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Books published by publisher Chariot Victor Pub

  • Oceans and Rivers

    Michael W. Carroll

    Hardcover (Chariot Victor Pub, Sept. 1, 1998)
    Explores oceans, seas, rivers, and lakes, discussing their changing nature, life forms, presence in the Bible, importance for ancient peoples, and environmental aspects
  • Lightning and Rainbows

    Michael W. Carroll

    Hardcover (Chariot Victor Pub, July 1, 1997)
    Looks at storms, rainbows, wind, and clouds, and discusses their significance in the Bible
  • The Baby Bible Storybook

    Robin Currie, Cindy Adams

    Board book (Chariot Victor Pub, Feb. 1, 1995)
    Here are 23 favorite Bible stories in which children can enthusiastically participate using hand motions and other fun activities. Use it in Sunday school, children’s church, at home—any time you want to present the appealing concepts and values that form the foundation of faith in kids’ hearts.
  • French Fry Forgiveness

    Nancy S. Levene, Nancy Simpson, Michelle Dorenkamp

    Paperback (Chariot Victor Pub, March 1, 1999)
    Alex seeks God's help in trying to forgive a troublemaker on her swim team
  • The Picture Bible: The Timeless Stories of the Bible in Full Color

    Iva Hoth, Andre Leblanc

    Paperback (Chariot Victor Pub, Aug. 1, 1998)
    Retells the stories of the Bible in comic strip format, including the stories of Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, David, Ruth, Esther, and Jesus
  • How the Bible Came to Us: The Story of the Book That Changed the World

    Meryl Doney

    Hardcover (Chariot Victor Pub, March 1, 1985)
    Discusses how the Bible came into being, who wrote it, early and modern translations, monks and manuscripts, and the importance of the Bible.
  • The Journey of Emilie: From Germany to America

    Marcia Hoehne

    Paperback (Chariot Victor Pub, Jan. 1, 1999)
    After traveling from Germany to settle in Wisconsin, Emilie's family finds life hard until they find a mysterious stash of money hidden in their china pitcher.
  • Kim's Diary

    Ken Gire

    Paperback (Chariot Victor Pub, March 1, 2000)
    Returning to school after winter break, eleven-year-old Kim continues to mourn her twin brother Kevin's death, finding comfort in writing in her diary and in an unexpected friendship with the class bully.
  • Exploring Ancient Cities of the Bible

    Michael W. Carroll, Caroline Carroll

    Hardcover (Chariot Victor Pub, Oct. 1, 2001)
    This richly illustrated book explores some of the lost and ruined cities and civilizations mentioned in the Bible.
  • The Once in a Blue Moon Boot Bus

    Rebecca Ondov Blasing, Lynda Cohen

    Hardcover (Chariot Victor Pub, June 1, 2000)
    Bobby thinks that if he had some nice boots he could be famous, but then the man who runs the boot bus tells him about the sandals worn by the greatest man who ever lived.
  • Fears, Doubts, Blues, and Pouts: Stories About Handling Fear, Worry, Sadness, and Anger

    Norman Wright, Gary J. Oliver, Sharon Dahl

    Hardcover (Chariot Victor Pub, July 1, 1999)
    Friends in the Wonder Woods help each other learn to handle their emotions as Ric and Rac Raccoon get scared, Bruce Moose worries, Buford Bear feels sad, and HipHop Bunny puts on his angry face. Includes a "Faith Parenting Guide" for each story.
  • In God We Trust: Stories of Faith in American History

    Timothy Crater, Ranelda Hunsicker, Drew Rose

    Hardcover (Chariot Victor Pub, July 1, 1997)
    History Comes Alive In A Fun Way! and #147;God cannot support this free and blessed country unless Christians take a stand for what is right. They must vote for honest leaders and do their duty to their country as a part of their duty to God. and #148; and #151;Charles FinneyDown through our nation and #146;s history, men and women have taken a stand for right. They came seeking religious freedom and found that their faith in God played a role in many life-changing decisions and #151;in discovering new territories, in setting up new governments, in establishing what was fair and just for all. These are their stories. . . .In God We Trust presents factual information in a fun and lively way. Each narrative story highlights a person in history, focusing on how that person and #146;s faith in God played an important part in the development of America. Christopher Columbus, Father Marquette, Abigail Adams, Daniel Webster, Abraham Lincoln, Hiram Revels, and many more, come alive through the colorful illustrations, delighting young and old alike. These men and women of differing backgrounds and nationalities, brought to our nation a collective heritage of faith in God that stands the test of time and allows us the freedom of religion today. Their stories will build your faith and strengthen your trust in God for the future of our nation. and #147;This book will become a key for you to appreciate that our nation and #146;s greatness and security rest upon faith in God. and #148; and #151;Senator John Ashcroft