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  • Classical Education And The Home School (Revised)

    $7.00

    Introduction
    1. The Necessity For Hard Work
    2. A Brief Description Of Classical And Christian Education
    3. Component Parts Of A Classical And Christian Education
    4. The Basics Of Latin
    5. The Basics Of Logic
    6. The Basics Of Rhetoric
    7. The Basics Of Christian Worldview Thinking
    8. What General Curriculum To Use?
    9. Conclusion
    Appendix A: Beginning Reading Lists
    Appendix B: Other Resources

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    As the trend toward a classical and Christian education increases, many parents are seeking ways to develop such an approach in their home schools. This booklet introduces the topic of classical and Christian education with an overview of the Trivium (grammar, logic, rhetoric) as used in a biblical context. We removed all the gnostic, Neil Postman parts that plagued the earlier version.

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  • Dutch Color

    $12.00

    1. Beach Flop
    2. Secret Election
    3. Short Cuts
    4. Pharaoh’s Man
    5. Running Bombs
    6. Staring Deeply
    7. Hungry Spies
    8. Family Secrets
    9. Painted Prison
    10. Proof Sketches
    11. Friars’ Arms
    12. Bethel’s Oil
    Acknowledgments

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    Amid the golden era of Dutch art, Clara has a passion for painting and life. But the two don’t always mix. Her father is long overdue from Italy with the latest paint recipes, but lies, famous art, rare tulips, and sugary girls crowd Clara’s search for her father. Someone knows where he might be, but it will cost more than Clara’s talents to find out. Unfortunately, all the car-chase scenes have been excised.

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  • Huguenot Garden

    $12.00

    1. Friends And Enemies
    2. High Calling
    3. The Misunderstanding
    4. Rahab’s Sisters
    5. Stars And Sand
    6. Church Rest
    7. Refuge From The Storm
    8. The Pretended Freethinker
    9. Fruitful Lessons
    10. Dust Of Wrath
    11. Anchor Of Faith
    12. New Sand
    Bibliography

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    Huguenot Garden is a children’s story of the daily and adventurous episodes in the lives of Renee and Albret Martineau, young twin sisters in a seventeenth-century, French Protestant family.

    The episodes follow the twins and the rest of the Martineau family as they work, worship, commune, and suffer persecution together.

    The story aims to portray the ideas and historical details common to Huguenot life in La Rochelle, France, 1685, a tragic year whose final quarter brought the full wrath of Louis XIV. For children five and up.

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