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||The American Patriot's Almanac, Revised and Updated
By William J. Bennett & John T.E. Cribb / Thomas Nelson
From Jamestown in 1609 to the bloody battles of the Civil War to the present, America's story is best told one day at a time. Now updated with a new preface, readings, and profiles of historical figures, Bennett and Cribb's bestseller distills the American drama into 365 entries filled with personalities, conflicts, discoveries, and ideas. 592 pages, hardcover from Nelson.
||The Faiths of the Founding Fathers
By David L. Holmes / Oxford University Press
The faith of the Founding Fathers has been a polarizing subject, with some books portraying deism as their religion, and others asserting that they espoused orthodox Christian views. Carefully explaining the religious makeup of America at the time, as well as the movements, letters, and documents affiliated with the founding fathers, David Holms provides us with a balanced look at the religious identities of some of the most famous men in our country's history. Looking individually at Franklin, Washington, John Adams, Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe's complex views (as well as the more orthodox Samuel Adams, Elias Boudinot, and John Jay), and as their wives, this is a fascinating, careful look at the evidence for the beliefs of the Founders. 225 pages, hardcover with dust jacket.
||Putting a Face on America: The Great American Journey
By Lyn Hanush with Joni Balog & Samantha Gruver / WinePress Publishing
This compelling account of three women on a 14-month cross-country Prayer Walk adventure from Washington State to the Florida Keys will amaze and inspire everyone who truly loves America, nature, people, and prayer.
Author Bio: Lyn Hanush grew up on a farm near Visalia, California where she daydreamed her way through many exciting adventures. An avid walker for many years, she also published a hiking newsletter. Previous adventures in walking, and a calling to pray, led her to organize this Prayer Walk across America. Lyn and her husband, Dave, live in Paso Robles, California and have four children, seven grandchildren, and one great-grandson.
||Great Events in American History
By Rebecca Price Janney / God & Country
From 1492 when Columbus discovered America to the terrible events of September 11, 2001---learning what happened on important dates helps us better understand the world in which we live! Packed with brief, compelling accounts of historic happenings, Janney's resource offers glimpses of God at work in "secular" events. Ages 12 to adult. 320 pages, softcover from AMG.
||In God We Still Trust
By Dr. Richard G. Lee / Thomas Nelson
Discover historical evidence of America's Christian roots! Filled with information and inspiration, this illustrated compilation features excerpts from The American Patriot's Bible; mini-biographies of noted figures, from Thomas Paine and Harriet Tubman to Irving Berlin and John Glenn; quotations from national leaders; stories of famous events; Scripture references on every page; and more. 95 pages, softcover from Nelson.
||The Faith of the American Soldier
By Stephen Mansfield / Strang Communications
What goes through the mind of an American warrior spiritually and religiously when facing the enemy? Touching on a subject that few books have treated, The Faith of the American Soldier examines the religious and spiritual issues in America's wars, and then considers what is lost to our military through a secular approach to battle. Stephen Mansfield (American Heroes: Stories of Faith, Courage and Sacrifice from the Front Lines) records the refelctions and testimonies of men and women who have fought on the front lines from Lexington to Iraq.
||Chicken Soup for the Military Wife's Soul
By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen & Charles Preston / Health Communications
The stories in this book, written by soldier's wives and the courageous women who themselves serve in the military, speak directly to those who live the life, understand the jargon and thrive on the joys and challenges of military life. These stories celebrate the spirit of women who unite with kindred spirits and strangers to raise families, maintain homes and uphold the most positive attitudes when facing the fears of losing a loved one. This book is a tribute to all the women who daily uphold the written and unwritten oaths of service and of marriage.
||The Star-Spangled Banner: The Story Behind Our National Anthem
By Liz Sonneborn / Facts On File
In 1814, a young American lawyer named Francis Scott Key watched through the night as British troops attacked Fort McHenry in Baltimore. As the smoke cleared and dawn broke, he lifted a small telescope to his eye and saw the American flag waving above the fort. America had endured. Filled with emotion, Key wrote the first lines of "The Star-Spangled Banner" - the song that would become our national anthem.
Elementary students can learn what each part of this song means, and better understand this national song. Colorfully illustrated with timeline, glossary and index; 32 pages.
||The Faith of America's First Ladies
By Jane Hampton Cook / Amg Publishers
Modern-day pressures for supermodel beauty, high-powered careers, and perfect families place a spotlight on a woman's achievements instead of her worth. This book, using stories from numerous First Ladies, shows how they triumphed while experiencing intense pressure. By using their stories, along with a Hebrew proverb and biblical principles, Jane Cook explains that God is the true source of value and worth.
Women will be encouraged to view their roles, talents, and responsibilities as opportunities to allow God to shine through them. Highlights include:
- Abigail Adams' commitment to serving as the primary caretaker for her family during the Revolution shows the worth of working with eager hands, (Proverbs 31:13).
- Laura Bush's heart of compassion shows the significance of extending hands to the poor and needy in times of crisis, (Proverbs 31:20).
- Louisa Adams' remarkable solo journey to Paris under siege by Napoleon shows the value of steadfastness during a time of terror threats, (Proverbs 31:21).
- Barbara Bush's wit and quips reveal the splendor of celebrating joy in life, (Proverbs 31:25).
- Martha Washington's willingness to knit shirts and socks for soldiers during the Revolution shows the value of leading by example, (Proverbs 31:19).
- Anna Harrison's words of wisdom and prayers for her children and grandchildren deliver a family legacy of faith and leadership. (Proverbs 31:26).
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