Old Homestead Tales - Set of 4

Old Homestead Tales - Set of 4
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    Author: Neil Wayne Northey
    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: AB Publishing
    Series: Old Homestead Tales
    Ages: 8 to 12
    Size: 5¼ X 7½
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    Originally printed in the 1930s by Pacific Press Publishing, these storybooks are classics that imprint lasting Biblical lessons on the heart of a child.

    The wild creatures and feathered friends of nature can teach us important lessons about the love and character of God.

    Nature-lover and author Neil Wayne Northey uses the lessons, humor, beauty, and even dangers found in nature to teach us the principles of righteous living. Each delightful story is peppered with old black-and-white illustrations and encourages children of all ages to love and care for the world God created.


    Inside- The Bluebirds and Their Neighbors

    Titles include:


    The Bluebirds and Their Neighbors

    The Bluebirds and Their Neighbors will encourage you to watch for God's creatures around your own home. The Old Homestead animals may very well live near you too. Sharpen your awareness of your neighborhood animals through laughing Robin Red and Tattler Jay.


    The Mallards and Their Neighbors

    The Mallards and Their Neighbors makes learning about nature fun! The author, Neil Wayne Northey, describes the wonders of wildlife around the pond in a simple, understandable way. Character lessons are taught throughout each chapter. Elementary through adult will enjoy this story of the life cycle of the Mallards and their friends.


    Paddletail the Beaver and His Neighbors

    Neil Wayne Northey continues to teach us principles of right living in his book, Paddletail the Beaver and His Neighbors. The animals around Wildwood Pond are more timid, but help us learn to be open, caring, and show good manners, no matter where we live. God can teach us about ourselves through studying works of nature.


    Wild Creatures in Winter

    Wild Creatures in Winter introduces animals that live on the Old Homestead during wintertime. These creatures teach us to practice thriftiness and to work now and be prepared for the future. Most of all, we can learn that God made the animals and loves them just as He loves us.