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$ 40.00

Volume 1 - The Egyptian Empire

by David and Shirley Quine

This is the first in the series, The Grand Story. Not only does it give a competent and illuminating survey of the history of the world, but is also provides the foundational study of the Biblical world view for elementary age children. This curriculum combines story telling, living literature, and video to bring the history of the world to life for your whole family.


$ 20.00

Journal of Redemption

by David and Shirley Quine

The Journal of Redemption is my record of God’s interaction in the history of the world as I study The Grand Story.

"I pray that the eyes of my heart may be enlightened, so that I will know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints, and what is the surpassing greatness of His power toward us who believe."


$ 19.00

Ancient Egyptians and their Neighbors

by Marian Broida

This unique activity book for children ages nine and up shows what life was like among the Nubians, Mesopotamians, Hittites, and their neighbors the Egyptians from around 3100 B.C., when Upper and Lower Egypt became one kingdom, to the death of Queen Cleopatra under the Romans, in 30 B.C. Projects such as building a Nubian irrigation machine, creating a Mesopotamian cylinder seal out of clay, making kilts like those worn by Egyptian boys and men, and writing in Hittite cuneiform help young readers to connect with these ancient cultures and see how profoundly they have influenced our own.


$ 13.00

Boy of the Pyramids

by Ruth Fosdick Jones

Gentle, Yet Exciting, Mystery -- At any time and in any place, when there is a mystery to be solved, a ten-year-old boy will want to have a hand in it. So it was with Kaffe, an Egyptian boy of long ago. With his friend Sari, a slave-girl, Kaffe had many adventures—the harvest feast, the fight of the bulls, the flood. Then came the mystery of the pyramid’s missing jewels and a dark night when Kaffe, his father, and Sari set out to catch the thief. This wonderful book had been out of print for years. We’re thrilled to bring it back and make it available for a new generation of students to enjoy!


$ 21.00


by Brian Wildsmith

Brian Wildsmith recounts Moses's saga from his rescue in the bulrushes by Pharaoh's daughter to his death on Mt. Nebo overlooking the Promised Land. The writing is straightforward and simple; the story is brief but accurate. The artwork is a visual feast. The double-page illustrations, framed in gold, are panoramas of activity, crowded with the figures of the Hebrew multitudes suffering in slavery, streaming out of Egypt, traversing the Red Sea between walls of water, wandering in the brown hills of the desert, and at last, triumphantly entering the verdant Canaan. Filled with meticulous and decorative detail, glowing with rich colors, and arranged to maximize dramatic impact, the paintings show the awesome events with excitement and beauty.


$ 17.00

God's Names

by Sally Michael

The title of the book is God's Names. There is an introduction for parents, a first devotional lesson about names, 24 devotional lessons for 24 of God's names, and then a final concluding devotional lesson. The hope of the authors is that reading this devotional as a family will help children to "see that God is who He says He is, and act in response to the truth."


$ 7.00

The Golden Goblet

by Eloise Jarvis McGraw

Ranofer wants only one thing in the world: to be a master goldsmith like his beloved father was. But how can he when he is all but imprisoned by his evil half brother, Gebu? Ranofer knows the only way he can escape Gebu's abuse is by changing his destiny. But can a poor boy with no skills survive on the streets of ancient Thebes?


$ 13.00

How the Bible Came To Us

by Meryl Doney

Do you know...that the Bible is a world best-seller? ...that it is not the one book but a whole library? ...the name of the first English Bible? ...when the printing press was invented? the Bible translators work? You will learn the answer to these questions and many, many more in How the Bible Came To Us.


$ 12.50

A Cry from Egypt

by Hope Auer

Historical fiction set in the time period of Moses and the plagues in Egypt.

Jarah was a slave in Egypt. It was a dangerous place to be. Her work was exhausting and her family was caught between two opposing world views -- the gods of the Egyptians and the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. And her brother... would his Ada be given in marriage to an Egyptian in the palace? Would they ever be free?



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