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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Route 66: Have you found your route in life? by Herbert I. Burns Jr. is a handy guide for all those readers who want to have a better understanding of each of the 66 books of the Bible, and their implications for life. The author uses a unique approach to capture one of the key messages in each book. Each book of the Bible deals with more than one topic and the author shares the messages which spoke to him. As the old saying goes, 'A picture is worth a thousand words,' and is also proof of the creativity of God. These paintings are a good way for parents to help their children understand the messages easily and this book is a good manual for readers to find their lost route and get back on track.
There is a lot for readers to learn from the Bible, yet there are not many readers who have read the contents of the Bible properly. Route 66 gives them a better perception and the manner in which the topic has been tackled makes it an interesting and engaging book to read. This book by Herbert I. Burns Jr. can be used in Bible classes to expose students to the basic teachings of the Bible without making it too preachy and boring. Route 66 teaches a lot of things; how to pray, be grateful and thankful, help others, and be careful with actions and words. This is a good tool to lead readers to Christ and make them feel and experience life in a way that has never happened before.