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Bryan Pollard,Renee Meloche
ISBN13:
978-1576582367
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1576582361
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YWAM Publishing (October 20, 2002)
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William Carey: Bearer of Good News (Heroes for Young Readers). Renee Meloche is the author of the Heroes for Young Readers series, written to inspire children to dream big, stand tall for God, and be a hero

William Carey: Bearer of Good News (Heroes for Young Readers). Jim Elliot: A Light for God (Heroes for Young Readers). Renee Meloche is the author of the Heroes for Young Readers series, written to inspire children to dream big, stand tall for God, and be a hero. A graduate YWAM's School of Creative Ministries, Renee has worked as a missionary overseas. She served aboard the mercy ship, the Anastasis, where she first dreamed of writing true stories that would encourage children to discover the wonder and joy that awaits them when they live their lives for God.

of Good News By Renee Taft Meloche Illustrated by Bryan Pollard. poems and unforgettable color illustrations of the Heroes for Young Readers series.

HEROES FOR YOUNG READERS William Carey: Bearer of Good News By Renee Taft Meloche Illustrated by Bryan Pollard. Now Heroes for Young Readers introduces younger children to the lives of Christian heroes! Whether reading for themselves or being read to, children love the captivating rhyming poems and unforgettable color illustrations of the Heroes for Young Readers series. Pages: 32 (hardcover, fully illustrated).

The Heroes for Young Readers series introduces younger children to the lives of Christian heroes. Perfect for read-alouds or early independent readers, children will love the captivating rhyming poems and color illustrations. Recommended for ages 5 to 10. Product Information

The Heroes for Young Readers series introduces younger children to the lives of Christian heroes. Product Information. ▲. Title: William Carey: Bearer of Good News By: Renee Taft Meloche Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 32 Vendor: Ywam Publishing Dimensions: 8 X . (inches). ISBN: 1576582361 ISBN-13: 9781576582367 Ages: 5-10 Series: Heroes for Young Readers Stock No: WW582361.

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Now your younger ones can also learn from 19th-20th century Christian missionaries and notables with this charming series from YWAM. William Carey: Bearer of Good News (Heroes for Young Readers). Each 6 1/2x8 1/4" book is filled with vibrant and appealing illustrations. All stories are told in quatrain, rhymed stanzas. The poetry format works well for even your nonreaders. Introduce your children to the strong faith and godly examples of men and women who've gone before. Your Cart (). Cart Total: Continue Shopping Proceed to Checkout.

YWAM Children's Books Heroes For Young Readers. 27 Titles Published with more coming.

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William Carey: Bearer of Good News. Illustrated by Bryan Pollard. In Heroes for Young Readers. YWAM Publishing, 2002. Titterington, Sophie Bronson. The Story of a Cobbler. In Tropic Land Series. Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1892. Author: Renee Meloche.

At a time when most Christians never considered the millions of people in other countries who didn't know Jesus, William Carey (1761-1934) dedicated his life to bringing the Good News to people who had never heard it. Leaving his familiar life in England behind, William sailed to far-away India on a missionary quest filled with heartache and victory.Children, parents, and teachers love the adventurous Christian Heroes Then & Now biographies and unit study curriculum guides. Now Heroes for Young Readers introduces younger children to the lives of Christian heroes! Whether reading for themselves or being read to, children love the captivating rhyming poems and unforgettable color illustrations of the Heroes for Young Readers series.
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  • One of the resources we had picked out for Church History this year was YWAM's Heroes for Young Readers series (we bought the set), and so far it is the one choice that I feel borderlines on an actual mistake.

    To begin, let me say that I find missionary stories to be very beneficial for children: the stories can really wow you & they let kids know that even when their problems seem huge to them, when you compare them to the amazing testimonies of missionaries around the world and throughout history, problems no longer seem too vast for God and miraculous goodness no longer seems like something relegated to Bible times. For my now 17-year-old, reading biographies on William Carey, Hudson Taylor, Eric Liddell, Jim Elliot and Brother Andrew (among others) made a huge impact on his faith. I also feel there is a large gap in Christian education today where the church as a whole (not all individuals) is lacking in the history of its own faith: both history and practice. That said, it seems never to early to begin learning the names and stories of those who have gone before us as our children begin living the stories of their own testimonies. That's the reason for buying the YWAM Heroes for Young Readers. So why am I disappointed?

    YWAM for some reason chose to tell these stories in rhyming verse - sort of like the Cat in the Hat only on a more serious topic. I know that children love rhyme, but too much of these wonderful stories is lost because rhyme doesn't allow more than the barest telling of the tales. Simple prose could have told the miracles of transport to new places, explained better who the Hindus are and what they believe, talked about what was so different from their lives in their home countries. Instead, we get the bare facts. With William Carey that means your child will know he went to India, learned languages and translated the Gospels, had his printing shop burn down, taught at colleges, and had a hard time getting initial converts. Written out like that it doesn't seem so bad, but I haven't found the rhyming verse in this case to be as memorable as a well told story.

    We're still using the books. We read them, find the counties on the map, and will tie them into the rest of this year's reading - meaning, as one example, that when we read Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories we will again refer back to William Carey. When we cover Thanksgiving we will note that they left from the same country as William did, and so on and so forth. Not a total loss. In a couple more years we'll be able to move up to the next level of missionary biography and the names will already be familiar. My youngest will be amazed that the stories of these familiar names are so much more incredible than he knew. Growing into a story needn't be such a bad thing, and his curriculum is not lacking in examples of finer writing, poetry as well as prose - and I would add that in reading these simple books to him both my older son and I, who are more familiar with the details of the testimonies, are reminded to be in awe of how God has worked throughout history...

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