Miracles of Jesus is a level three I Can Read! based on the NIV Adventure Bible, the number one Bible for kids. Through engaging illustrations and age-appropriate vocabulary, young readers will follow Jesus on his travels as he heals the sick and spreads the Good News of his Father’s love. Written for the newly independent reader, this series is appropriate for children almost ready for their first chapter books.
This particular book details the miracles of Jairus' daughter, the woman with the issue of blood, and the feeding of the 5,000 (one of only two miracles to be in all four gospels.) The pictures are engaging, and the words very appropriate for a level three reader. (I often find the levels are way off, but these seemed to match my two six-year-old boys in their reading ability.) While my boys needed help with a few of the names, generally, it was a book that challenged them but that they could read on their own.
We are owners of the Adventure Bible and this is the third reader I have been given the opportunity to read. Click here to check out my review on God's Great Creation and Moses Leads the People. This one was equally well-received by kindergarten boys and is a welcome edition to our library.
Booklook Bloggers provided me with a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.