Pirates, Explorers, Trailblazers

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Creative Teaching Press, Jun 1, 1987 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Selected activities are designed to challenge gifted students in grades 4 through 6 and to help them develop and apply higher-level thinking skills.

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Contents

The Golden Age of Piracy
11
A Pirate by Any Other Name
17
Pirate Chasers
23
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

BEVERLY ARMSTRONG is a renaissance woman an energeticpersonality called for such a time as this. God has gifted her to functionin her calling as servant of God worshiper teacher Deaconesswife mother grandmother and clinical therapist. For years thisauthor has had a burning passion for Gods people to walk in totaldeliverance and evidenced this commitment as she selfpublishedher first book Poetic Messages of Deliverance. This authors writings areprofound demonstrations and reflections of Gods Word as they honorenlighten and edify by producing purpose promise and possibility.Her unique gift of expression was recognizedby My Brothers Keeper Benevolent Society Inc. MBKBSIaffording them no choice but to invite Beverly to join theironair staff weekly with Moments of Inspiration. During this 6month period comments poured in weekly from the DetroitMetropolitan area listening audience about the effect thatdeliverance had on their lives. God inspired Beverly to add knowledge andcredentials to her spiritual vocational calling. She attaineda Bachelors degree in Psychology and a Masters in SocialWork both through Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan.This author is a recipient of the Graduate professionalScholarship Margret Hummberger Private Scholarship theSenior Scholars Award and is a member of the Golden KeyNational Honor Society.

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