How to be a Bible Beauty

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How to be a Bible Beauty

Catherine MacKenzie

Pages: 128
Trim: Trade paperback (198 x 130mm)
Isbn 13: 9781781915783
List Price: £5.99
Imprint: CF4Kids
Read to me: age 5-7
Read myself: age 8-11
Category: Children > 8-12 Year Olds > Bible Teaching

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Some people want to look beautiful, wearing the best clothes, with gorgeous hair, and pretty jewellery. But is that what beauty is all about? Anna was devoted to God and longed to meet the promised Messiah. Leah realised that skin beauty was not as important as trusting in God for your salvation and Dorcas showed her true beauty by showing God's love to others. All these stories and others like them are in the Bible. These Bible beauties can teach us how to be women of God, people with an eternal beauty that is more than skin deep!

About Catherine MacKenzie

Catherine MacKenzie has written several biographies for young teens in the Trailblazers series as well as other titles for younger children. She lives in Scotland and has several nieces and nephews - a perfect practice audience!

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... a great resource to help girls understand the biblical standard of beauty. It's also a fun read!

Each chapter begins with a fun multiple choice quiz, explains the life of the woman being highlighted, then moves into application. There is a section on Beauty Tips which covers a biblical concept relating to beauty and includes related Scripture verses to read. There is also a section on Godly Beauty, which helps girls apply the concept being covered. This begins with a verse, and includes an application and passages to look up. Think About Jesus shows the manner in which Christ displayed the type of beauty being examined. There are more verses to look up in this section.

This would be a great read aloud for girls ages 5-8, and a good devotional or fun read for independent readers up until about age 11.

Danika Cooley, Blogger, curriculum developer, mother and writer.

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