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Book Review: Sequin Sparkle Bible

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Merry Christmas! Before I dive into the actual review, I would love to thank Thomas Nelson for sending me the Sequin Sparkle and Change Bible for free in exchange for my honest review.


  • Perfect for girls ages 6 to 10.
  • The pink sequins change colour depending on which way the child swipes.
  • ICB translation is, according to the publisher, easy for children to read and understand.
  • Includes a Bible timeline, a presentation page, a place to keep favourite Bible verse, Bible maps, and articles on several topics (knowing Jesus, how to pray, etc.).
Sequin Sparkle Bible Pink

My Review

I absolutely love the front cover of this Bible. The sequin material can be found everywhere these days — on pillows, t-shirts, notebooks … you name it. As mentioned in the description, the sequins change colour depending on which way it was swiped.

Sadly, what I did not realise when I requested this Bible, was the translation. I would much more prefer it to be KJV; however, for all the non-KJV only folks, this would be a great children’s Bible. The text is big enough for kids to read, easy to understand, and there is also a dictionary and concordance that explain the word definition.

Besides my personal issue with the translation, I would definitely recommend this Bible to anyone with a little girl needing a new Bible. It would make a cool and trendy gift! In addition, the overall size of the Bible is perfect for little hands (and handbags)!

You can see more details and pictures on Amazon by clicking on the pictures below:

As always, I loved reviewing this Bible and working alongside Thomas Nelson. Even though they sent me their product for free, I did not take reviewing it lightly. You can be sure you were presented with my honest opinion.

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