Author: hannah C brown

Quick Look – Hendrickson KJV Expressions Bible

Another beautiful journaling Bible with red letter arrived today, the Hendrickson KJV Expressions Bible. Besides this brown embossed (debossed?) hardcover it is also available in plain black or red, yellow, and teal print. It has a double column, paragraph format and 2″ lined margins. It includes a harmony of the gospels and a few other scripture lists in the back. The red lettering is a dark rich red and it has an 8 point font. The paper seems to be the standard journaling Bible paper that should be sturdy enough for most applications. I’m looking forward to working with...

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Quick Look – MEV The Promises of God Creative Journaling Bible

I got a review copy of Passio’s The Promises of God Creative Journaling Bible just a couple of days ago. This is the only Modern English Version (MEV) journaling Bible I am aware of and it has a mixture of illustrations, and lined and unlined journaling space.   The paper is a very light cream and it is set up in a double column format with a 2.5″ margin on the outside. Margins on the right side are lined and those on the left are unlined (the faint lines you see here are show-through from the back of the...

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The Schuyler Canterbury is Available for Pre-order

Schuyler’s Canterbury KJV is available for pre-order with special pre-order pricing. It’s available in goatskin and calfskin and in several colors. It’s expected to ship in late December. The Canterbury uses the same 11-point Milo font and 36gsm paper as the NKJV Quentel that I reviewed previously. It will have a verse-by-verse format with Psalms in single column. You can pre-order here: Pre-Order Schuyler Canterbury KJV.  ...

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Why Dogs Are… Review

Why Dogs Are… is written by Tana Thompson and illustrated by Marita Gentry. It’s a short story about God sending the first dog from Heaven to a little boy named Brian. Brian’s blind and deaf so God can’t show him how much he loves him through the things around him, like rainbows and bird’s songs. He sends Dog to love the boy and to teach him two things: to love without expecting anything in return, and to forgive those who hurt him. The story’s told half in pictures and the artwork is very pretty. In 2014 it was a...

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Thank You, God, for Puppies

Thank You, God, for Puppies by Mary Manz Simon and illustrated by Tammie Lyon is an adorable children’s book. Both writer and illustrator made a great team. It’s not a story but a series of rhymes about kids and their puppies. It has short, easy to understand words and few per page. So it’s easy for your four year old cousin to remember and read to you over and over. I appreciate the diversity in both kids and dogs in the pictures. I also appreciate how thick the cardboard is. My met the author at the International Christian Retail...

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