History & Geography A AH4

History & Geography A

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Mysterious people, far-away places, long-ago times!

History & Geography A will take you and your children on an exciting, whirlwind tour of world cultures, history and geography. You and your kids will sail into many ports and...

  • Discover what it was like to live in a castle.
  • Meet the man who dared to take a stand against Adolph Hitler.
  • Marvel at how children used to dress to sleep and play.
  • Admire the modern martyr who reached out to Stone-Age Indians.
  • Take a spin in the first car, plane, balloon and rocket ship.
  • Encounter the slave trader who later wrote one of the most popular hymns of all time.
  • Visit dangerous mountains, lush jungles and barren deserts.

Best of all, this is but a sampling of the people you will meet, the places you will go, and the fascinating things you and your children will learn this year.

History & Geography

Living Long Ago (AH02)

From ancient Egypt to the early part of this century: satisfy or spark your child's curiosity about how people used to dress, travel, eat and live.


Timeline Figures A (AH03)

Over 40 Timeline Figures for Sonlight A on self-adhesive heavy card stock. Just cut them out, color and stick them in your Timeline Book.


Usborne Internet-Linked Children's Encyclopedia (AH04)

Introduces your child to world geography, geology, cultures, weather, simple physics (light, levers, etc.) and much more. Fun pictures throughout.


Out of Darkness (AH08)

A biography of Louis Braille. From his childhood and time at the Royal Institute for Blind Youth in Paris, through the latter years of his life as he persevered until the alphabet he developed gained acceptance.


Game On in Ancient Greece (AH09)

Siblings end up at the inception of the ancient Greek Olympics. The comic book style invites repeated reading. Excellent content and enjoyable.


The Good News Must Go Out (AH10)

Mama Laird served as a missionary in the Central African Republic for decades, and saw great moves to God. One dear follower was beaten by drunks until he almost died, but 300 or so people came to his house of death and followed Jesus, until a day no one came. Then he said, "God, let me get up or die." Incredible, beautiful, challenging. Marvelous.


Return of the White Book (AH11)

God prepared the way for the Karen people of Burma to come to know him. When George Boardman and Adoniram Judson arrived, the Burmese were not terribly interested, but the Karen were desperately ready. Incredible story of God at work.


Read Alouds

Mary on Horseback (AA23)

There are no hospitals or doctors in the Appalachian Mountains in the 1920s, so Mary Breckinridge, founds the Frontier Nursing Service to help those in need.


Johnny Appleseed: The Story of a Legend (AA24)

The real Johnny Appleseed was born John Chapman in 1774, in a small Massachusetts village. Discover his story through this wise and witty work. Learn how the apple tree-planting folk hero helped open and tame the American frontier.

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