Review: Joseph the Dreamer by: David Miles

Joseph the Dreamer

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Joseph may be his father’s favorite son, but his brothers feel differently and sell him into slavery in Egypt. In this Level 2 I Can Read written and illustrated in the tradition of the bestselling Adventure Bible, find out how God turns a bad situation into a big blessing.
Perfect for beginning readers ages 4-8, learning Bible stories on their own.
My Review:
 Poor Joseph, he was blessed with a set of siblings that weren’t particularly fond of him. He was thrown into a pit and then sold into slavery. He was put through the worst of the worst yet God brought him out of it and elevated him. What a great story of perseverance! He done so much with all that God had given him. He eventually was able to make amends with his brothers and save many people with the blessings God bestowed upon him.
 A great story perfect for the ages of 4-8. A level 2 reader that is great for beginning readers but they will need some help.
 Excellent story for children!
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.
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