The book is well-made and beautifully illustrated. The book is broken into three main sections (think, act, and be). Each of those main sections cover a number of great topics including salvation, eternity, surrender, and the fruits of the spirit.
The devotionals are very short. They have a short verse, an application section, and then a short prayer. Most are only 1, sometimes 2 pages long. The font is very easy to read. My son is a 2nd grader and can read a section aloud within a couple of minutes.
Due to the shortness of each devotional, I think this is perfect for those wanting to introduce daily Bible reading into the lives of their younger children. For established devotional routines, this may be too simplified and short for a stand alone devotional time, but could be a great way to quickly start the day before school, etc.
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