If your daughter does get curious about what else is in the Bible I suggest TheBrickTestament.com. It's an illustrated Bible, using Legos as a medium, that's pretty dead on while still being entertaining. Just a warning; it pulls no punches, it's graphically accurate, so it might be a little uncomfortable to read with your daughter. Check it out yourself first.
Were you talking about Alice Roberts? I'd marry that woman in a heartbeat... but only if my wife would let me!
Open discourse and constant education with my son has been key. He asks whatever he wants and we take as long as it takes to cover the subject. A 45 minute documentary may take several hours to get through as we often pause to discuss and do our own research.
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