Review ~ Get to Know Apostle Paul by Nancy I. Sanders

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Get to Know Apostle Paul is part of the Get to Know series of books written by Nancy I. Sanders.  This series also includes Get to Know Jesus, Get to Know Mary and Get to Know King David. 

Get to Know Apostle Paul

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Get to Know apostle Paul is a biography for children.  It is 120 pages long and done in full colour.  It focuses on the life and character of Paul and uses photos, maps and many visuals to help children understand the story of Paul’s life.

Chapters include:

  • A Boy Named Saul
  • A Hebrew of Hebrews
  • Destroy the Church!
  • The Road to Damascus
  • Preaching in the Synagogues
  • Christians: Followers of Christ
  • The First Missionary Journey
  • The Jerusalem Council
  • The Second Missionary Journey
  • The Third Missionary Journey
  • Appeal to Caesar
  • From Paul in Rome
  • Timeline of Paul
  • Glossary
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Source Notes
  • Student Resources
  • About the Author

What Do I Think?

We really enjoyed reading the book Get to Know Apostle Paul.  It is an easy to manage paperback book, but the pages are a good quality thick paper and glossy.  The book Apostle Paul is filled with beautiful photos and maps including full page photos that give children a wonderful visual to connect with.

I really liked that there is a lot of review throughout the book but it is done in an easy way.  At the end of each chapter is a short summary of what was just read.  It also includes interesting facts and vocabulary definitions.  These are done in a different colour text then the reset of the chapter and help to grab the children’s attention.  This is a wonderful Christian biography for children.  I would think it would be good for ages 8 and up or used as a family read aloud with younger children.  I’m looking forward to reading the other books in this series!

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