Each book contains exactly 12 stories. Make sure you challenge your family (or that they challenge you) with the rich and deeper meaning of each tale. You see, these are more than just great stories, beloved by many.
Author: David Mains
Publisher: Mainstay Ministries
Is there any moment more wonderful than one spent in a really good discussion around the books we read and love? Ideas bounce off our family and friends, and we sometimes learn we saw things that others missed and that they made discoveries about the meaning of the story we overlooked. David Mains, one of the authors of the Tales of the Kingdom Trilogy, has taken the time to design 36 sets of discussion questions, one set for each story of the three trilogies. Each book contains exactly 12 stories. Make sure you challenge your family (or that they challenge you) with the rich and deeper meaning of each tale. You see, these are more than just great stories, beloved by many. They are based on universal truths children as well as adults long to know. They deal with common human longings? These questions were designed to make sure you don’t miss those deeper meanings. To the Kingdom!
are included in the discussion of fantasy because of the overwhelming focus on
dragons, considered mythical creatures. ... Fantasy may include fairy tales,
supernatural stories, historical fantasy, witches and wizards, or paranormal
romance; as with ... example of this would be considering Suzanne CollinÊs
beloved and best-selling The Hunger Games trilogy. ... Treated with scorn and
fear in her fatherÊs kingdom because of a formidable horoscope, 16-year-old
Maya commits herself ...
Author: Rose Brock
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Taking a genre approach, this overview of young adult literature shows new librarians and library science students the criteria to use for selecting quality books, including recommended titles. • Provides unbiased, authoritative guidance for finding recommended classic and recent titles by genre • Presents an excellent introduction to the field of young adult literature for undergraduate and graduate students who intend to be public or school librarians and for librarians who are new to working with young adults • Focuses on timely topics such as diverse books, LGBTQ+ selections, the role of book formats, and the relevance of librarians serving teen populations • Provides updated information on audio and e-books, accessible books, and graphic novels • Shows how YALSA and AASL standards and competencies can be demonstrated
R. Edwards passes over this portion of Matthew's story almost without comment
on any relationship between the parables. ... on the contribution of The Tenants
to the unfolding plot of the story.58 D. Howell's discussion of the trilogy is also
brief, but ... Matthew's community must act (21.28–32), bear fruit (21.33–46) and
accept the invitation of the Kingdom (22.1–14).60 ... Because, in this study, Carter
has bracketed redactional questions, the Matthew's trilogy ofparables 21.28–
22.14 31 ...
Author: Wesley G. Olmstead
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Wesley Olmstead examines the parables of the Two Sons, the Tenants and the Wedding Feast against the backdrop of the wider Matthean narrative. He explores Matthew's characterization of the Jewish leaders, the people and the nations, and assesses the respective roles of Israel and the nations in the plot of Matthew's Gospel. Against the current of contemporary Matthean scholarship, Olmstead argues both that the judgement this trilogy announces falls upon Israel (and not only her leaders) and that these parables point to the future inclusion of the nations in the nation that God had promised to raise up from Abraham. Bringing both literary-critical and redaction-critical tools to bear on the texts at hand, Olmstead not only elucidates the intended meanings of this parabolic trilogy but also attempts to determine the responses they elicited from their first readers. Transcending Matthean scholarship, this book has implications for all Gospel studies.
... cause, Pelageia continued her former life of sacrifice and self-denial, but in a
way intended to effect God's kingdom on earth. ... Gor'kii's trilogy covers the years
1871-88 and it represents the most valuable single source of information about
the writer's ... Poedinok (The Duel), Belyi's Serebrianyi golub' (The Silver Dove)
and Zamiatin's “Uezdnoe” (“A Provincial Tale”). ... While socialist critics were
quick to seize on its significance as a piece of social criticism, most of the discussion ...
Author: Neil Cornwell
Category: Literary Criticism
First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
This is for younger YA readers whose imaginations are tickled by different
dimensions and the supernatural , but sophisticated readers may find the story
lacking as the pieces are put together in a distorted puzzle . ... This single volume
was originally a trilogy , published in Great Britain more than ten years ago . ...
that the King himself calls Patch to his castle to advise him on how to defeat an
entire army of trolls that have come down from their hills and are threatening the Kingdom .
Concise discussions of the lives and principal works of writers of various forms of fantasy, including heroic fantasy, sword and sorcery, humorous fantasy, adult fairy tales and fables, and children's fantasies still popular with adults. Written by subject experts.
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Secretary of Defense , and the Joint Chiefs of Staff - especially the ... Children ' s
literatureWorks - Grades two through six ISBN 0 - 8069 - 7745 - 0 LC 2002 - 9684 SUMMARY : The author covers such ... who , in perhaps the most original and
creative contribution , argues that Disraeli , principally in the ' trilogy ' of the 1840s
, . ... Scotland and Europe ; the medieval kingdom and its contacts with
Christendom , c .
A n e Adi N. G. Go O up Guide Guenevere—last in a line of proud queens elected
to rule the fertile lands of the West, true ... of the legendary Round Table, and
guardian of the Great Goddess herself—is a woman whose story has never been
told. ... Rich in historical detail, the Guenevere Trilogy draws us into the inner life
of a courageous and beautiful heroine, torn ... This guide is designed to help
direct your reading group's discussion of Rosalind Miles's new perspective on a
Author: Rosalind Miles
Publisher: Broadway Books
Camelot--a vibrant pageant of love, heartbreak, hatred, jealousy, revenge, and desire--as seen through the eyes of its queen, Guenevere Raised in the tranquil beauty of the Summer Country, Princess Guenevere has led a charmed and contented life, until the sudden, violent death of her mother, Queen Maire, leaves the Summer Country teetering on the brink of anarchy. Only the miraculous arrival of Arthur, heir to the Pendragon dynasty, allows Guenevere to claim her mother's throne. Smitten by the bold, sensuous princess, Arthur offers to marry her and unite their territory while still allowing her to rule in her own right. Their love match creates the largest and most powerful kingdom in the Isles. Arthur's glorious rule begins to crumble, however, when he is reunited with his mother and his long-lost half-sisters, Morgause and Morgan. Before Arthur's birth, his father--the savage and unscrupulous King Uther--banished his wife's young daughters, selling Morgause into a cruel marriage and imprisoning Morgan in a far-off convent. Both daughters will avenge their suffering, but it is Morgan who strikes the deadliest blows against the King and Queen, using her evil enchantments to destroy all Guenevere holds dear. When the Queen flees to Avalon, Morgan casts a spell on Arthur and seduces him. In the chaos that follows his betrayal, Arthur sends a new courtier to protect Guenevere, the young French knight Lancelot. Her loyalty to Arthur already destroyed, Guenevere falls in love with Lancelot, a love that may spell ruin for Camelot. From the Hardcover edition.
After fourteen years of success in a K-6 school and a K-8 magnet school, the author shares the methods and techniques for using the works of popular or important authors and award-winning illustrators to teach students reading skills for recognizing styles, themes, and subjects. In addition, using this approach affords educators the unique opportunity of sharing the enjoyment of literature and appreciation for stylistic technique.
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stretches credibility , the story moves along at an entertaining pace . ... The
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Features discussions between first - year teachers and Winthrop College
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Pharoah, from birth, to triumph over his kingdom, to death and final judgment
before the gods.
Discussion questions and helpful excerpts from other books are included with
each chapter . David R . Mains is ... He has also written with his wife , Karen , the Kingdom Tales trilogy , of which Tales of the Resistance is a part . ISBN 1 - 57849
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