Buck Denver's Giant Robot Suit and Buck Denver's Bad, Bad Day by Phil Vischer, illustrated by Greg Hardin and Kenny Yamada ~ Review

My Review:

Buck Denver's Giant Robot Suit: A Lesson in FRIENDSHIP

Buck Denver makes a giant robot suit in order to be closer to God, but Marcy and Sunday School Lady have a better idea. Sunday School Lady takes them on a trip with her magical flannelgraph to tell the story of David and Jonathan. Pastor Paul teaches about how we can be friends of Jesus.

Buck Denver's Bad, Bad Day : A Lesson in THANKFULNESS

Buck Denver is having a bad day, but he doesn't want to show it, so he is wearing a crazy, terrifying mask. Sunday School Lady and Marcy show him that he doesn't have to wear a mask, and that even on bad days and good days he can thank God who is always worthy of our thanks.

These fun bible-based stories are fun and whimsical yet teach important lessons of faith, friendship, and thankfulness. I grew up with Veggie Tales, and it has been really fun seeing what Phil Vischer is working on now with What's in the Bible? 

These picture book adventures are fun and whimsical with great gospel-centered messages at the heart. They are funny and self-aware, I really liked the nod to old school Sunday School with the magical flannelgraph. I also liked that in Buck Denver's Bad, Bad Day it used a lesser known Bible story with Jehoshaphat.

Even if you haven't seen What's in the Bible? these books are a terrific and engaging introduction to some of the characters. They are funny and foundational, with sound Bible teaching directed towards children, a fun read aloud or for your young beginning reader. The illustrations are whimsical and bright, capturing the vibe of the these fun picture books. Perfect for sharing these books would make great gifts, children will love the humorous adventures and the solid Bible lessons. I enjoyed them so much and will be sharing them with many children at my church!

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