Absolutely Awesome 2

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Sep 6, 2001 - Religion - 256 pages
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This sequel to Tyndale's four-color interactive devotional will take kids ages 8-12 on more awesome journeys through God's creation. Kids who ask, “How can fish breathe underwater?” or “Do bugs ever get lost?” or “Can anything grow in the desert?” will find the answers here. And underlying all of the interesting facts is encouragement to worship and praise the Creator. Kids will find cool experiments, puzzles, activities, and suggested readings. Each day offers journaling space, Scripture verses, and prayers to help kids learn to trust God's awesome plan and power.
 

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Contents

Corol Reefs
8
Wild Horses
144
Rock House
165
Deserts l A World without Bugs
204
Tinkering l Clean Up Your Messier
222
Could We Should We Nebula
228
Embryos Are People Too l77 Middle
234
For the Birds Index of Scientific Terms
243
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Michael Carroll is a science artist and journalist, who has been called in by various museums to render detailed drawings and paintings of scientific exhibits. Caroline Carroll is also a writer and artist. They've interviewed and have close working relationships with many paleontologists and other scientists. Their latest devotional called Absolutely Awesome, was published by Tyndale in February 2000, and Dinosaurs, published by Cook, was a Gold Medallion finalist in the elementary category this year. They are the authors of the "A Child's Guide to" science series published by Cook in the 1990s.

Michael Carroll is a science artist and journalist, who has been called in by various museums to render detailed drawings and paintings of scientific exhibits. Caroline Carroll is also a writer and artist. They've interviewed and have close working relationships with many paleontologists and other scientists. Their latest devotional called Absolutely Awesome, was published by Tyndale in February 2000, and Dinosaurs, published by Cook, was a Gold Medallion finalist in the elementary category this year. They are the authors of the 'A Child's Guide to' science series published by Cook in the 1990s.

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