Who’s Who & Where’s Where in the Bible for Kids by Stephen M. Miller

Who’s Who & Where’s Where in the Bible for Kids
Stephen M. Miller
Barbour Publishing (2006)
ISBN 9781597892278
Reviewed by Regan Zaborowski (age 8) for Reader Views (2/08)


I read this book, “Who’s Who & Where’s Where in the Bible for Kids,” with my mom when it was time for my Bible class every day.  It has a lot of different stories about people and places that we read about in the Bible.  The stories are short.  They tell lots of cool things about the people that lived back then and where the places were.  I was surprised because a lot of the places the book talked about are real places.  But they have different names today.  I thought that the places were just made up but I found out they are real.

The best part of the book was looking at the pictures.  There are lots of them.  Every story has pictures.  The cartoon pictures were funny, too.  If there were no pictures in the book, it would have been boring.  But I liked the pictures a lot.

The book was kind of hard for me to read by myself, so my mom and I read it together.  We read a little every day.  I always wanted her to read more.  I love to read about history, it’s my favorite subject, so I liked that part.  My favorite stories were about Deborah, because she was a soldier and very brave, and Samson because he was so strong.  He could kill a lion with only his hands and even push over a building.  I didn’t like Delilah, because she cut his hair because she wanted money and then Samson wasn’t strong anymore and he got hurt.

I liked “Who’s Who & Where’s Where in the Bible for Kids” very much.


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