Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Triple Dog Dare, Jeremy V. Jones

It looks all boy on the outside - a robot, dogs, slig-shot. The pages, much like it's girl counter part Truth & Dare, is filled with great graphics and is journal quality pages with plenty of room for jotting down thoughts or doodles.

My 8 year old was excited about this one just as his 10 year old sister was excited about the girl's version of this devotional. What surprised me though is that my 4 year old was also instantly drawn to it because of the cover and inside art work. I am glad to have something that grabs their attention and makes them look forward to personal devotional time!

Each day has a scripture then a section called "Truth" that explores through a short devotional the truth of the scripture. Then comes the "Triple Dare" that challenges young boys to put into action what they have learned. As with the girl's version this one also has a journal section. It is labeled "Mission Accomplished" - and what boy doesn't aspire to action, adventure and secret missions??? So this section allows them to answer the questions "What did you do?" and "What did you learn?" after they have applied the Triple Dare to their life. This is a way for them to look back over what they have done during year.

This would be a great stocking stuffer!

Thank you B&B Communications for this review copy.

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