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Grab your explorer’s cap and get ready for this one-of-a-kind Grand Canyon adventure! Charlie, a fun-loving monkey, and his triceratops buddy, Trike, set off with a burly one-eyed tour guide to hike deep into Grand Canyon.
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Meet Charlie, a fun-loving and ever-inquisitive monkey, and his best friend Trike, a calm dinosaur with important answers. Together they take a mule trip down into the incredible Grand Canyon, where Charlie learns what the Bible says about this natural wonder. This beautifully illustrated, highly interactive learning tool teaches basic creation truths while it fascinates young children. Adults enjoy reading aloud the incredible adventure, brought to life with pull-out features, maps, flaps, and a panoramic three-page canyon drawing! (This large format read-along book has thick, durable pages with many fun "secrets" kids love.)
The president, CEO, and founder of Answers in Genesis-US and the highly acclaimed Creation Museum, Ken Ham is one of the most in-demand Christian speakers in North America. View resources by Ken Ham.
I have yet to be disappointed with anything we have gotten from Answers in Genesis and this book is no exception. The book is large in size and the illustrations are wonderful. (My daughter) Bethany Grace especially kept commenting on how they made everything look so real in the book. There are also lots of flaps to lift. Sometimes the flaps give extra information and sometimes they are part of the story line. The flaps were a hit with (my son) Mark but Bethany really liked them too.
There are great lessons to be learned in the book. The two main lessons that the children got from the book were:
Charlie has a green notebook in which he records his thoughts and what he learns along the way. This is right in line with home school families and how many of our children record their thoughts and drawings of things they encounter.The children relate to this aspect of the book very well.”