Animals – Free Sample Pages of New Book

by Frank Sherwin, M.A.

I was having a look at these free sample pages (pdf) of a new book about animals, written by a zoologist from a Biblical perspective.

[By the way, have you downloaded your free sample chapters of Mahina yet?!  :) ]

Frank Sherwin answers some of these questions:

  • How do fish breathe and birds fly?
  • Why do some animals migrate and others hibernate?
  • And what happened to the dinosaurs and other extinct animals?

There are 16 sample pages, so it could be split over a few posts or they would be great to go with something like a Noah’s Ark theme. The illustrations are beautiful and in full colour and have lots of fun, scientific, as well as Biblical facts. Anyway, I was thinking I might print the sample pages to send to my Compassion children. It’s a hard cover book, so I don’t think I could bring myself to buy that one and cut it up. :)  But you may like to check it out for your own children or grandchildren also ~ another great idea for Christmas. And if you like the sample pages (pdf) this is where you can order the book.



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