In the midst of all his other writing, Dr. Hardin has been working on a personal project, and now we are excited to announce our first-ever children's books are available for pre-order!
Gear-up and take your little ones on a journey through Australia and South America. What Can You Do, Australia? and What Can You Do, South America? explore each continent to learn about the native wildlife, like the quokka in Australia and the green anaconda in South America. Learn about nine animals on each journey, and what makes them unique.
Did you know the Hercules moth in Australia can have a 12 inch wingspan?
Or that the fishing spider in South America can run on top of water?
But that's not all! Before ending each adventure, learn what makes people unique, and why we are special before God. Today's "science" will tell you that we are nothing more than "smart animals", but nothing could be further from the truth. People are created in the image of God, and each book reflects on this in a powerful way and shares what we can do to honor Him.
Each board book is 5.625" x 5.625", just the right size for a diaper bag, purse or backpack, and features 22 pages illustrated by Kate Fallahee.
Whether you are just starting to homeschool your little ones, are looking for a baby shower gift, or just want to reinforce Christian values at bedtime, we hope our new What Can You Do . . .? series will be encouraging and uplifting!
As part of our pre-sale, through January 31 we are donating 25% of the proceeds from these books to Australian bushfire relief.
The estimated ship date for all pre-orders is March 13, 2020.
Until next time!
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