This Bible is designed for the rough play that a little one provides, that much is for sure. With a padded cover and soft rounded corners, the “pages” are reinforced thicker cardboard style with rounded corners and a design meant to minimize the risk of cuts. While I doubt that it would stand up to an infant chewing on it, the recommended age range is two to five, so I’m sure that it is not likely to be a problem.
I took my reader copy and put it to the test with my four year old son, who pulls it out when it is time for Torah study throughout the week, and enjoys that it is his personal “big kid” Bible that he can refer to. As he learns to read, I’m sure that he’ll enjoy it. My seven year old boy could easily use the book as a bedtime story to get the highlights reel of the Bible. Each double-page spread shares a summary of the event with grand artistic paintings, with a reference to where the event is found in Scripture. From the beginning to David, Mary and Joseph to the summary of the Messiah’s ministry, this “reader” Bible for toddlers is meant to entice little ones into reading the Bible for themselves, as well as providing a reminder to parents about how rich history truly is.
I give this book two thumbs up and my seal of approval – a recommended read for sure.
Disclosure: I have received a reviewer copy and/or payment in exchange for an honest review of the product mentioned in this post.