The book is 120 pages long and full of 4-color maps and numerous photos excellent for visual learners. In the front of the book, there’s a key that informs readers and teachers to get to know how to use this book. There are icons such as a sandal which gives information about a Bible Hero, an eye icon for an eyewitness account of someone that saw what happened and tells about it, a word bank that introduces biblical words and definition perhaps not known to a child before, and a clay jar which tells fun facts. A personal favorite of mine is the time line near the back of the book which can tie well into other history studies. The visual appeal is quite high and the book is written in a way children can understand easily.This is an excellent biography and would be a great book to use for book reports, casual reading, or character studies as well as for home, church, or school use. Children will learn all about Paul and get a good look at his many missionary journeys, the places he lived, and so many more things. I’m excited to go through the Life of Paul with both of my children! These books are great for all but well suited for the five to ten year old range.
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