Item description for From Sea to Shining Sea for Children: Discovering God's Plan for America in Her First Half-Century of Independence, 1787-1837 by Peter Marshall, David Manuel & Anna Wilson Fishel...
Overview This informative book begins with the years following the Revolutionary War and concludes with America on the brink of the tragic Civil War. Readers discover how godly influences shaped the writing of America's constitution as the authors describe the ways that God has worked through people such as Chief Justice John Marshall and Francis Asbury. Illustrations.
Publishers Description A child's version of the best-selling chronicle of how God led America after the Revolution. Ages 9-13.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 5.98" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2001
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
Grade Level Grade School
ISBN 0800754840 ISBN13 9780800754846
Availability 0 units.
More About Peter Marshall, David Manuel & Anna Wilson Fishel
Dr. Peter Marshall is a psychologist who has written three books: "Now I Know Why Tigers Eat Their Young: How to Survive Your Teenagers with Humour," "Cinderella Revisited: How to Survive Your Stepfamily without a Fairy Godmother" and "Sex, Nursery Rhymes and Other Evils: A Look at The Bizarre, Amusing, Sometimes Shocking Advice of Victorian Childcare Experts," He is a member of the National Speakers Bureau and speaks across Canada and the United States.
Reviews - What do customers think about From Sea to Shining Sea for Children: Discovering God's Plan for America in Her First Half-Century of Independence, 1787-1837?
A continuation of the great Christian heritage of our nation Jun 17, 1999
Once I read The Light and The Glory with my children, I knew that their education in American history would not be complete without this book. We were not disappointed. This book continues the narration of the great Christian heritage of the USA. As the settlers struggled to carve out a nation and our fledgling country grappled with issues between ourselves, our neighboring countries, and the Native American nation within our new boundaries, faith in God prevailed. The evidence for perseverence in faith is an inspiration to my children when they face daily struggles that are not as monumental. "Review" questions stimulate deep thought about the moral responsibility each one of us has to our country and our God. As with the first book, this is a great character building tool for our future citizens.