Monday, March 5, 2018

Imagine, The Ten Plagues by Matt Koceich

This time travel, Biblical fiction for youth was interesting.  I did feel that it went over really briefly as to how the plagues happened.  But it was a different way of getting children to grasp an interest in the Bible.  And that can be a good handle on children building an interest in ancient history as recorded in the Bible.

It was interesting how the author shows an example of bullying of others and trying to overpower others.  This was probably to relate how the Hebrews were also in a somewhat similar situation and both modern and ancient people have to find ways and the faith to overcome their trials.

It was an interesting book and I enjoy time travel themes, making it feel like you can watch history and actually be a part of it.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.

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