We may have bitten off too much to chew this month but we’re an ambitious bunch! For the month of August, the Moms of Master Books have taken on Studies in World History Vol. 1, the latest in top of the line history from Dr. James P. Stobaugh! Check out the description below and don’t miss the party because we’re offering you chances to win the featured 7th grade set, the entire series and a mystery prize from the author! Don’t miss the fun Tuesday, August 26th at 7pm CST. Hope to see you there!
In Studies in World History vol. 1 you’ll find
A complete year of junior high history that examines the world from creation, through the Fertile Crescent, Egypt, India, China, Japan, Greece, Christian history, and more! Continue Reading →
Master Books®, a division of New Leaf Publishing Group, announces the winner of the 2014 $3000 college scholarship. Junior and senior high school students submitted essays regarding this topic:
Evaluate Elijah’s Struggle as it pertains to God’s purpose in his life. Elaborate on the internal conflicts he faced as he made the decision to move from a place of fear into the complete purpose God designed for him. Are you seeking God’s plan for your life? In what ways are you actively searching out the destiny He has in store for you?
Cultural accounts of a wicked world, destroyed by a global flood, have been relegated to myth — even the history of Noah’s ark revealed in the Bible. Yet, in every corner of the world, you find these legends of a vastly destructive, worldwide flood event. Hundreds of legends — possibly as many as 600 — seem to point to many of the details familiar to those who have read the Biblical account of Noah and the ark. What are these legends, and what intriguing clues do they contain? What do they reveal about their possible common origin? Continue Reading →
Hello again everyone! This month, the Moms of Master Books are getting ready to travel to Greece! Just kidding…
But if we were, what better way to prepare than with this relatively short set of lessons hosted by Todd Friel?
Nominative, genitives, vocatives, accusatives, & datives… Is your head spinning yet? Who says Greek has to be this tough? With It’s NOT Greek to Me, you can have a video-based learning program right at your finger tips that with walk through through Greek basics without overwhelming or frustrating you. Continue Reading →