Here is 5 Bibles for children under 18 that are good for gifts.
NKJV, Teen Study Bible, Hardcover
The #1 selling Bible for teens, now available in the New King James Version. Full of study features that help today’s teen learn more about God, the Bible, and how God’s Word relates to their lives, the NKJV Teen Study Bible helps teens build a strong daily relationship with God. Excellent for homeschool use.
This is a sturdy hard cover bible. I love the explanations through out like the instant access and the to the point sections. For example in Ecclesiastes 2:1-11 the Instant Access is explaining that Solomon had so much money and power that he got everything that he wanted either by money or power. The explanation is that they haven’t grown up spiritually and it isn’t the things you have but the kind of person you are that matters.
I think this would make a great Bible for anyone, however I picture it more for our young men as the cover isn’t very girly. The Bible can be a bit overwhelming I think to figure out, especially for those who are just getting into it for the first time. I think that it has a lot of information in it for helping the reader to understand what God really wants out of us and to understand the Bible.
2. Read with Me Bible for Little Ones by Doris Wynbeek Rikkers
This is the perfect storybook Bible for parents and toddlers to read together. Children can follow along with the engaging storytelling artwork and begin to read and recognize words with the easy to read language.
3. NIrV Minecrafters Bible
This Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, takes advantage of the popularity of world-building games, to engage children with the Word of God. The Minecrafter’s Bible, NIrV includes 24 full-color pages plus the complete New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) of the Bible in a very readable font size.
My son is a Minecraft player and the pictures inside the bible mimic minecraft people that he can recreated inside the game.
4. NIrV Kids’ Quest Study Bible
How come people lived so long back then? Why did God allow the flood? Is Jesus real?
Kids have LOTS of questions about the Bible and God. The NIrV Kids’ Quest Study Bible is a great resource for kids eager to learn more.
- Over 500 questions and answers for kids
- Book introductions help explain what each book of the Bible is about
- A dictionary and subject guide help kids find what they’re looking for
- Fresh, colorful design makes the Bible fun to look at and use
- The complete NIrV translation, the steppingstone to the NIV!
Isn’t it exciting to discover the world, ask how things work, and learn about God and the Bible? With a bright, colorful design, reading and using the Bible is fun.
5. Kids’ Devotional Bible
Complete with a year’s worth of devotions, the Kids’ Devotional Bible, NIrV will help children develop a habit they’ll want to keep. Engaging weekday devotions, fun weekend activities, interesting illustrations, and a dictionary make this a Bible they’ll want to read and apply to their lives. It includes the complete New International Reader’s Version (NIrV)—the stepping stone to the NIV—making it easier for young readers to read and understand.