Sketches From Church History
Sketches From Church History by S.M. Houghton. Traces the story of Christendom from the earliest times to the end of the nineteenth century. A great introduction to church history. Excellent for homeschooling especially when used with Rebecca Frawley's new Student Workbook. (See next item on the page.) Paperback.


Sketches from Church History: Student Workbook (NEW)
by Rebecca Frawley. Finally a workbook to use with the excellent study, Sketches from Church History by S.M. Houghton. These two books can be used as excellent tools for teaching an overview of the onward march of the church of Christ from its early days to the end of the 19th century. Includes course syllabus, questions and answers, charts, time lines, maps, puzzles, and essay topics. Excellent for homeschooling and Christian schools. Spiral bound. Junior high and above.


The Judgment and Destruction of Jerusalem
An exciting reprint published by Sprinkle Publications. This book chronicles the judgment and destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 and explains how Christ's own prophecies were fulfilled. The book also reveals the importance of this historical event for all Christendom. Hardback.

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Where do you think you're going, Christopher Columbus?
by Jean Fritz. The author captures the essence of Christopher Columbus; vain, proud and stubborn and yet a man of deep religious conviction, brave and optimistic. A good, honest presentation of the man exposing both his faults and his virtues. Paperback. Ages 8-11.


Will You Sign Here John Hancock?
by Jean Fritz. A sympathetic and amusing story about John Hancock, the man who signed the Declaration of Independence so big that the King of England did not need his spectacles to read it. Illustrated. Ages 8-11. Paperback.


Why don't you get a horse, SAM ADAMS?
by Jean Fritz. The story of how Samuel Adams got ready to make history by getting a horse. A factual and humorous narrative effectively describing the start of colonial dissent from England focusing on the reluctant rider from Boston. Paperback. Ages 8-11.


What's the Big Idea, Ben Franklin?
by Jean Fritz. A delightful telling of the inventiveness of Benjamin Franklin. Aside from being a man of ideas, the reader will also discover Ben Franklin the ambassador to England, the printer, an almanac maker, a statesman, and a defender of American liberty. Paperback. Ages 8-11.


And Then What Happened Paul Revere
by Jean Fritz. An entertaining presentation of little-known facts will be enjoyed by primary and middle graders. Illustrations throughout portray the era and show many facets of Colonial life. Paperback. Youth 8-12.


Where was Patrick Henry on the 29th of May
by Jean Fritz. A good, refreshing look at Patrick Henry showing both positive and negative characteristics of his life. Illustrated throughout. Paperback. Youth 8-12 years.


The Story of the Statue of Liberty
Here is a fascinating and comprehensive history of this beloved American landmark, from Bartholdi's first sketch to the final unveiling celebration. Large paperback, Illustrated for Ages 8 and up.


George Washington: A Collection
edited by W.B. Allen. Good one-volume collection of the writings of the first president.


Political Sermons of the American Founding Era (2 Vols)
edited by Ellis Sandoz. A collection of sermons which give insight into the political thinking of many of the Pastors of the founding era.