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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
If Dogs Read the Bible by Samantha Preston is the story of Leo who learned about God. Leo was a boy dog and his owner, Rachel, used to read Bible stories to him. Leo loved every single story and Rachel was now reading the story of Noah and the Ark to him. God asked Noah to build a boat and Noah did what God had asked him to do. God sent two of each animal onto the boat and he told Noah he would destroy everything else with a flood. It rained continuously for 40 days and 40 nights and all the animals were safe after the rain. Leo enjoyed the story because he was an animal and all animals are also creations of God.
The story is simple and, apart from conveying the message that all animals are creations of God, the book also tells young readers about the story of Noah and the Ark in a way that makes it easy for them to understand. The illustrations are beautiful and they add to the appeal of the book. It is a good book to use in Bible classes, classroom read aloud and story telling sessions, and for bedtime storytelling at home. I like the way the author, who is a child, introduces Bible stories to young readers, making it interesting for them, thereby encouraging them to read more Bible stories. The author of this book is just seven years old and she is a big inspiration for young children to write storybooks.