Written by noted author Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by the legendary Dahlov Ipcar, this story features a charming main character’s simple and imaginative day spent catching fish, in comparison and contrast to a big fisherman's day at sea. Children will love the size differences throughout the book, of both the fishermen and their boats, especially when the imaginative sizes are set against the riveting and realistic fishing scenes.
The Words and Works of Indiana’s Pioneer County Extension Agents
This title chronicles the tales of Indiana’s first county Extension agents, from 1912 to 1939. Their story is a history lesson on what agriculture was like at the turn of the 20th century and a lesson about how patient outreach and dedicated engagement—backed by proven science from university research—reshaped and modernized Indiana agriculture.
A Father's Secrets, A Daughter's Search
Who is Josef Katz? The fun-loving, harmonica-playing dad Sara loves so much? Or the monster who abuses Sara's mother and locks himself in the bathroom, unable to beat his addiction? Eight-year-old Sara Katz huddles under the covers, listening to her parents' muffled arguments and fighting the sleep that inevitably brings her bad dreams—dreams of her terrifying Shadow Father, a heroin addict.
Cosmology, Time and You
Taking his inspiration from Stephen Hawking's groundbreaking A Brief History of Time, author Andrew McLauchlin brings his background as a physicist to bear on this fascinating subject. What Really Happens When You Die? is a journey of discovery into a realm that offers an astonishing explanation for one of life's imponderables.
Or the Poet, the King, and the Mysterious Men in Black
The long-awaited Strange Round Bird brings Eden Unger Bowditch’s Young Inventors Guild trilogy to a satisfying conclusion—no mean feat with so many threads and mysteries to be resolved. The children—young inventors all—set out through the streets of Cairo, finding clues, analyzing mysteries, and utilizing those curious inventions they've so carefully designed.
The chronological harmonizing of the parallel accounts of the four Gospels provides a unique reading experience exclusively in the King James Version, nothing has been added and nothing has been deleted. Thus, The Four in One Gospels certainly cannot substitute for the original as God divinely inspired the original writers, each with its own unique style and content, and with a unique purpose. This faithful Gospel book is perfect for seekers, new believers, and old scholars alike.