Miracles of Jesus (I Can Read! / Adventure Bible) ~ Juvenile Fiction Review

I Can Read! Level 2 / Adventure Bible
Juvenile Fiction (ages 4-8)

Miracles of Jesus is a level two I Can Read! based on the NIV Adventure Bible. In it, young readers read about how great God’s love is for all people. At this read-alone level, newly independent readers follow Jesus as he travels, spreading the Good News of his Father’s love. Along the way, Jesus shows in wondrous ways just how powerful God’s love is when he brings health back to a young girl and a long-suffering woman, and how he gives comfort to thousands of believers with a delicious meal as well as the precious word of God.

Written for the newly independent reader, vocabulary and content is at a more advanced reading level, making this series appropriate for children almost ready for their first chapter books.

This I Can Read! series of Bible stories makes use of the unique features found in the NIV Adventure Bible such as “People in Bible Times” and “Words to Treasure”.

Content aligns with the Common Core Standards for informational reading.

My Thoughts

I had the distinct pleasure of having one of my sweet grands read Miracles of Jesus with me. The book hightlights two of Jesus' miracles; Jairus' Daughter and Feeding Five Thousand. I so enjoyed hearing the story told from my sweet one's mouth. Such a blessing to have them be able to read with confidence about the miracles that Jesus performed.

Since it is taken from the Adventure Bible the illustrations by David Miles are wonderful. I especially like the facial expressions. Good pictures combined with an engaging story make for the perfect reading for a wiggly kiddo.

My grand is an eight year old and was able to read this with confidence. I did have to help with the pronunciation of  Jairus and Galilee but other than that everything was smooth. When we read it again a couple of days later it was perfect. If you have a new reader that is ready to move on to the next step this is great book to help them work on their skills.

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