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$ 40.00

A Heart 4 You: CHINA

by David and Shirley Quine

This Parent-Teacher Study Guide directs your family through a unique study of China. Through the use of living books and fabulous internet resources, this study guide leads your family into the heart of China and God's providential redemption of its people!


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$ 20.00

My Passport to China

by David and Shirley Quine

My Passport to China is your children's workbook and journal as they travel to the various places of China. As the story of God's redemption is told, your children will record the sights and sounds of the people and culture of China.


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$ 30.00

Eyewitness Travel Guide

by DK

Through the use of more than 2,000 photographs, illustration, and maps Cutaways and floor plans of all the major sights Walks, scenic routes, and thematic tours, your hearts will be stirred for the people of China.


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$ 5.00

Gospel of John

by The Apostle John

The Gospel According to John printed in English and Chinese is used to teach the Chinese characters. Children are taught to read and write Chinese from The Gospel of John.


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$ 6.00

The House of Sixty Fathers

by Meindert DeJong

Tien Pao is all alone in enemy territory. Only a few days before, his family had escaped from the Japanese army, fleeing downriver by boat. Then came the terrible rainstorm. Tien Pao was fast asleep in the little sampan when the boat broke loose from its moorings and drifted right back to the Japanese soldiers. With only his lucky pig for company, Tien Pao must begin a long and dangerous journey in search of his home and family.


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$ 7.00

Hudson Taylor

by Hudson Taylor - an autobiography

Hudson Taylor (1832-1905) was a pioneer missionary to China whose life exemplified the blessedness of union with Christ. In his own words he retells his commitment to present the Gospel to the Chinese. He recounts the long and arduous voyage, constant persecution, poverty, and almost insurmountable differences in culture and language. This autobiography stands as a challenge and inspiration to today's Christians from one man who allowed himself to be used by God in his generation!


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$ 15.00

The Inn of the Sixth Happiness

by 20th Century Fox

Adapted from the novel "The Small Woman" about the true - life story of Gladys Aylward, this powerful film is inspiring from beginning to end.


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$ 13.00

The Story of Jesus for Children

by The Jesus Film

This is the story of Jesus as seen through the eyes of children who might have lived during the time Jesus lived on the earth. Children of all ages will enjoy this captivating retelling of the true story of Jesus from a child's perspective. Told from the Gospel According to Luke in English, Mandarin Chinese and six other languages.


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$ 6.00

Little Pear

by Eleanor Frances Lattimore

Little Pear is a young boy who lives in a small village in China. He and his family have a tiny house with paper windows and one long bed where they all sleep. Although his story takes place a century ago, Little Pair is just like any little boy today - always on the lookout for excitement and adventure! Join Little Pear as he stows away to the fair in a wheelbarrow full of vegetables, nearly flies away on a kite, has a mishap with a firecracker, and is rescued from the river by a houseboat family.


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$ 7.00

The Little Woman

by Gladys Aylward -- an autobiography

In this stirring retelling of her life story, Gladys Aylward shows what God will do through an ordinary person who is given over to His love and plan! Your faith will grow as you read of the Infinite-Personal God reaching deep into the heart of China through this Little Woman.


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$ 30.00

MahJong and Chinese Coins

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Considered the 'National Game of China' Mahjong will bring hours of fun and enjoyment to your family. While playing the game, you will have time to talk about the people and culture of China.


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$ 18.00

The Adventures of Marco Polo

by Russell Freedman

This beautifully illustrated book retelling the grand adventures of Marco Polo will stir the hearts of your family for the people and culture of China.


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$ 6.50

Prayer Calendar

by PrayforChina.com

Join us for daily prayer -- knowing that you will be joining over 1 million other Christians around the world who are praying for the heart of China. This beautifully illustrated calendar brings daily focus to our prayers for the people of China.


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$ 5.00

Queen of the Dark Chamber

by Christiana Tsai

Known as a child as "Too Many", she was the 18th child born to a ruling Buddhist family of China. This retelling of her life story brings hope and comfort as she meets the Infinite-Personal God of the Bible! Now called Christiana Tsai too many she would be known as The Queen of the Dark Chamber. Billy Graham writes this "[Christiana Tsai has made us feel the heartbeat of a nation and has done much to interpret the sufficiency of Christ to a great and needy people." Don't miss reading this autobiography with your family! It is too good to miss.


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$ 4.00

The Story About Ping

by Marjorie Flack and Kurt Wiese

Although Ping is a little duck who lives on the wise-eyed boat on the Yangtze River, this classic tale, first published in 1933, is more than a children's story book about a duck. It tells of Chinese life of more than a thousand years of families living on the Yangtze River. A delightful introduction to the life and culture of China.


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$ 9.00

Young Fu

by Elizabeth Foreman Lewis

When Young Fu arrives with his mother in bustling 1920's Chungking, all he has seen of the world is the rural farming village where he has grown up. He finds himself in the midst of a changing China. Through his many adventures, Young Fu finds his heart and soul being pulled in three directions: 1- toward the superstitions of the ancient Chinese idols; 2 - toward the ideas of the ancient Chinese philosophers; and, 3 - toward the love and compassion of the Christian missionaries. This is more than just a story about a young boy. This is a story about the heart of China! In which direction would it turn?


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