Families, schools, and churches can unfold 15 feet of the most interesting history of the world. This easy to follow, color-coded, multi-stream timeline teaches six thousand years of world history to children ages seven through thirteen.
These exciting facts and so much more wait inside:
Who were the first emperors of China and Rome
What discovery unlocked the secrets of a forgotten language
How modern robotics had its roots in the tea dolls of Japan
Where Christians faced death for the entertainment of thousands
Why the languages of Greek and Hebrew were used to write the Bible
How the Age of Discovery meant wealth for some, and the destruction of civilization for others.
Understanding how the past has shaped our future will inspire young learners to make history for themselves!
The interior panels only (without hard cover) version is appropriate for displaying as a visual tool on a wall for example. This version will also stretch out the entire 15 feet.
Change to Chains: The 6.000 Year Quest for Control
How did past civilizations rise and fall? How rare is America's experiment with a republic? With every crisis, is power being taken away from "the people" and transferred to the central government. Does history give us a clue as to where all this is all headed?
Is past behavior the best indicator of future performance? What can we expect? Find out as world history comes alive from a whole new perspective in Change to Chains - the 6000 year quest for control.
Inspired by the American Family Studios feature film Summer Snow.
Written by AFA Journal staff member, Joy Lucius, the reader gets a closer, more in-depth look at the Benson Family, specifically Hallie.
Along with her dad and her two older siblings, Hallie begins a painful search for healing and stability in the midst of the deep and aching loss of her beloved mother Susan. It won’t be an easy quest; that’s why Susan left a trail of clues for Hallie to follow in her journey toward peace and restoration, a trail filled with Hallie’s favorite flower, the dandelion. But the trail of dandelions did not begin at Hallie Benson’s front door. In fact, that trail of summer snow started long ago, thousands of miles away in Nicaragua. In this portion of her story, Hallie finds herself at the beginning of that trail, walking in the footsteps of a family of missionaries serving in Central America. And along the way, Hallie, as well as her readers, discovers that big miracles often begin with childlike faith as tiny as a dandelion seed.
The novel is a story about two friends in love with the same woman. One is accused of murdering the other at a social function and the trial which follows. The setting is small town America in the late ''40s and early ''50s. It reveals an impartial look at the personalities behind the screen in the small, southern town of Cotton City, Mississippi; their values and vices — each one’s reputations in the light of day and their real character human weaknesses in the shadows of night. The novel also tells the story of the town-drunk wife abuser, an alcoholic businessman, the highly successful county-lawyer, a porn-addicted contractor, a beloved alcoholic town doctor, a city mayor and county sheriff—whose politics come before policing — and a much loved country preacher.