’s So Weird! is written by Kathleen Long Bostrom. This paperback book includes 112 pages and  is recommended for ages 5-8.

This was another favorite with the daughter. Who doesn’t love all these fun facts that are included in the book?! It takes stories from the Bible and explains them with fun facts, I think this helps the children understand better. This is definitely and attention grabber. I love how this helped my daughter relate better to stories we have read from the Bible, she kept pointing out all the things we have learned this school year so far.


Children of the World Storybook Bible

Children of the World Storybook Bible is very unique. The illustrations in this book include 256 pages of drawings collected from children all around the globe. The children range in ages 8 to 12. Each page of their drawing includes their  names, ages, and locations.

I absolutely adore this book! Verses from the Bible are written then illustrated by children all over the world! We illustrate Bible verses during our Bible lessons in home school and the kids always enjoy doing this so it was fun to see the art work from other children.


We do daily homeschool Bible lessons and these books have been a fun addition to those lessons. Teaching your children about the Bible and growing their knowledge and love of it doesn’t always come from direct reading of it. These books are fun, educational and ones we will share with others for sure.

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Publisher & Museum of the Bible Information

 Museum of the Bible is an innovative, global, educational institution whose purpose is to invite all people to engage with the Bible. In 2017, Museum of the Bible, which aims to be the most technologically advanced museum in the world, will open its 430,000-square-foot nonprofit museum just three blocks from the Capitol in Washington, D.C. A digital fly-through of the Museum is viewable here.

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How would you like to win 1 of these fun books? Enter the giveaway below and be sure to let me know which book you would love to win. 1 lucky winner will be randomly chosen and receive the book. US only. Giveaway starts 11/7/17 and ends 11/14/17. Be sure to come back daily for more chances to win.

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I received these books from WorthyKids/Ideals for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are always my own.


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    • Angel Shearl on November 6, 2017 at 1:44 pm
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    I would choose Children of the World Storybook Bible because that is the age for my kids. Thank you!

    • Regina on November 12, 2017 at 7:30 am
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    I would want the Storybook Bible. Thanks!!

  1. I would love to have “Wild and Wacky Things in the Bible”! My son is a little older than the age recommendation, but he loves these kinds of books!

    • Diane Buie on November 13, 2017 at 4:49 pm
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    To choose which book to win if I am chosen is a hard choice because they all seem so great! 🙂 But, I think about our church library and of the children who may want to read. So, maybe to draw them into the church library more, I would choose, “wild and wacky things in the Bible”. 🙂 Thanks for a chance to win! It’s very kind.

    • Stephanie Grant on November 13, 2017 at 4:56 pm
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    I would love to win my son the That’s so weird book

    • Merry on November 13, 2017 at 5:24 pm
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    I like the Children of the World Storybook Bible

  2. I love the Children of the World Storybook Bible especially with how children friendly it is, literally! I think the illustrations being done by kids is wonderful!

    • Pamela Sloss on November 13, 2017 at 11:42 pm
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    I would like to win Wild and Wacky Things in the Bible.

    • Tandi Cortez on November 13, 2017 at 11:43 pm
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    I think my kids would enjoy the ‘Children of the World Storybook Bible’.

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