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    Bring your favorite scriptural heroes to life with this fun family ABC book! Discover the amazing men and women God inspired to do great things in His name, from A for Adam to Z for Zacharias. Colorful and entertaining, this book is the perfect way to teach alphabet letters and Bible lessons at the same time!

    Heidi Poelman is the author of A is for Abinadi: An Alphabet Book of ScriptureHeroes, A Mother's Greatest Gift, The Two-Minute Marriage Project: Simple Secrets for Staying in Love, and the upcoming books I Can Love Like Jesus and A Is forAdam: An Alphabet Book of Scripture Heroes. Heidi received her degrees in communication from Brigham Young University (BA) and Wake ForestUniversity (MA). She lives in Utah with her husband and three children.Maggie Coburn loves drawing and storytelling. She has her BA in anthropology from UC Santa Cruz (where she discovered the amazing art form that is scientific illustration), and her MFA in traditional illustration from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. She lives with her husband and son inCalifornia.

    Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:
    Mebane, NC

    Good idea for a book but artwork not my favorite

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    I love doing book reviews of scriptural children's books. I was excited for this book which is an "Alphabet Book of Bible Heroes." It really is a cute idea.



    The descriptions of each story were good. The letters were usually a person, a name for Christ, or a principle of the gospel. The stories were well-told and accurate, except for Jonah being swallowed by a whale. We don't know it was a whale, but perhaps that is the only "w" word the author could think of.



    The artwork to me left a lot to be desired. It just didn't sit well with me. It was kind of silly and exaggerated, and did not fit the spiritual tone of the book at all. Each page also had modern items on it that were the same letter as the main word on each page. That could have been creative, but it wasn't working for me at all.



    I think the book in itself is a great idea and it is well-written. It is worth reading, and perhaps you will like the art more than I did.