Lessons From Nature for Youth
Creation itself displays the glory of God! Originally written in 1836, this book is based on the premise that examples of various virtues are exemplified in the animal kingdom. For example, a woodpecker demonstrates honesty. Each of the 50 two-page character lessons describes the animal or individual and then draws the personal application. Most of the readings highlight virtues as evidenced in the behavior of animals; some, however, are human examples that showcase either vices or virtues. This reprint retains all of the original: traditional type-set style font, original language and writing structure, etc. Therefore, some archaic terms are also included such as Esquimaux (Eskimo/Inuit). Consequently, for younger children, this might best serve as a read aloud. A unique way to discuss character development. 96 pp, sc. ~ Ruth
Scripture often characterizes Creation as a reliable educator and a revelation of God's truth. Our reprint of an 1836 original capitalizes upon that principle, teaching virtues from examples found in the animal kingdom such as loyalty from a buffalo and honesty in the behavior of a woodpecker. this resource's creative and refreshing perspective will appeal to all ages. 96.pages. paperback.
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