Saturday, February 6, 2016

Biff & Becka Stupendous Vacation

Rarely do I come across a book that I have to shelve for a while but this is one of those books.
It isn't particularly good for my children's age groups (8, 4, 1). It was entirely too wordy and because it only came via e-book my oldest couldn't really "get into" the book.
I think that if we'd gotten a paper copy of the book, she would have enjoyed it more.
Odd, I know considering most kids love anything electronic but when it comes to books my kids are old fashioned like their mama, paperback me please.  

I do think it's great content for Christian families and children to learn about. Biff learns alot in the book about his character and being content. However I will admit it is heavily laden with Scripture almost to the point of being TOO much for a children's book. 
I know for some it would be an issue that these are rabbits doing everything as humans. However I understand that the author was hoping to better capture the interest of children by using rabbits instead of humans. My children often like shows where the characters are animals/cartoons rather than live action shows.

{FYI: I received this book thru the Booklook Bloggers program in exchange for my HONEST opinion.} And as you can see it isn't exactly glowing. lol.

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