On the Coffee Table: The Genesis Era
After our trip to California we will be diving into a brief, chronological overview of world history. In preparation, our coffee table features some early history books to help lay the foundationbeginning at Genesis 1:1.
Some of the books Kaira is reading independently, but many Ill read aloud, as they are too “heavy” for Kendra to enjoy alone.
Life in the Great Ice Age was especially interesting to me. The dinosaur and global flood books are excellent, but are topics Ive seen covered quite frequently from a Creation Science perspective. The Ice Age book covers “newer ground”or at least ground that is newer to me!
Here's a list of the books on our Coffee Table:
Dinosaurs by Design by Dr Duane Gish
Dinosaurs of Eden by Ken Ham
In the Days of Noah by Earl and Bonnie Snellenberger
Life in the Great Ice Age by Michael and Beverly Oard
Adam and his Kin by Ruth Beechick
Genesis: Finding our Roots by Ruth Beechick
The True Story of Noah's Ark by Tom Dooley and Bill Looney
The final one listed, The True Story of Noah's Ark, is a special treat–rich in both illustrations and information!
The Ruth Beechick books I've had for several years, while most of the others are new from the “Easter Frog”. (We'll take books over marshmallow peeps any day!)