NIrV Adventure Bible Book of Devotions for Early Readers: Polar Exploration Edition

Grab your parka and compass and get ready for a thrilling trek through God’s Word!

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.
Some of the links on this site are affiliate links. This means if you click on a link and purchase something, I'll receive a small affiliate
commission at no cost to you. Thanks so much for supporting my efforts with this blog!

I received a free copy of this product as a member of Zondervan's Z Blog Squad in exchange for writing a review.  All opinions are my own.

So many devotionals for kids out there require parents to read them aloud, but this fun version is written just with early readers in mind:

I've recently shared reviews on the coordinating storybook and regular Bible that match this devotional. Gv wants to keep them all, but I think of the three, this book is the easiest for me to find space for on the shelf.

Not that the other two books have anything wrong with them, it's just that we already have plenty of story and regular Bibles competing for space on Gv's limited bookshelves.

But this devotional book offers a unique reading for each day, along with loads of other features:

  • Its glossy cover grabs your attention, filled with glacial details.
  • Both the Scripture passages and devotional readings are written at a third-grade reading level.
  • The entire thing is packed full of full-color images of polar animals and icy landscapes, inviting your child to join the frosty adventure.
  • The appendices include both topical and Scripture indexes.
  • There are 365 readings, so each day can be focused on what the Bible has to say about topics like self-esteem, courage, friendship and many more.

Gv most likes all the fun, exciting illustrations slathered upon each page. My favorite part of this book is the fact that it's written at a 3rd-grade reading level, so that new readers can get started with a daily devotional habit without feeling too overwhelmed by a lot of complicated text.

This devotional would make a great addition to your child's personal library. Paired with the matching Bible or standalone, it's sure to engage your sons and daughters and get them thinking about how to apply biblical truths to their own lives.

Pick up a copy here to inspire your little adventurers to live out their faith today!

Have your kids started a devotional habit yet?  I'd love to hear!  Either leave a comment below or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com.

Also, if you don't want to miss a single minute of great tips like this and all the fun around here, be sure to sign up for free updates and then look forward to having each post delivered right to your inbox.