New Release Books by Mark Ammerman

Mark Ammerman is the author of Travel Fun (2011), Longshot (2005), Jesus Feeds the 5,000 (1999), The Ransom (2005), Roger Williams (1995) and other 3 books.

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Travel Fun

release date: Jul 01, 2011
Travel Fun
Travel can be tough on kids—but this brand-new activity book will keep them busy with road-themed puzzles featuring fun scratch-off activities! Featuring crosswords, word search puzzles, mazes, and other picture games, Travel Fun contains light inspiration to teach kids as they play. Printed on quality white paper, and packaged in a fun, die-cut cover, Travel Fun is ideal for parents and grandparents looking to keep kids busy on trips by car, plane, boat, or train.

Longshot

release date: Jan 01, 2005
Longshot
"Ten years have passed since the Great Awakening swept like a holy fire from Massachusetts to Georgia, touching the souls of colonists as well as many Native Americans. Follow Christopher "Longshot" Long, Caleb Hobomucko, and Conestoga Joe as they journey from New England to the Ohio in the mid-1750s. The characters are real people whose stories were first told in journals, diaries, books, and the town records of New England colonists. Author mark Ammerman paints a rich and contrasting portrait of men seeking to understand their new relationships with God, with each other, and with cultures determined to clash.Historical notes and a glossary enrich the reading experience!"

Jesus Feeds the 5,000

release date: Jan 01, 1999
Jesus Feeds the 5,000
Bible stories fascinate children -- and Barbour''s Little Bible Books series will thrill the two- to six-year-old crowd with fun, interesting stories, and full-color illustrations. These attractive, twenty-four-page books feature padded covers.

The Ransom

release date: Jan 01, 2005
The Ransom
Can a Narragansett brave accept the Great Book that says "You Shall Not Kill"? Without the scalp and blood of the foe, how can any man know that he is a man? And how could he win the heart of a woman?

Roger Williams

release date: Jan 01, 1995
Roger Williams
Here is a biography of America''s pioneer of separation of church and state, Roger Williams, written for young readers. It tells the story of Williams arrival in the New World in 1631, his expulsion from Massachusetts Bay, and his founding of Rhode Island.

The Rain from God

release date: Jan 01, 1997
The Rain from God
This exciting work of historical fiction is set in early 17th century New England. The author, a direct descendent of Roger Williams, traces the historical relationship between the gospel and the New England Native American.

Help During Loss

release date: Jan 01, 1999
Help During Loss
This book is both an honest, personal, first-hand account of grief, and a roadmap for the most difficult journey you''ll make. It offers you hope without minimizing your struggle or pain.

Jonah and the Big Fish

release date: Jan 01, 2000
Jonah and the Big Fish
Bible stories fascinate children -- and Barbour''s Little Bible Books series will thrill the two- to six-year-old crowd with fun, interesting stories, and full-color illustrations. These attractive, twenty-four-page books feature padded covers.
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