September Facebook Party- MMB Investigate The New Astronomy Book

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Fall is finally here and to celebrate the cooler weather, we’re talking about a really cool book!  To get ready for this month’s party, the Moms of Master Books and their kids have spent September getting to know the universe with the help of  The New Astronomy Book.
With Creation itself as a launch point, we’ve been exploring the mysteries and marvels of space. From constellations, to quasars and everything in between, the universe is an amazing declaration of the glory and power of God! Beautiful and breathtaking in its scale, the vast expanse of the heavens is something we struggle to study, understand, or even comprehend in terms of its purpose and size.
In The New Astronomy Book, you’ll learn how to observe the heavens through a Biblical lens.  Up-to-date astronomical data and details on recent discoveries will help you to learn about the dynamics of planets, stars, galaxies. What we know pales in comparison to the full glory of God’s Creation as is evidenced by the fact that we’re still working so hard to learn more about planets, moons, and comets within our own solar system.

The book also delves into the history of astronomy discussing what it is, who the great and how our perception of the heavenly bodies has influenced everything from religion to exploration over the years.  From astrology to astrophysics, we’ve gone many directions with our studies of the stars over time.  The New Astronomy Book will walk you it all and demonstrate how how amazing Creation really is.
Filled with amazing facts, scriptural references to the Heavens, superbly detailed pictures, and even a 24-inch, full-color, pull-out poster, this book really packs it in! Come join the party on Tuesday September 30th at 7pm CST and join us as we celebrate the arrival of this fun and information-packed book!

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Written by April

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April Keown is a Marketing Coordinator and Social Media Manager for New Leaf Publishing Group. She earned her bachelor’s degree at College of the Ozarks and is in the process of pursuing an MBA through Capella University. Despite being a working mother, she is a huge proponent of home-education and is proud to be affiliated with the NLPG’s mission to spread God’s truth through their Master Books and New Leaf Press imprints. April considers herself to be a walking testimony to the fact that God never stops pursuing His children and that no matter what you walk through, He will bring you out on the other side with a new-found testimony to share!

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About April

April Keown is a Marketing Coordinator and Social Media Manager for New Leaf Publishing Group. She earned her bachelor’s degree at College of the Ozarks and is in the process of pursuing an MBA through Capella University. Despite being a working mother, she is a huge proponent of home-education and is proud to be affiliated with the NLPG’s mission to spread God’s truth through their Master Books and New Leaf Press imprints. April considers herself to be a walking testimony to the fact that God never stops pursuing His children and that no matter what you walk through, He will bring you out on the other side with a new-found testimony to share!

28 thoughts on “September Facebook Party- MMB Investigate The New Astronomy Book

  1. Shaun Tabatt

    History was definitely a strong interest for me when I was growing up, but as we’ve homeschooled our kids, my wife and I realize just how much we weren’t taught during our k-12 and college educations.

  2. Sarah

    I have always liked history, but I never really started loving it until college. I absolutely love it now!!!

  3. Christy Walk

    I liked history as a kid. I found it boring when I was in high school but I have appreciated it even more now.

  4. Melanie schemanski

    I couldn’t stand history, finding it very boring. Now there are some awesome resources for learning and I love teaching it to my kids

  5. Cristy S.

    History was about memorization of dates back in the Stone Age when I was in school. I’m loving it a lot more now that we get to study it the way we WANT!

  6. Kimberly

    Not so much then, but yes now. I live in an area that’s rich with our nations beginning which has lit a spark.

  7. Susan

    As a kid the only history I liked was what my elders shared. As I’ve grown, I’ve learned to make history come alive no matter who tells the story and I LOVE it!

  8. Tamara

    History wasn’t an interest or a strong subject for me in school whatsoever. Not the way it was taught, anyway! Now that we Homeschool, i am finally learning it and enjoying it!

  9. Barbara Blanton

    I loved history and still read about it. I am trying to get my kids to learn to love history as well by taking them places and sharing what I know.

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