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Book Review: A is for Adam

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Originally published in Creation 18, no 1 (December 1995): 40.

The book ’A is for Adam’ is highly recommended for anyone who wants to get across the gospel message and biblical truths to children.

A is for Adam, by Ken and Mally Ham (illustrated by Dan Lietha), Master Books, Colorado Springs, 1995, 118 pages.

A is for Adam is clever, colourful, and humorous. But best of all it presents children with the gospel from Genesis in a unique and easily remembered way.

Following on from the popularity of the Hams' D is for Dinosaur, this latest publication is also sure to be popular with parents, grandparents, and teachers who appreciate solid creationist teaching and entertainment in one book.

There are alphabet rhymes, delightful brightly coloured illustrations, and a section for children to colour in. There are notes for parents and Sunday school teachers, exercises for various age levels, and drawings that can be photocopied or made into overhead transparencies. Each rhyme teaches an important biblical truth, and the gospel message from Creation to the New Heaven and New Earth comes across in the charming cartoon illustrations as well.

A is for Adam is highly recommended for anyone who wants to get across the gospel message and biblical truths to children.

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