Publisher: Master Books
Price: $2.99 (Jan 30-31)
Reading and understanding the classics is important for college preparation, as well as for personal enjoyment. With the Christian Reading Companion for 50 Classics you can gain a deeper understanding of them from a Christian perspective. Selections include books and plays for both middle school and high school levels.
Whether supplementing an existing curriculum or doing a special survey course on classic literature, this is a challenging guide which presents:
– Short descriptions of each title
– Objective and discussion questions to stir thought
– Quotations that give insights into character, plot, and more.
The student chapters are in the first part of the volume, and the teacher’s answer keys are available in the back section. The objective test portions are found in each chapter and also offered as a free download for classroom use at nlpg.com/50classicsaids.
This guided analysis is also a helpful introduction to the discussions found in Dr. Stobaugh’s American, British, and World Literature curriculum.
Get even more out of your literary experiences with a glossary, brief author biographies, and age-appropriate suggestions for your student. A detailed answer guide helps you turn a love of reading into a credited, educational course that will encourage an appreciation of the written word, develop vocabulary skills, and prompt a deeper interaction with books that are foundational for college-prep activities!
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Price: $2.99 (Jan 30-31)
In the blank pages between Malachi and Matthew, the course of an entire nation was changed…
His brother, the high priest Honiah, enjoyed the authority of the high priesthood, and all important decisions needed his approval. But it was Jason who was shaping the future of Jerusalem and, with it, all Judea. He breathed in again, imagining that he could feel the wave of destiny impelling him forward toward his vision as he exhaled…
The Greeks have taken over the world, but Jerusalem is still the same backwater city Jason has always known. He wants to help his hometown rise to a new age of prosperity and influence. If that means stretching the terms of the city’s divine covenant, so be it. But how far is he willing to go to achieve Greek greatness for this Jewish city? It will take the willingness of a handful of Jews to die rather than violate the covenant in order to turn the tide back to God. (more…)
Just as the body needs bread, so the soul needs grace. The Word of God is full of grace-filled words and is nourishment for our souls. God’s Word is grace and prayerful meditation on the Word is an act of faith. By grace through faith we press the Word of God into our everyday lives.
Words of Grace: A 100-Day Devotional, is a pastor’s encouragement, written with a congregation in mind, to build a life centered on God’s Word. Each day’s reading starts with the Scripture, which is the written Word of God. The devotionals expand on the Scripture and are designed to shape your mind by a vision of God and stir your heart’s affection for him. The goal of this book is your flourishing faith and fruitful obedience to Christ.
In this grab bag we have 3 e-books from the Alone With God series which were published by Harvest House and written by Bob and Emilie Barnes. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each e-book cover.
In this grab bag we have 9 e-books from David C. Cook. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Adrian Roger’s last written manuscript before his passing in 2005, has been edited and brought together by his son Steve, as a final joint work. When We Say Father takes the Lord’s Prayer and breaks it down to its most basic components for readers to easily learn how to pray from the ultimate source, Jesus himself.
In this grab bag we have 20 fiction e-books from Harvest House. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.