Where the Underworld meets this world— in a place where shadows lurk— good is forced to fight evil. Set in Roman Times, a young boy and his canine companion fight to bring safety to their family and fellow village people.
The Genesis One Code (Park East Press) grew from my nephews questions about the Creation Day and the age of the universe. How science and religion had different theories.
My secular education is in the sciences with a specialization on physics and electrical engineering. My religious education assisted me in creating the formula for converting “Bible time” to years as we know them in calculating the age of the universe, the sun, and life on Earth. Without any modifications, the formula consistently produces results that match scientific estimates. Friedmann’s formula produced more than 20 Bible/science matches for events described in Genesis.
There have been many times when my kids have stumped me with questions about their surroundings or about how things work or about why things happen. They would ask simple questions like “why do planes fly?” or “why do you have to go to work?” that I had no idea how to answer without displaying my ignorance (about planes) or my frustration (about work). I wish that I had seen any one of the following books at those times; they would have saved me lots stress and my kids would have gotten some answers.
This year marks the 80th Anniversary of the Rockefeller Center Tree—the tree lighting will take place on Wednesday, November 28th— and we're honored here at TCBR to kick off the Random House blog tour for The carpenter's Gift: A Christmas Tale about the Rockefeller Center
Follow the king penguin as it dives deep into the ocean to feed on squid and lantern fish. Trace the life cycle of this bird from molting to mating and protecting its young. Learn how the king penguin survives in the cold waters just