The following is a list of optional books that complement our curriculum. They are great additions to your home library and could be read by your children, in addition to the assignments we’ve included. None are necessary, however. Enjoy!
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- The New Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible OR
- Free online concordances are available by clicking here.
- While not absolutely necessary, we encourage high school students to have their own study Bible and outline the epistles. We love the format of the NASB New Inductive Study Bible, but we also love the KJV Keyword Study Bible. Both of these Bibles are invaluable investments that will serve your children for their entire adult lives.
Other Good Books:
- The Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes — highly recommended for families with only preschoolers. Could be used before our Bible curriculum for children as young as age 2.
- Egermeier’s Bible Story Book — highly recommended for families with only kindergarten or early elementary children. Can be read in place of the Bible or used before our Bible curriculum for children as young as age 4.
- Adam and His Kin
- The Bible Knowledge Commentary: Old and New Testament
- The New Inductive Study Bible — highly recommended for high school students
- Rediscovering the Kingdom — an excellent look at the gospel message throughout the Bible, appropriate for junior or senior high students.
- Any books by Brad Scott — excellent for high school students.