In the lively style of Hillyer, A Child's Geography: Explore the Holy Land will take you and your fledgling geographers on amazing adventures through our Father's World
If we found the source of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, might we find the Garden of Eden? Why is that wall in Jerusalem called the Wailing Wall? What unbelievable wonders might we find in the desert sands of Egypt? What do Babylon, Nineveh and Ur all have in common? What country in the world is the holy land of millions but you won't find a church anywhere? Can you follow Moses' trail to find the Lost City of Stone?
Over the course of 16 chapters, explore six Middle Eastern countries with:
- vivid scenes and engaging text of a "living-book"
- narration prompts
- note booking and mapping activities
- "Bringing it Home" suggestions that focus on art, music, poetry and food of each country
- Prayer Walk for each country
Do you and your children desire to catch a passion fro God and all His peoples around this glorious globe? Come. Let's go into all the world.
Review by Lauren Shearer
Lauren Shearer writes words for fun and profit. She also makes films, but everyone knows you can't make a profit doing that. Her other hobby is consistently volunteering way too much of her time. You can read more of her reviews here
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