Item description for Dry Bones and Other Fossils by Gary E. Parker, Various & Jonathon Chong...
Overview Join the Parker family on their fossil hunting adventure. Dr. Gary Parker and his wife Mary explain to their children what fossils are and how they are formed. They show how fossil support Noah's Flood and contradict evolution. The Parker's give answers for many questions, including, "Did the Grand Canyon require millions of years to form of could it have been created very quickly?" Learn how to conduct your won fossil hunt and how to prepare the larger fossils for moving.
Publishers Description Fall in step with the Parker family as they travel the country investigating fossil graveyards. Learn how fossils are formed, found, and displayed. A full-color journey through a part of the earth's history - from a biblical standpoint. Special emphasis is given to the fossil record as it relates to flood action. Ages 6 - 12.
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Studio: Master Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.18" Width: 8.72" Height: 0.43" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Jan 20, 1999
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
Grade Level Middle School
ISBN 0890512035 ISBN13 9780890512036
Availability 0 units.
More About Gary E. Parker, Various & Jonathon Chong
Gary E. Parker is the author of several nonfiction books and articles, as well as more than fifteen novels. He and his family live in Suwanee, Georgia, and he serves as a pastor in the Atlanta area.
Gary E. Parker currently resides in Atlanta, in the state of Georgia.
Gary E. Parker has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Dry Bones and Other Fossils?
Misleading as a "science book" Feb 6, 2007
While this book does give some valid information about fossils, it is really a Christian book about the Flood and how the Bible can explain different scientific phenomenon. I am a Christian, but I am also a public school teacher and it would definately not be appropriate for school use. My mom had ordered this book for my second grade class, but I can't even bring it in and read parts of it because of the constant references to God and Noah's flood being caused by sin, etc.
Excellent Resource Confirming the Flood Oct 6, 2005
This book is very engaging and effective in giving young students an understanding of the world impact of the Biblical Flood. It is well illustrated and provides simple experiments such as to visualize the outcome of post-flood soil layers. I highly recommend it for all Christian parents as a first step in understanding the historical and scientific truths of the Bible.
pseudoscience book Aug 14, 2004
I am disappointed and concerned that this site groups this book in with earth science. It should be classified with religious books or in a separate category altogether. This is NOT SCIENCE! It is taking a foregone conclusion and selecting parts of evidence the author "likes" while ignoring evidence that refutes his conclusions.
Awesome Book!! Nov 4, 2002
This book is very good because it is a switch off book. That means that a kid reads and then a dad reads. It tells how God brought the Flood and made the fossils.
Good Book! Nov 4, 2002
Me, my mom, my brother and sister read "Dry Bones and Other Fossils" by Dr. Gary Parker. I thought this was a very good book. You should read it because it teaches us about how evolution and creation are completely different. I rate this book five stars.