Thursday, September 17, 2015

The Biggest Story: How The Snake Crusher Brings Us Back To The Garden” book review & giveaway #BIGGESTSTORY #FlyBy

Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): Many thanks to Propeller Consulting, LLC for providing this prize for the giveaway. Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.
                                            Hardcover: 132 pages
                                            Publisher: Crossway
                                            Ages 5-8 (read to me)
                                            Ages 8-11 (read to myself)

In The Biggest Story, Kevin DeYoung - a best-selling author and father of six - leads kids and parents alike on an exciting journey through the Bible, connecting the dots from the garden of Eden to Christ's death on the cross to the new heave and new earth.  With powerful illustrations by award-winning artist Don Clark, this imaginative retelling of the Bible's core message-how the Snake Crusher brings us back to the garden-will draw children into the biblical story, teaching them that God's promises are even bigger and better than we think.


We love reading bedtime stories.  Kat grew up loving the story of Noah's Ark, and as she grew up, it was wonderful hearing her recite the story to others, and explaining what it meant.  We received  "The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden" by Kevin DeYoung to review and we love it!  The book is colorful and beautifully illustrated by Don Clark.  The Bible can be difficult for children and many adults to read. We no longer speak in the way it is presented and sometimes we struggle to truly understand.  This book makes it simple and it is explained in language that everyone will understand.

Kevin DeYoung is senior pastor at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan.  He blogs at the Gospel Coalition and has authored or coauthored numerous well-known books, including Just Do Something, The Hole in Our Holiness, Crazy Busy, and Taking God At His Word.  He lives with his wife and their 6 children in Central Michigan.









Don Clark is an artist and the co-founder of Invisible Creature, a widely respected and award-winning design studio in Seattle that has worked with clients such as Target, Nike, LEGO, and WIRED magazine.  He lives with his wife and their 3 children, 4 goats, 12 chickens, and 1 crazy dog on a farm just outside the city limits.










You can learn more and follow here:


Would you like to win a copy of this book for your family?  Simply enter on the rafflecopter form below! Please note:  Only one entrant per mailing address, per giveaway. If you have won a prize from our sponsor Propeller / FlyBy Promotions in the last 30 days, you are not eligible to win. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you are not eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

9 comments:

Audra said...

I would love to win this for my daughter

Maryann D. said...

I would love to win this book for my nephew and I always read to my children at bedtime.
twinkle at optonline dot net

msfolke said...

We love to read books at all times of day, including bedtime.

Tara Lauren said...

I'd love this for my future kiddos! But in the mean time, I'd read it to my niece and nephew!

Kaci Jo said...

My kids would absolutely love this! They love beautifully drawn Bibles.

Kristie said...

I would love this book for my niece and nephew. It looks wonderful! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Kristie said...

Subscribe with Google+. Kristie Donelson. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Tracy Gregory said...

I would love to win this book for my daughters. We could all take turns reading stories at night

Karen Propes said...

I would love to win this book for my Grandchildren. Reading the Bible can be difficult when you are reading to small children. They get upset because they can't understand the words. This is a great book and would surely resolve some of that problem. I want to read to them and then they can ask questions for me to answer.Thank you for the chance. My daughter reads to them every night, books are respected in our homes as well as my daughters. They are taught that books contain information that can open up new things in our lives. So reading to them is a treat. ncjeepster@aol.com