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What Parents Are Saying About “What Does the Bible Say About That?”

9781433502132Crossway’s homeschool book reviewers recently discussed What Does the Bible Say About That? by Carolyn Larsen on their blogs. Here are some of their comments:

“I was overjoyed to receive my copy of What Does the Bible Say About That? to use with my twelve year old. I immediately began incorporating it into our daily Bible study. Not only does it include the usual subjects such as truth and honesty, it includes subjects such as sarcasm, obesity, and world hunger.”

“Love it. It’s another wonderful book from Crossway. It’s simple and direct so that my oldest can understand the topics without problems. It gives some scriptures to relate to as well as some food for thought on each subject.”

“With over 300 topics (listed in alphabetical order in both the Table of Contents and the book itself), it contains something about almost anything your child might have questions about.”

You can read the full reviews by visiting the following blogs:

If you would like to join Crossway’s Homeschool Book Review Program or find out more about it, please e-mail Crossway at marketing@crossway.org.

May 28, 2009 | Posted in: Children,Parenting,Reviews | Author: Crossway Staff @ 11:06 am | 1 Comment »

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  1. I am interested in reviewing your homeschool material with my oldest sister, Mary Culpepper. My sister, who homeschooled her two daughters from birth through the 6th grade did a fantastic job in teaching and rearing them academically and Biblically, but with a different homeschooling curriculum. She is helping me as I decide to test out various teaching tools to teach my own 2 children now, who are already at elementary teaching school ages; one is about to begin Kindergarten and the other still has two more years of preschool. I realize I’m a little late in starting off with the thought to homeschool my own children; what can I say, except the desire never burned in me until just recently when my daughter had a panic attack (Yes, my kindergartner) in school. She literally began screaming, crying, yelling for mommy because she became suddenly overwhelmed in class. This prompted me to begin looking into teaching her myself at home; homeschooling both of my children at home. Please send me various materials to help in making my decision. Thank you very much!

    Sarah Lopez

    Comment by Sarah Lopez — June 1, 2009 @ 3:48 pm

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