#Superbook Summer Series

The new SuperBook series features amazing Bible Stories brought to life using state of the art animation.  This award winning series engages kids and makes the Bible interesting to the younger crowd. The new Superbook is produced and created by Emmy award winning team of artists and storytellers whose credits include Mulan, The Lion King, and Beauty and the Beast, and you get to travel with Chris, Joy, and their hilarious robot Gizmo as they’re beamed back to Bible times to relive many of the Bible stories we’ve only read about. The stories are the ones your kids know but probably not have seen before. With my kids attending Catholic school, they liked to watch some of the stories they’ve read about!

The summer series of Superbook will be airing in selected CBS markets and on ABC Family:

CBS

June 29th – Roar! Daniel and the Lions’ Den

ABC Family airings – 9:30 am EST:

July 1st – In the Beginning:  Adam and Eve
July 2nd – Let Me People Go: Moses
July 3rd – The First Christmas
July 4th – He Is Risen: the Resurection of Jesus
July 5th – Revelation

I also wanted to tell you about The Superbook DVD Club. You can receive the newest Superbook episodes as they are released! In addition, you will get two free copies to share with your friends and loved ones! To join, just go to http://www.cbn.com/superbook and click on “Get Superbook”.

We got to review 14 of the stories. My kids enjoyed them! The animation was excellent, and the stories pulled the kids in. I loved that they were learning lessons without realizing it! I even got we talked about this story at school a few times. I recommend this series.

Comments

  1. says

    I would have been all over this when my daughter was younger. We were always looking for ways to increase her love for the Bible to make it real to her.

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