History is the written record of mankind. It is “His story” describing the rise and fall of nations and individuals as they respond to God’s truth—the story of what man has done with the time God has given him, from creation through the present.
God has given the earth to man for a home. Geography is the study of the surface of the earth. Geography helps us to understand history because it tells us about the places where history has happened.
“Your history books are exceptional! They made me so proud to be an American, and my daughter has grown to appreciate our early American leaders.” —Parent
A biblical worldview connects the past with the present, causing history to “make sense” for students and teachers alike.
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A Beka Book presents U.S. history from a conservative patriotic perspective so students have a deeper understanding of our nation's history.
Pilgrims, Patriots, Preachers, and Presidents
A Beka Book emphasizes people behind the events of history. Some are pilgrims, some are preachers, some patriots, and some presidents. All make the chronological narrative story of history sequential and connected. These people give students positive role models.
Pictures, paintings, and photographs enhance the study of each A Beka Book history text. Hundreds of full-color pictures and many original print illustrations are contained in each book, so students understand the event, person, or area at that time.
Physical and political geography is an important part of each history text in A Beka Book. Geography gives students a setting for the events of the past and the present.
A Beka Book history texts are organized for teachers and practical for students. Time lines, comprehension checks, and chapter reviews support the narrative-style writing. Vocabulary development, review, and reinforcement are only a few of the practical features of our texts.
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