I enjoyed the NKJV FaithGirlz Bible because it is very tween/teen friendly and has notes and stories in it that correspond with the verses around it. Certain verses are also recognized and labeled “Treasure This”, to suggest memorization and application for girls. There are also “Dream Girl” sections, which give one an idea of what it might be like to be in a story in the Bible. Another feature is entitled “Bring It On”–these are some quizzes to help a girl to get to know herself; they go over things like “Do you like to help others?” vs. “Is it a challenge for you to help others?”. At the beginning of each book there is an introductory page with questions and answers such as: “Who wrote it?”, “Where does it take place?”, “Bad guys to watch for”, and so on. Also, there is a section in the back of the Bible for taking notes, and a few pages that explained money value in biblical times and so forth. I enjoyed all the color and fun in reading parts of it, although the print is a little on the small side. Another nice quality in this is that the author includes a 365 day long checklist for reading the Bible in a year. Overall, I very much enjoyed this Bible and would recommend it to tween and teenage girls.
Thank you to Thomas Nelson and their Book Look bloggers program for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review. All opinions are my own and were not required to be positive.