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  • Item #: 006342
    ISBN: 9780689710537
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    The Pilgrim story retold by Alice Dalgliesh from the point of view of a family that traveled aboard the Mayflower. Written without anti- Christian bias, the story accurately recounts the faith and prayers of the Pilgrims.

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  • Item #: 067872
    ISBN: 9781599151236
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  • Item #: 037977
    Retail: $471.00
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    Designed as an option for families with a child in Grades 2 or 3 without older siblings using the MFW program, this one-year program is based around U.S. History and the Names of Jesus (If you do have older children and are interested in using MFW with all of them, look at Exploring Countries & Cultures). Students will explore American History from a Christian perspective as they build their own history notebook, use timelines, enjoy read-aloud books and do hands-on activities. In Bible, students study the character of Jesus through hands-on activities and memory verses. Students read for themselves from the NIrV Discoverer's Bible (included in package). Geography is explored by learning the 50 states with map work and projects. Science explores topics such as stars, weather, plants, birds, gravity, energy, friction and more with simple science experiments. Art and music is covered through patriotic songs; art lessons from Barry Stebbing's I Can Do All Things art program (recently reprinted by MFW) and more hands-on activities. Math, language arts and foreign language are not included in the package, but you may plug in your current programs or follow MFW's recommendations which are listed below.

    Deluxe package includes Teacher Manual, Synergy Guide, student sheets, placemat map, American Pioneers and Patriots, Map of the United States Sticker Picture, Science in the Kitchen, First Encyclopedia of Science, Science with Air, Birds, Nests and Eggs, Fun with Magnets kit, The 4th of July Story, North American Indians, The Thanksgiving Story, NIrV Discoverer's Bible, Story of the U.S., Red, White and Blue: The Story of the American Flag, Patriotic Songs of the USA CD, soda bottle bird feeder, U.S. history read-alouds (see website for more specifics), I Can Do All Things set (book, paint/marker cards and DVDs), Best of Tchaikovsky CD, and Story of Tchaikovsky CD.

  • Item #: 055030
    ISBN: 9781930900639
    Retail: $18.95
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    Today is Thanksgiving, and young Maggie is visiting her grandmother. Every year, Grandmother invites a guest for Thanksgiving dinner, and she encourages Maggie to do the same. "Ask someone poor or lonely," instructions Grandmother. Grandmother's guest is the elegant, lonely Mr. Horace, who is staying at the Town Hotel. Maggie's guest is the unsavory, eccentric Mr. Whiskers, much to Grandmother's dismay! What will happen at Thanksgiving dinner this year? This charming, humorous tale has entertained families since its publication in 1971, and we are pleased that it's back in print after a long absence. Only a secret in the story, the recipe for Grandmother's Famous Cranberry Bread is located on the back of the book. By Wende and Harry Devlin, 32 pgs, hc. ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 020722
    ISBN: 9781887456005
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    I love reading about the guiding hand of God in our nation's history. I find the story fascinating and the men of faith and conviction inspiring. This book is written in the same vein. Based on the assumption that all of history is providential, we learn how God's presence was evident at our nation's founding in the hearts and minds of the men who fought for independence and framed the Constitution. The book opens with an overview of geography and ancient history before moving to American history. A portion of the book is devoted to the history of education in our country. Later chapters focus on our decline as a nation, and a reconstructionist view is presented for bringing our nation back to what the authors believe God wants it to be. This book is used as a teacher resource for the Beautiful Feet American history studies. Lots of pictures and illustrations. 300 pgs.

    If you want to dig a little deeper into source documents referred to in America's Providential History, get the accompanying Documentary Sourcebook. Inspiring in its own right, this book includes speeches and documents that portray the Christian influence in the founding and history of our nation. A sampling of the offerings in this book includes excerpts from Columbus' Journal of His First Voyage, Fast and Thanksgiving Days of New England, Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution, Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom, Washington's Farewell Address, excerpts from Democracy in America, the 1853 report from the Senate Judiciary Committee about the importance of congressional chaplains. 136 pg, pb.

    For ease of tying these two books together, consider the Teacher's Guide, which includes: APH chapter outlines; study questions for each of the 18 chapters, with answers; three exams, with answers; and a list of books for further study. 102 pgs, pb. ~ Bob

  • Item #: FIARV1
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    Now includes Who Owns the Sun? again, which is now back in print!

  • Item #: 006550
    ISBN: 9781400320394
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    This picture book tells the incredible true story of Squanto, an English-speaking Native American. The book begins in 1608, when twelve-year-old Squanto is captured by the British. Squanto is sold into slavery in Spain, but a group of monks rescue him. The kind monks teach him English and about God. Squanto misses his family, so years later, he begins the long journey home to North America. Squanto is devastated when he learns that no one in his tribe survived a disease outbreak. But God has a plan for Squanto. When the Pilgrims arrive he acts as a liaison between the Native Americans and the Pilgrims, and the groups work together to produce a bountiful harvest, which brings the first Thanksgiving. By Eric Metaxes. 40 pgs, pb.
  • Item #: 003535
    ISBN: 9780689802089
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    Historical fiction account of the Pilgrims as seen through the eyes of Bartholomew, Remember, and Mary Allerton. Beginning on board the ship just before land is sighted, richly detailed illustrations and captivating narrative portray life for the Mayflower Pilgrims here in the New World. The wedding of Priscilla Mullins and John Alden, the harvest, and, of course, the Thanksgiving feast are among the events chronicled as this story of the first year of settlement at Plymouth unfolds.

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  • Item #: MP2RWO
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  • Item #: FIR1CS
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     This package now includes Who Owns the Sun?, which is back in print!

  • Item #: 071684
    ISBN: 9780531230978
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  • Item #: 065016
    ISBN: 9780310753995
    Retail: $12.99
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       Come and cook with the Berenstain Bears, using these kid-friendly holiday recipes. This collection of forty recipes are for six different holidays – Valentine’s Day, Easter, Fourth of July, Fall Festivities, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. The Bear Family likes to eat and they like to celebrate the holidays, so every holiday begins with a short Berenstain Bears story and a Bible verse – food is one way they show love for others. Parents and children alike will enjoy making heart-shaped pizza, Stars and Stripes Bites, Tricks and Treats Trail Mix, and Colorful Christmas Poke Cake. The recipes are tasty and easy to make. Join the Bear Family as they celebrate the holidays with food! 96 pgs., h/c. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 061797
    ISBN: 9780761455295
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      You don’t have to be a vegetarian to appreciate Turkey’s dilemma in this colorful tale. He knows it’s almost Thanksgiving and he’s the main course. How will he get out of this trouble? Filled with clever word play and full page, hilarious illustrations, your whole family will enjoy this picture book—whether it’s Thanksgiving or not. 10 3/4” x 10 3/4”, 32 pp, hc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 055230
    ISBN: 9780064438506
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    This is the story of the landing of the Pilgrims, life in the New World and preparations for the first Thanksgiving, told in a pleasant-to-read poetry form. Other than a historical note in the frontispiece, it's light on details, but full of wonderful illustrations that tell the story as well as the words do. Throughout, the story captures the essence of the Pilgrims' daily life as well as their attitude of gratefulness to God. Too often these days it seems that the Pilgrims are misunderstood, so this book comes as a breath of fresh air. I can see your little ones asking for this one to be read to them multiple times during the Thanksgiving season. ~30 pgs, pb. – Chad

  • Item #: 049176
    ISBN: 9780979803918
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    Now here is some great American history: a vivid story of the Separatists and the first year in the New World! With a commitment to truth, as best it can be determined – avoiding both traditional myths and political correctness – this author tells the story in an interesting and engaging style. When necessary to fill in some information gaps, he scrupulously resorts to qualifiers such as "probably" or "may have." It may be this commitment to historical accuracy that makes the book so fascinating. As we read along, we're engaging in the process of discovery, led by the author. Because of its importance to the overall story, the complex history of the British throne prior to 1620 is also told in simple and easy-to-understand terms. The author documents many of his sources at the back of the book. This is a fascinating read. 291 pgs, pb ~ Caryl

  • Item #: 045380
    ISBN: 9781570919244
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  • Item #: 043501
    ISBN: 9780688162801
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    Discover the true meaning of Thanksgiving right along with Molly, a Russian refugee. Molly doesn't look like the other children at school and her English isn't very good, making her the subject of much teasing. To make matters worse, her mother makes her doll for their Thanksgiving project look more like a Russian refugee than a New England Pilgrim. However, that tiny little doll is exactly what she needed to show her classmates that she is a modern day Pilgrim, too! The detailed pencil artwork beautifully portrays the main points of the tale. A thought-provoking story that would be great to read aloud to your children and discuss. Pb, 28 pgs. – elise

    The best books written to entertain young children have to contain text that is somewhat interactive, an interesting storyline, and a problem situation that most children can identify. This book must have had all the ingredients, because it was one of our absolute favorites when we were very young. Throughout the book, Grover (of Sesame Street fame) continues to panic because the title suggests that there is going to be a monster waiting for him at the end of the book. He attempts various constructions to halt the "page-turning" that will inevitably bring the monster closer, and as the pages are turned, the book turns into a bigger and bigger mess. Of course, the end is a surprise for kids, and continues to delight them every time the story is read. If you don't have this Little Golden Book already, I highly recommend it - may yours become as dog-eared as ours! - Jess