Wednesday, January 17, 2018

NIV Journal the Word Bible for Teen Girls Review

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 Reflect, respond, and grow closer to your heavenly Father. With hundreds of journaling prompts and plenty of space for notes, art, and doodles, the NIV Journal the Word™ Bible for Teen Girls provides a place to capture your thoughts while reading Scripture. Journal your feelings, dreams, and hopes. Create art, color, and doodle. However you wish to creatively express yourself, engage with God’s heart and get to know the One who knows and loves you.

Features:
  • Hundreds of thought-provoking questions for teen girls to reflect on and respond to
  • 8-point type size 
  • Lined, wide margins for notes and reflections
  • Thicker white paper for enduring note-taking
  • Full text of the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version (NIV) translation
  • Words of Jesus in red
  • Lays flat in your hand or on your desk
  • Ribbon marker
My Thoughts:

Today, I’m going to tell you about a journaling Bible for teen girls. The design on this Bible is appealing and should be to most teen girls. It’s a hardback Bible with an imitation leather cover. The cover has a shimmering gold background with a flower design on it. The flowers are beautiful pastel colors like two tones of pink, orange and greens. The flowers look like roses. The outside is stunning. I already know the most important part is the inside the cover as it contains the word of God and it’s pretty amazing!

The gilding on the Bible is pink. The ribbon is a darker pink color. I hope you like pink! The headings are also pink. The scripture guide words at the top of the Bible are also pink. The words of Jesus are also in pink! The Bible looks more mature then most Bibles for this age group I have seen. If that makes sense! Its classy looking and most teens wouldn’t need to transition to a more adult version Bible as it doesn’t look childish. Actually, I think this Bible could be appealing to grownups.

The font is nice and the 8-point print size is easy to read. The Bible does lay out flat when you have it open. The Bible has a presentation page along with an index at the front of the Bible. None of the books have an introduction page. At the back there is a Table of Weights and Measures and a Subject Index.

The format is a single column with the margins on the edges of the pages. The margin is a decent size for adding notes or for adding your own art if you like to do that. The page thickness seems a bit thicker than most average Bibles. However, it will bleed through with some medians.

Throughout the Bible there are 465 “Thought Provoking” questions and all in pink.

My only complaint is that it doesn’t have maps or an introduction at the beginning of each book! This is a full size Bible and no maps or introductions! So maybe I’m old school and like the maps and freshening my memory on the historical background of each book.

Overall, this is a lovely Bible that I think it should appeal to many teens. A few other color choices would be nice if you have teen who isn’t so thrilled with the color pink-like a blue or green. I did see one other color choices available and it has a different cover design. The gilding looks white but, the inside looks the same.

I received a free copy of this product from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family. I am disclosing this information accordance with the FTC Regulations.

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