Kids in the Word Review: A is For Adam

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Have you seen A is for Adam from New Leaf Publishing Group? Is a journey through the ABC’s with Adam and Eve.

Take a look inside:

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The book is made to stand up so you can show the student the illustrate side and the teacher can look at the discussion guide on the back. On the student side, you’ll find a full color image representing the letter of the alphabet along with a quick rhyming verse describing the word chosen for the letter. On the teacher’s side, you’ll find the simply rhyming verse, a starting point for discussion, and much more to help your child understand the discussion.

NLPG also offers FREE downloadable coloring pages to go with this book. My boys have really enjoyed coloring the coloring pages. Because we are in a home church environment, I like going through a page in this book before service and then letting them color the page during service.

A is for Adam is a great resource for your little ones! Would you like a copy? I have some how ended up with a second copy of this book and I’d love to give it to one of my readers. Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter to win a copy of A is for Adam.

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How have you kept your kids in the word this week? Share with us in the comments and/or link up a blog post about kids AND Bible, character, or worldview.


  1. After watching the video, I think this would be an awesome tool to have to share with my toddler. We’ve been working on the ABC’s and what better way to combine the ABC’s and the Bible in one lesson. I’d love to have a copy of this to encourage growth in my daughter and preschool classroom.

  2. I think this is a great way to teach the alphabet and BIble stories! I also LOVE the fact that the book stands up so kids can see the illustrations!

  3. I think I could use this with both of my kiddos (7 and 2). Plus it’s one of the recommended reading books for our History (from AiG) next year!!!

  4. I like that it’s Biblical and age appropriate for my daughters.

  5. dena angeles says:

    I like that it’s Biblical and age appropriate for my daughters.

  6. I loved the “A is for Adam” book so much that I gave it to our church to use in David’s Sunday School class… but now I wish I had my own copy to use with David in our homeschool!

  7. I have heard great things about this book and would love a copy to use with Gavin!

  8. Treasure says:

    This looks like a fun book. I’d love to read it with my kids.

  9. I love incorporating Biblical studies so early in a child’s life!

  10. Rebecca C says:

    I love that it is Bible based.

  11. What a great way to teach letters and Faith..

  12. I really like that it is Bible-based.


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