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More AP Readers for Kids

Children are the key to the future of the nation and the church. Educating them early, and preparing them for the onslaughts of skepticism that increasingly enshroud our society, will pay rich spiritual dividends. Apologetics Press remains focused on its prime directive—to advance the cause of Christ—by producing outstanding material for all ages, while perpetuating the quality you have come to expect.

We have just published another volume in the first level of our popular AP Readers—the “Learn to Read” Series—titled Sharks, Larks, and Aardvarks. Like the other books in this series, this new addition is intended for children ages 3-6. It seeks not only to acquaint children with the animal kingdom, but to also introduce them to simple sentence structure, rhyme, exclamation, question, and reinforcement through repetition. It, too, is specifically designed for the beginning reader. See the Centerspread for the other titles in this series.

We are also happy to announce the publication of another volume in the AP “Early Reader” Series. This series is one level beyond our “Learn to Read” series and is aimed at children in kindergarten through second grade. The newest title in this series is God Made Sea Creatures. Like its series counterparts, this volume is also written on a level that early readers will enjoy.

All the books in both of these AP Reader series are filled with beautiful, full-color pictures and wonderful information about God and His creation. With durable, glossy, soft covers, these volumes contain brilliantly colorful, attention-grabbing pictures and original drawings. We have learned that children are thoroughly enthralled by the captivating images of these books. They find learning to read, and increasing their reading skills, a pleasure, while simultaneously being impressed with the role of the Creator in His creation.


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