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  • Item #: 058524
    ISBN: 9781940129648
    Retail: $19.95
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    I have to admit I didn't expect this book to start in the kitchen. It "goes" all the places you might expect handyman repairs, fishing, hunting, even building a log cabin. But it does start in the kitchen. Still, it's definitely a boy's perspective on that room. Written by two homeschool moms, inspired by their active boys and handyman fathers, this is a great "how-to" for teaching all the practical aspects of a young man's education. Geared toward boys ages 9-15, I can also imagine girls enjoying both the practical kitchen basics with mom and time with dad learning some things from "his world." Regardless of how and with whom you choose to use it, you'll find this manual a handy reference. Instruction is straight-forward with just a hint of humor (you like to eat learn to cook) and peppered with helpful black & white illustrations. In the kitchen, there are practical rules like "don't put an empty pot on a hot burner it will ruin the pot!" as well as simple how-tos like washing the dishes and reading a recipe, with a nice selection of simple, healthy recipes. Other sections are more of what the title suggests manners, first aid and safety, around-the-house handyman, working with wood, gardening, outdoor adventures, and learning to manage money. There are lots of projects building a birdhouse, toolbox, log cabin, split-rail fence as well as skill-building gun safety, preparing a budget/bookkeeping, and knot-tying. We want our sons to learn these basic life skills, and it helps tremendously to have a "road map" like this one to lead us. 181 pgs, spiral-binding. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 031931
    ISBN: 9780764108259
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  • Item #: 065483
    ISBN: 9780758648228
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  • Item #: 061614
    ISBN: 9780890846384
    Retail: $10.00
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    Sam has reservations about Mr. Sanders, his mother's new friend. A humorous story about Sam's attempt to discourage the relationship.

  • Item #: 002442
    ISBN: 9780736960151
    Retail: $11.99
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    A Young Man’s Guide to Discovering His Bible introduces us to Zach, who with the guidance of his youth pastor, begins a journey of “unlocking the treasures” of God’s Word. As you read of Zach’s journey & transformation, the author will guide you in the same principals as well. Twelve chapters emphasize key observation tools and deep Bible study. Additional Bible study tools are discussed in a bonus appendix.

    Text is intermixed with fill-in questions that guide you naturally through the process; study and practice are equally emphasized; and each contains tools in the appendices to build spiritual training habits including reminders for Bible study, a Bible Reading Plan, and a Quiet Times Calendar. Approx. 200 pp, sc.

  • Item #: 183244
    ISBN: 9781579246259
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    This life story of Adoniram Judson follows him from childhood and youthful unbelief to trust in Jesus Christ and service on the mission field of Burma.

  • Item #: 064545
    ISBN: 9780375859694
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       Author Albert Marrin introduces modern readers to the life and legacy of the influential eighteenth- century writer and political theorist Thomas Paine. Clearly written as a defense of Paine’s humanistic political and religious values, the author seeks to portray him as a man that was endowed with a rare sense of insight and reason pertaining to civil and religious liberty. While the author aptly documents the powerful influence of Paine upon the emerging political and social conscience of Americans who were caught up in the struggle for independence, he is less successful in his efforts to portray him as a crusader for true liberty. This book will, however, help remind readers of the specific ways in which the American experiment in liberty has consistently been informed and driven by a multitude of philosophies and competing worldviews. Large print and attractive black & white photos make this volume visually appealing. 145 pgs, pb. ~ Mike

  • Item #: 027259
    ISBN: 9781840224351
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    This classic by Alexandre Dumas is the last novel he wrote featuring D'Artagnan and the Three Musketeers. With a young, unloved king on the throne, strain between the Musketeers, a mysterious prisoner at the Bastille, and a dark secret, the novel is bursting with adventure, suspense, fast-paced action, and even a bit of romance. The Wordsworth Classics Edition includes an introduction and notes by Keith Wren; 632 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 006581
    ISBN: 9780020419105
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  • Item #: 000750
    ISBN: 9780836118285
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    Young Gerhard Koestler lived in Germany in the 1500's. Although he inherits wealth from his parents' death, a series of adventures and narrow escapes leads him to Basel, Switzerland, where he is able to live in the same house as Erasmus. Erasmus' enemies accuse him of agreeing with Martin Luther, and it is often said that he "laid the egg that Luther hatched". But Erasmus just says that the Bible is his guide.

  • Item #: 064704
    ISBN: 9781576584378
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  • Item #: 010653
    ISBN: 9780147510426
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      This novel presents the inspiring and true story of the efforts of one young man to help his family and community survive a life-threatening famine. Hungry and with limited resources, a desperate man living in Malawi, Africa takes bold and decisive action to bring water and hope to an impoverished African village. The book includes a few simple black-and-white drawings and eight color photographs. Children today need to read more books about ordinary people who have truly made a positive difference in the world; this book certainly fits that mold. A required resource for Grade 4, Semester 2 Lightning Literature. 294 pgs, pb. ~ Mike

  • Item #: 055673
    ISBN: 9780890845950
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    Set in Paris during the French Revolution. A young man struggles to free himself from his own prison of bitterness.

  • Item #: 054459
    ISBN: 9780936110301
    Retail: $13.00
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    Designed to develop visual discernment, creative thinking skills and problem solving, this easy to use book contains 105 stand-alone activities for elementary and younger middle students. Within the pages of this resource, parents and teachers will find an introduction for use, activities designed to take 5-10 minutes each and suggested solutions for additional guidance. One example states: "A father and his young son went walking in the snow. They left tracks that you can see from above. How would that look?" Children would draw what they believe this would appear from above-while thinking through the facets of shoe size, stride and the idea of walking together. A suggested solution is shown making this a vital, user-friendly resource for developing critical thinking skills in children. 41pgs, pb ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 031229
    ISBN: 9780890843796
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    Set in Poland during World War II, this book portrays the courage and hope of a young boy persecuted because of his Jewish heritage (though not a Jew), and separated from his father. It is also a story about the coming of age of a young man as he faces dangers and struggles for survival in his war-torn country. My girls all really enjoyed this inspiring tale of a young person with courage, conviction, and faith.

  • Item #: 229203
    ISBN: 9781591664932
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    This moving book tells the story of Liz and Micah, a brother and sister who move from a farmhouse they love to a small apartment. While their parents search for a new house, they make do with the apartment. They begin to love their new home and especially a neighbor named Grandma Jan, an elderly women who also moved to the apartments from a farm. 75 pgs, pb.

  • Item #: 021565
    ISBN: 9781883937546
    Retail: $13.95
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    Palestine in the first century A.D. is as disturbed and divided as it is today. Apollodorus takes a risk and rescues a man whom a Roman patrol has left to die in the desert. When Apollodorus is killed by robbers, his three sons are left almost penniless. The youngest boy befriends the man rescued from the desert. From him the boy learns the art of the scribe, and together they try to find their identity. A serious story of an important time in history. Sequel to the Ides of April.

  • Item #: 060927
    ISBN: 9781602002319
    Retail: $17.99
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    I don't think I've ever heard men referred to as an endangered species. Not the half of the world's population that is expected to be able to grow a beard – but the miniscule fraction of that larger group who are actually willing to step up and assume the responsibilities of a man. This book is talking about manhood as understood from the manual for life – the Bible. Author Dennis Rainey explores five stages of a man's life – boyhood, adolescence, manhood, mentor, and patriarch – in a sincere exhortation "to action, to duty, to courage." Mr. Rainey writes with a passion and conviction that openly illustrates his desire to see boys grow into men of faith, substance, honor, gentleness, strength, and wisdom. Full of personal stories and practical examples, this book challenges boys to become men, and men to abandon mediocrity! 214 pgs, hc. – Zach
  • Item #: 034637
    ISBN: 9780890844533
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    The story of John Wycliffe, who dared to pursue his vision of an English Bible for the common man.

  • Item #: 030274
    Retail: $29.99
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    This nostalgic small piano measures 8.5" x 5" x 6" and plays 3 delightful tunes ("This Old Man", "The Muffin Man" and "Pop! Goes the Weasel"). Turn the wheel to select the tune you want and press the keys to hear the melodious sounds, no talent required!

  • Item #: 020511
    ISBN: 9781589973091
    Retail: $14.99
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    The knight in shining armor! It's hard to imagine a more masculine image. The knight embodied loyalty, courage, leadership, honesty, self-discipline, integrity, and perseverance. Author Robert Lewis wants to renew the vision that medieval fathers had for their sons. His desire stems from disappointment in his own upbringing from an "absentee" father, and he hopes that fathers today will not make the same mistake. Lewis outlines steps to bring our sons along the path to manhood just as the knights had a prescribed course of training. And just as ceremony marked the graduation of a young man from squire to knight, Lewis offers ideas for ceremonies to celebrate the passing of our sons into manhood. Consider these ideas as we prepare our sons to serve the King. 194 pgs, pb.

  • Cay
    Item #: 007684
    ISBN: 9780440416630
    Retail: $6.99
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    A young boy comes of age while shipwrecked, blinded and stranded on an island with a black man named Timothy. Despite being instilled with racial prejudices, he learns to overcome them and even admire Timothy's wisdom and survival skills.

  • Item #: 059580
    ISBN: 9781433543128
    Retail: $19.99
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    There is one main story in the Bible: the redemption of man by Jesus Christ. This story Bible tells that message in an engagingly colorful read. The text is brief but effective at illustrating the "big picture" of Scripture through many of the main stories from Genesis to Revelation. As first Bible story books go, this one does a great job staying true to the message while rendering it in terms easy for young children to learn. Instructions are also given for a free audio download of the author reading the story. 453 pgs. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 059579
    ISBN: 9781433543111
    Retail: $29.99
    Rainbow Price: $19.95

    There is one main story in the Bible: the redemption of man by Jesus Christ. This story Bible tells that message in an engagingly colorful read. The text is brief but effective at illustrating the "big picture" of Scripture through many of the main stories from Genesis to Revelation. As first Bible story books go, this one does a great job staying true to the message while rendering it in terms easy for young children to learn. Instructions are also given for a free audio download of the author reading the story. 453 pgs. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 059994
    ISBN: 9780385382847
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    Learn about the exploits of the daring aviator Charles Lindbergh as he labored to become the first man to fly a plane across the Atlantic Ocean from New York City to Paris, France.

  • Item #: 063662
    ISBN: 9781433542442
    Retail: $17.99
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    Popular Christian reformed Pastor and Theologian, Kevin DeYoung, weaves an enchanting story of God’s ultimate plan to redeem His rebellious people in this vibrantly illustrated children’s book. Beginning with the original man and woman, original sin and the promise that the evil serpent (the Devil) would be at war with Eve and her children, Mr. DeYoung leads us through God’s promise that one of Eve’s children would someday, sooner or later, crush the head of the snake. The following chapters explain in terms children can understand how God’s promise came true, even when it seemed hopeless. The concluding chapter reaffirms the hope we have in God’s promises. It reassures us that the resurrection is not the end; we live in the beginning of the end of the story. Jesus, the Snake Crusher, is coming back again to wipe away all the bad and every tear we shed, reminding us that God’s promises never fail and He never disappoints. A unique overview of the great theme and promises in the Bible. HC with silk ribbon. 127 pgs. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 061481
    ISBN: 9780544023246
    Retail: $7.99
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       Subtitled The Life of JRR Tolkien, Creator of the Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Tolkien was an author who took fairy tales and myth very seriously, highlighting a reverence for the past, pristine land, and, most of all, the fight between good and evil. This volume is a poetic, accessible, compact yet detailed biography of a man who was gifted (he learned four languages by age 5) and acquainted with difficulty and poverty. At the end, you’ll find a complete bibliography of Tolkien’s writings. 5” x 7.5”, 136 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 025567
    ISBN: 9780395313893
    Retail: $9.99
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    Cyrus is a sweetheart of a sea monster. One day, he comes across a large boat setting sail for the new world. When an old man on the dock tells them they’ll never make it, Cyrus takes it upon himself to make sure the people arrive safely. This is one of the cutest children’s stories I have read in a while, and I just might have to add it to my own library! By Bill Peet, 46 softcover pages. – Laura