Trees of the Book

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Trees of the book

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Trees of the Book – Learning from God’s Creation

Explore the Bible and learn from God’s creation. This entertaining and educational book offers children loads of fun. At the same time they’ll be learning about the Bible.

Inside its pages you’ll find:

• Bible stories told from the viewpoint of the tree
• Fast facts to help identify the specific tree
• An activity to help reinforce the truth in the lesson
• Challenging questions to support each story
• Glossary and “People of the Bible” sections to define difficult words
• Project suggestions to enhance your learning

This engaging and instructive book is a colourful introduction to trees, leaves and their corresponding Bible stories. It’s ideal for 7 to 9 year olds, for home or school use and classroom sharing in grades 2/3 to supplement the Life Sciences Curriculum on Plant Life.

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Would you like your children to learn how God speaks through nature? Studying God’s trees can be the first step to connecting naturally with God. 
 
After your children participate in the activities in TREES OF THE BOOK, they will know that God speaks in nature. Trees are a part of the stories of Abraham, Elijah, Solomon and Moses’. 
 
Each of the seven chapters includes a Bible story told from the viewpoint of the tree, fast facts to help identify the specific tree, and an activity to help reinforce the truth in the lesson. Challenging questions support each story. A glossary at the back of the book defines words highlighted in bold. 
 
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2 Responses to Trees of the Book

  1. Jim Edwards http://www.amazon.com/Your-Invitation-ebook/dp/B00BTNGYM0 says:

    Walking round the giant sequioas in Sequoia National Park was very strange – to grasp that some of these trees were doing very nicely thank-you when King David was around! King who? Yes the biblical King David! Some of them have been there that long….
    I have a lovely photo I will have to try and share with you, of a group of trees at the end of a car park. At first glance they look like a normal group of trees by the fence – until you zoom in and realize you’ve stepped into Liiliput – and there’s a person in the middle to give the scale – almost too small too see until you zoom right in.
    Sounds like a lovely idea for a book – all best wishes with it.
    Psalm 1:3
    Rev 22:2
    Blessings on you
    Jim

  2. Jim, I would love to see your photo! Since writing the book, I’ve developed a deeper love for God’s nature.

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