Barbour, 2006, 160 pp., $12.97,
Journalist Stephen M. Miller follows up his popular Bible reference with a new edition for kids. Colorful pages filled with historical art and illustrated guides take kids through information on 100 various biblical characters and places. For the most part, sentences are kept short, aiding young readers who are still developing.
Miller does a good job of producing useful information that can help kids develop a greater interest in the Bible. He doesn’t nail every subject, but he pretty well sticks to the facts. Who’s Who could be a useful volume to have on hand for them to stop by and borrow.
_____________________Review by: Paul Berry, writer, International Bible Society, Colorado Springs, Colorado.