The NIrV Sequin Bible

Sequin Bible, NIrVTitle: The NIrV Sequin Bible
Publisher: ZonderKidz
ISBN: 978-0-310-74500-6

“With a trendy design embellished with sequins and sparkle, the NIrV Sequin Bible helps you   express your style wherever you go – home, church, school, and everywhere in between!” the back of the gift box states.

Targeted toward girls six to ten years old who want their special “bling” Bible that is different from anyone else, this one arrives in a hot pink sturdy box with a clear window showing the Bible’s front cover.

On its cover is a red and black ladybug designed by tiny sequins. The canvas cover has pink, white, and orange flowers with silver glitter on the front and back jacket. When handling, it is noted the glitter does wear off and sticks to one’s hands and clothes.

At eleven hundred and fifty-two pages, the hardbound Bible is the New International Readers Version geared for more simplistic viewing. With its flex-cover, the book can lay flat to read when opened. Although the print is small and the paper is thin so words bleed through, inside hot pink flaps are eye-catching.

Typical of the NIvR, this contains several pages about the particular version, both the Old and New Testaments, a dictionary, and a list of ninety-two great Bible stories by title and book location. In the verses, large numbers are numerical, not written out, some key language is omitted, and antiquated pronouns such as thee and thou are changed.

If a young girl is into having a “cute and pretty” Bible to carry around, this choice would be ideal, hoping she would open it often to read and study God’s Word. For girls who like bright, flashy products and need a visual aide, it would make a nice gift.

Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Thanks to Zondervan for furnishing this complimentary book in exchange for a review based on the reader’s honest opinion.

This review will be posted on BookLook Bloggers, DeeperShopping, and Amazon with links on Bookfun.org, Godinterest, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.

GRAMMARLY was used to check for errors in this review.

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