Published at MasterBooks
About the book
The second book in the best-selling Complete Adventure series is designed by the creative folks at Answers in Genesis. This unique “field trip in a book” focuses on the exciting new Creation Museum just 7 miles west of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Visitors explore dinosaur exhibits, video theaters, a petting zoo, a state-of-the-art planetarium and much more.
Join young discovers, Grant and Megan, as they search for and learn answers to important biblical questions and explore the world around them. They discover:
- Man and dinosaurs once lived at the same time
- In the beginning, God created everything to be “very good”
- Death, disease and suffering were not part of the original creation
- God has a plan to restore His creation
- Each of us is designed with a purpose and a plan
- Adventure map
- 7 creature feature cards
- 7 challenge cards
- 7 devotionals
- 14 reproducible activity sheets
- 7 fact-finder cards
- 7 eyewitness cards
- 7 case files
- 3 teacher guides
My ThoughtsThis adventure is simply amazing and instructive. I already have the Zoo and Aquarium adventures books and was looking forward to review this one.
The book starts with the introduction of the characters that you will follow while reading it. Then you are set to discover the Creation Museum. In this book, you will discover the museum and get tons of information about what you can read, see and find there. The photos are simply stunning.
Various sections are included in this book, at the museum, biblical authority, from the beginning, the flood, the gospel, dinosaurs and much more. When my kids flipped the pages inside this book, they were all excited (especially my two older ones!) and asked if we could go there someday. Maybe this summer they were told. Boy were they excited...
The more time I spent reading and discovering this book, the more I had goose bumps. I mean there is so much information in here that you can study it before visiting the museum. On the other hand, you might have nothing to discover when you visit the Creation Museum. I’ve showed the book to my husband but he doesn’t want to read it before we go visit the place (which will be hopefully this summer like I mentioned earlier). For me I enjoyed digging into the information provided in the book. I’m a planner and I want to be able to have a wonderful visit while we go.