Monday, July 8, 2013

Children's Atlas of God's World {Review}

I am excited to share this new resource with you! I received one copy of the Children's Atlas of God's World from Master Books, a division New Leaf Publishing Group, Inc. for review. Master Books is the world’s largest publisher of creation-based resources including apologetics, home school resources, reference titles, and quality children’s literature. This is my first review with the Moms of Master Books team, and I am happy to be a part of this group of biblically-minded moms. The Master Book's motto is "where creation inspires eduction"!

As a lover of books, and especially books that have an educational aspect to them, I am thrilled to be associated with this publisher who wants to bring quality, biblically-based books to the table. This oversized book explores all seven continents and focuses on 22 specific countries. There are pages on each continent and a list of which countries are on each continent, as well as maps and interesting facts. It is full of colourful photos and illustrations on each of its 96 pages. Also included in the factual information are biomes, historical sites, flags, cultural information, animals, types of government, holidays around the world and a glossary. 

Here are several of the pages we have enjoyed reading:

We love learning about other countries and cultures in our family and this is a beautiful addition to our resource shelf. I especially appreciate that it is from a creationist perspective, so we did not have to wade through any of the usual evolutionary-skewed beliefs that you find in many books these days. What a breath of fresh air! We highly recommend this book.

You can view sample pages HERE.

Buy the hardcover book HERE ($18.95) or the digital version for iPad HERE ($9.99).

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Disclaimer:   I received this books for free from New Leaf Publishing Group as part of the Moms of Master Books program.  No other compensation was received.  The fact that I received complimentary products does not guarantee a favorable review.


  1. Great review! I really loved not having to wade through the evolutionary-skewed data as well! Like you said a breath of fresh air!! (I'm one of the Moms of Master books reviewers as well, but I'm not on facebook)!

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Lindsay, and for your kind words! It's nice to meet you. :)