Nkjv The Explorers Study Bible Lthsoft Leather
Seeking God's Treasure and Living His Word
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Nkjv The Explorers Study Bible Lthsoft
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A full New King James Version Study Bible just for kids. Incredible study helps include maps, keyword verses, interesting Bible facts, dictionary/concordance, and more�all designed to bring God�s Word�its people, places, events, and message�into a kid�s world! It�s full of fascinating features that make the Bible fun to read and explore, entertaining to learn about, and easy to study and understand.
Colourful pages are full of special features:
WordDecoders: "Compass" to the meaning of Bible terms
Discoveries: Experience living in Bible times
Bible Treasures: Learn wisdom from the lessons learned by Bible characters
Digging In: Find rich treasures in story backgrounds, the meaning of key passages, and more
Mystery Solved: Answers to the most asked questions about the Word
Nkjv The Explorers Study Bible Lthsoft by Thomas Nelson was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2010 and is our 24193rd best seller. The ISBN for Nkjv The Explorers Study Bible Lthsoft is 9781400316687.
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Are there any full-colour page illustrations of well known stories in this Bible please?
Yes, The Explorer's Study Bible features 64 full-colour pages with articles that bring the Bible to life.
Could you tell me what age child this Bible is for please?
The Explorer's Study Bible is aimed at children aged 8-12 years.
Details for Nkjv The Explorers Study Bible Lthsoft
|Page last updated||14th September 2015|
|Author / Artist||Thomas Nelson|
|Book Format||Leather / fine binding|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||1440|