Trees of the Book – A review
Kimberley Payne awakens children (and adults) to the immense knowledge that can be found in the Bible. In her book, Trees of the Book, Kimberley focusses on some of the trees found in Scripture. She tells short stories related to the “tree Scripture”; asks questions; gives a few interesting (and to me unknown) facts and gives various activities to review the information.
The artwork is delightful and colourful.
I found, even as an adult, that I learned much from this little book.
It would be perfect for homeschoolers; Christian Schools and Sunday Schools.
Bravo Kimberley for a great resource.
TREES OF THE BOOK – BACK COVER
Explore the Bible and learn from God’s creation. This entertaining and educational book offers children loads of fun. At the same time they’ll be learning about the Bible.
Inside its pages you’ll find:
- Bible stories told from the viewpoint of the tree
- Fast facts to help identify the specific tree
- An activity to help reinforce the truth in the lesson
- Challenging questions to support each story
- Glossary and “People of the Bible” sections at the back of the book define words which are highlighted in bold
- Project suggestions to enhance your learning
This engaging and instructive book is a colourful introduction to trees, leaves and their corresponding Bible stories. It’s ideal for 7 to 9 year olds, for home or school use and classroom sharing in grades 2/3 to supplement the Life Sciences Curriculum on Plant Life.
Blog dedicated to the book: http://www.scienceandfaithmatters.wordpress.com
YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/AndFaithMatters/videos?view=0
FB author page: www.facebook.com/KimberleyPayne.Author
About the Author:
Kimberley Payne is a former college teacher and lover of Jesus and Mr. Sketch scented markers. She combines her teaching experience and her love of writing to create educational materials for children.
Kimberley lives in a village east of Toronto, Ontario Canada where she hikes the trails and writes about family, fitness and faith.