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GodVenture Reviews Deborah and Jael

GodVenture Reviews Deborah and Jael

"We love this book!" GodVenture Decides

A recent review by Victoria Beech (GodVenture blog) of the children’s illustrated book, Deborah and Jael, described it as a “lovely rhyming story-portrait of two Bible women” with “lovely pictures”. 

“My 7 and 8 year old girls pointed out to me years ago that there aren’t enough stories about ‘girls’ in the Bible, so this was perfect for them!”

The review praised both the story itself and the quality of the product.

“…there’s two … pages on the praises people sang to God, which I really like, as that’s often missed out of the story when it’s told.”

“The book [is] printed on good quality, very sturdy paper, so this book will last and be passed down.”

You can read the full review HERE.

The pictures are bold, bright and clear, making each character feel like a real person…


About the Book

Evil King Jabin has been in power for 20 years – but who is brave enough to defeat him? Deborah and Jael are two strong women. They are ready to stand up and use their bravery and wisdom to help their people and serve God.

In this poetic retelling of the well-known Bible story, found in Judges, children will discover how God uses His friends to bring peace and defeat evil.

Deborah and Jael

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According to a recent review by Honest Conversation, two great strengths of the illustrated children's book Deborah and Jael by Lucy Rycroft are (a) it is "a lesser known Bible story"; and (b) it is "one about women". Annie writes: "I love how the story focuses on...




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