Children's Atlas of God's World
A one-of-a-kind atlas that glorifies God, explores His creation, and honors His followers around the world! Discover amazing wonders of God's creation, including longest rivers, tallest mountains, and more. Examine interesting factual details about Christian explorers, missionaries,...
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A one-of-a-kind atlas that glorifies God, explores His creation, and honors His followers around the world!
Discover amazing wonders of God's creation, including longest rivers, tallest mountains, and more. Examine interesting factual details about Christian explorers, missionaries, and history makers. learn about geographic features and how these were formed by the Flood, plate tectonics, and volcanic activity - plus other details of God's amazing design.
The atlases that line the shelves of libraries and bookstores are filled with both evolutionary thought and secular worldviews. This atlas is packed with unique insights into Christian history makers and amazing landmarks. One will explore the design of ecosystems and biomes, great civilizations, and discoveries found around the world. The full-color, visually engaging book provides a dual purpose as an elementary curriculum and a valued reference tool.
Outline maps and facts regarding the seven continents are provided, as well as detailed maps and data of the featured countries. The comprehensive information provided for each focus country will bring to light their culture and traditions, holidays, exploration, legal system, and economic industries, as well as missionary accounts and other material to help children connect to people from regions around the globe.
Craig Froman grew up in Northern California, where he gained inspiration from the Pacific Ocean, as well as the Sierra Nevada mountains. A curriculum writer and editor at New Leaf Publishing Group, he has a bachelor of arts in business administration, and a masters degree in education. He currently resides in Berryville, Arkansas. Connect with him on Facebook at facebook.com/cmfroman, Twitter at twitter.com/cmfroman, or his blog "What in the Word" at whatintheword.com.