Books for Young Readers [August 2019]

Here’s a look at some new resources from Zondervan this month for your family:

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*The Berenstain Bears: The Trouble with Tryouts

Emily (age 10): Sister Bear was a very good soccer player. There were soccer tryouts but everyone at the tryouts laughed at her because she was so small even though she was the best soccer player around. The coach started her off the manager but everyone threw their stinky towels at the end of the practice. But she let that stop her from playing soccer.
Released: July 23, 2019
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Page Count: 96
Ages: 6-10 years (Grade Level: 1-5)

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*The Coin Slot Chronicles: Arcade and the Golden Travel Guide

Emily (Age 10): This book is about a kid named Arcade. In the first book of the series, he found a magical arcade token. The magical elevator appeared and it could take them to any location in any time period. I liked the notes that helped them along the way. The rest I can not reveal. There were lots of adventure and there is are lots of emotions.
Released: September 10, 2019
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Page Count: 240
Ages: 8 and up (Grade Level: 3-4)

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*Bible Gems to Remember: Devotions for Kids

Melody (age 12): I like this book because it gives you helpful tips to help you grow in your faith, and also because it uses examples from the Bible, quotes that are shown colorfully on the page, and Bible verses. It also shows pictures that go with the devotions. My favorite part is that there is so much power in just a few pages.
Released: August 6, 2019
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Page Count: 192 pages
Ages: 8-12 years (Grade Level: 3 – 7)


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*Bible Gems to Remember: Illustrated Bible

Melody (age 12): I like that it has a lesson from the Bible story, with the verse, and then the Bible story, with colorful pictures. At the end, it also shows more verses related to the topic, which I also like. My favorite part is the lesson at the beginning because it tells you what you should be able to take away from the story.
Released: August 6, 2019
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Page Count: 320 pages
Ages: 4-8 years
Grade Level: Preschool-3

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*One Big Heart

Melody (age 12): I like that it compares how we can be different yet alike at the same time. We are each unique, but our human nature is what binds us together. We were made by God and He is inside of us. I like the playful, colorful illustrations. The colors are very vibrant. I like how when it says, ” Our faces make a rainbow.” it uses rainbow colors.
Released: August 6, 2019
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Page Count: 32 pages
Ages: 4-8 years
Grade Level: Preschool-3

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*The One & Only Wolfgang

Emily (age 10): This book is about a family of all types of animals. It includes very big dogs, very small dogs, pigs and rabbits too! It shows funny illustrations. I liked that it shows us that we can be a part of a family even if we aren’t all the same.
Released: September 3, 2019
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Page Count: 32 pages
Ages: 4-8 years
Grade Level: Preschool-3

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OTHER REVIEWS

The Berenstain Bears: The Trouble with Tryouts – Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Christianbook | Goodreads
The Coin Slot Chronicles: Arcade and the Golden Travel Guide – Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Goodreads | Christianbook
Bible Gems to Remember: Devotions for Kids – Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Christianbook | Goodreads
Bible Gems to Remember: Illustrated Bible – Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Christianbook | Goodreads
One Big HeartAmazon | Barnes and Noble | Christianbook | Goodreads
The One & Only Wolfgang – Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Christianbook | Goodreads

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