Kingdom Files- A Book Review by Lydia

Kingdom Files

by: Matt Koceich

 

About the Book: Who was David?

whoisdavidWhat do you know about David?

Was he:
. . .a shepherd boy turned king?
. . .a faithful harp player?
. . .a brave giant slayer?
. . .all of the above?

Journey along with David in a field of sheep, in the presence of a towering giant, in the very center of God’s amazing power!

This biblically accurate story of David, created just for the kids in your life, explores the life of this shepherd boy turned king, while drawing 8- to 12-year-olds into a fascinating time and place as they learn about this faithful harp player and courageous giant slayer. Featuring three key sections—a Fact File, an Action File, and a Power File—kids will enjoying learning about the life of David while coming to understand that an ancient Bible story really does apply to their lives today. Dozens of captivating line art pieces add depth and interest to every chapter.

Purchase link: https://www.amazon.com/Kingdom-Files-Who-Was-David/dp/1683226283

 

About the Book: Who was Esther?

whowasestherWhat do you know about Esther?

Was she:
. . .the beautiful Queen of Persia?
. . .the woman who hid her Jewish heritage from the king?
. . .the courageous one who risked her life to save her people?
. . .all of the above?

Journey along with Esther in a luxurious Persian palace, in the presence of a powerful king, in the very center of God’s amazing power!

This biblically accurate story of Esther, created just for the kids in your life, explores the life of the beautiful Queen of Persia, while drawing 8- to 12-year-olds into a fascinating time and place as they learn about the woman who hid her Jewish heritage from the king and ultimately risked her life to save her people. Featuring three key sections—a Fact File, an Action File, and a Power File—kids will enjoying learning about the life of Esther while coming to understand that an ancient Bible story really does apply to their lives today. Dozens of captivating line art pieces add depth and interest to every chapter.

Purchase link: https://www.amazon.com/Kingdom-Files-Who-Was-Esther/dp/1683226291

Also Available:

Who is Jesus?
Who is Mary, the mother of Jesus?
Who is David?
Who is Daniel?

Lydia’s Thoughts:

I really enjoyed the books. You can learn a lot from the books. I really like the way the books are written. It tells you exactly what happened. It tells you exactly every second what happens in the character’s life and how God used them. You feel like you’re a detective learning about how God used them. I enjoy reading about these character in these books. I like how the back pages talk about what you can learn from these books. I think the clue boxes are interesting how it explains what is happening. I hope to read more.

Mom’s Thoughts:

First of all, the covers are appealing and the colors are eye-catching. I loved the manila folder/detective file look. They contain a simple fact file with Key stats and a mini timeline to help the child place the story in history. The book not only gives children the story in an easy to read format, it also gives them an application as a “Power Up” and a history lesson along the way. The stories are accurate to the Biblical telling. My only negative is that these books are not KJV, which means that the scripture verses used are worded differently.

About the Author:

mattkoceich

Matt Koceich is the author of the Imagine series, a brand new, epic Bible adventure for kids. He lives in Mansfield, Texas with his wife Cindi and their four children.

 

 

I received a copy of these books from the publisher. A review was not required. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

One thought on “Kingdom Files- A Book Review by Lydia

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s