Author: Lee Strobel
Adapted from The Case for Grace, the latest book by New York Times bestselling author Lee Strobel, The Case for Grace for Kids shows how God’s love is for everyone—no matter what.
Through stories of everyday people whose lives have been changed—as well as never-before-told details of Lee’s own journey from atheism to Christianity—Lee Strobel and Jesse Florea help readers eight to twelve discover God’s amazing love and the transformative power of forgiveness, presented in a way that will help these readers gain a better understanding of what grace really means.
The Case for Grace for Kids does an excellent job of explaining grace to children in a way they can relate to. Even adults can have a hard time comprehending the awesomeness of God’s grace, so this is no easy task.
The Case for Grace for Kids uses stories from the lives of other children to demonstrate what grace truly means, and that it is available to everyone. The book is written at a 3rd grade reading level, so children can read it on their own without difficulty.
The stories cover a variety of life situations, some of which you might want to prepare younger or sensitive children for. The book is not graphic in any way; there are just some stories that some children might not understand or be ready for without some parental guidance. The target audience for his book is children ages 8-12.
Overall, I give this book a rating for 5/5.
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