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Pages of History 1: Secrets of the Ancients

Pages of History 1: Secrets of the Ancients

Item # 000982 | Bruce Etter Lexi Detweiler


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Perfect for family story time or individual study, Pages of History transports the reader through the timeline of the world, providing a view of God’s work in every age.

From a mysterious safe in a dusty library comes the gateway to a journey through history. What James and Lance thought would be a boring school project is astonishingly transformed into an adventure that will forever change their lives.

In this exciting first volume, Secrets of the Ancients, James and Lance travel from Creation through the Reformation. Their adventures in history will captivate readers young and old.

This amazing novel contains an unapologetic Christian worldview and an engaging approach to classical teaching

Covers 96 major events (all of the first three series in the Veritas Press History program) and thousands of years of history in the format of a compelling story. Hard 448p.

$19.95


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'' I would compare this to Magic Tree House books but with a Christian world view. An excellent way to give your kids an overview of History. A fun read for upper elementary and middle school kids to remind them the order in which things progressed and how Gods hand is in it. An excellent read aloud for younger elementary kids providing them a fun first picture of our world history. Add in the Veritas history cards that correspond with it and if you kept a Charlotte Mason style century book for each event Your child will have an excellent base of historical knowledge. Use the history cards as a discussion about that particular time in history before the child reads the corresponding chapter to have the story leave a longer lasting impression or simply allow them to enjoy the reading of it and know they are getting accurate information. I compare this book to the Story of the World books and would say that I like these better as they seem to catch the adventurous minds of my boys better and easily give as much if not more info if you add the history cards. ''
Jenny