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The first of five history textbooks, for junior high and high school, this volume is aimed at grades 5–9 and teaches American history and geography. Produced using the highest quality in design, color, illustrations, paper and bindings, this textbook tells the story of North America—the Indian nations, European colonization, and the founding and history of the United States up to the Twentieth Century. Told as a series of historically accurate stories, the textbook includes thumbnail biographies, lives of the saints, maps, illustrations, and other supplemental material. The lavish use of color photos, drawings and maps, combined with the excellent writing of highly qualified teachers, authors and editors, make this volume and history series the best available today.
Grade range: 5–9
462 pages – Hardbound – ISBN: 089870961X
New — Workbook! A CD version of the workbook is now available. Varied styles of exercises, for each section in the textbook, provide the student extended learning opportunities through interesting alternatives to the simple question-and-answer format.
Convenient electronic form allows teachers to highlight and print only the exercises they want to use. Answer-key included on CD. Two licensing options available: classroom or single-family.
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Featuring colorful illustrations, beautiful artwork, and attractive
maps and charts, these textbooks are faithful to Lumen Gentium’s
vision of history: “the work of God through the ages”. With
a proper use of multiculturalism, and pride of place given to Catholic
culture, many brief biographies of historically important men and women,
including the saints of the time bring to life the story of world cultures
Written under the direction of general editor Dr. Rollin Lasseter of the University of Dallas, this volume is aimed at grades 6–9, and covers world history and culture from prehistory through the Greeks, the rise of Christianity, up through the Middle Ages, as well as developments in China, Japan, Russia, Europe, Africa and the Americas up to the mid 1800’s. The lavish use of color photos, drawings and maps combined with excellent writing, thumbnail biographies, lives of saints, and other features, make this volume and history series the best available today.
Grade range: 6–9
352 pages – Hardbound – ISBN: 089870944X
From the coming of Jesus Christ, through the achievements of medieval Christendom, to the threshold of the Enlightenment projects of the 18th century, God’s work in history reveals itself. This book combines narrative accounts with the necessary facts, dates, short biographies, and concept definitions needed for a Christian cultural understanding. The central concern of the volume is the effect on human civilization wrought by the Christian Faith. Drawing on the work of Catholic historians of the 20th century — Christopher Dawson, Hilaire Belloc, and Frederick Wilhelmsen — the authors have crafted a Catholic and accurate account of our Western heritage to convey our story to youth.
Grade range: 7–9
574 pages – Hardbound – ISBN: 9781935644002
This volume presents the history of the modern era in story form, giving proper emphasis to dates, central characters, and key concepts in each era. End of chapter reviews and other material highlight dates and events, characters in history, and definitions of key terms. The central consideration of this volume is how modern ideas, institutions, and culture have developed from the high centuries of Christian culture. Drawing on the guidance of Catholic thinkers and the popes (particularly Leo XIII, Pius XI, Pius XII, John Paul II, and Benedict XVI), this history presents the hope that Christian thought and work hold for the future.
Grade range: 8–10
584 pages – Hardbound – ISBN: 9781935644026
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