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The Baker Book of Bible Travel for Kids by Anne Adams, published by Educational Publishing Concepts, Inc., 0801044235,1999. OUT OF PRINT - still available online or CHECK LIBRARY.
Here's what the back cover says about this resource: "The Baker Book of Bible Travel for Kids is a great tool to help children adventure into the ancient world of the Old and New Testaments. .. kids will be able to put themselves into the Bible stories and the places that Bible people walked. Geography plays a vital role in the spread of Christianity, and this book will help kids better understand how and where our faith took its roots..."
Each location in the book includes the following information:
Location name and pronunciation (THANK YOU!!!)
Traveler: the Bible person/s involved in the story
Transportation: what method of travel they used
What to take: any special items of interest pertinent to the story
Reason for visit: some background on the event or place
Then and Now: puts the geography in context of Bible times and modern times
Color illustrations: on each page
64 locations are included from Antioch to Zion!
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Hands-On Geography: Easy & Fun Activities for Exploring God's World, By: Maggie Hogan, Janice Baker, Bright Ideas Press, 2001, Reprint 2007, ISBN: 1892427036
Description: Geography is more than maps---and the world is more than continents and countries. These multi-grade projects provide an in-depth look at the world around us from a Christian perspective. Whether creating their own country notebook or studying about missionaries, your students will learn how geography affects economics, politics, science, religion, and cultures. Includes resource lists and reproducible work sheets and maps. 142 pages, softcover.