Who Is Jesus?

His Life, His Land, His Times



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Product Details

Product Code:
0.38 (in)
Size (HxW):
10.25 x 7.5 (in)
Publication date:
April 01, 2018
14 oz
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Religious Ed

Product Overview

This lovely book is full of interesting information and beautiful illustrations for children to learn everything about Jesus - his life, his land and his time. Some of the many fun and interesting questions this book answers include: Who were Jesus' grandparents? What was his house like? What did Jesus' disciples wear, and what did they eat? What did the Jerusalem Temple look like? What kind of fish did Peter catch in the Sea of Galilee? How did people pray back then? Why were Romans in the land of Jesus? What kind of tress grew along the roads that Jesus walked?


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  • 5
    Excellent Book

    Posted by Juliann Brown on Mar 27th 2022

    Great book with good information and excellent illustrations. It really connects the Bible to maps and history.

  • 5

    Posted by Katie on Aug 14th 2018

    I am thoroughly in love with this book! I saw it recommended in several places online, and knew that it would be a lovely addition to my classroom resources. I am even more impressed after reading through it. First, I love the infographic style illustrations that are both simple and sweet without being too childish, printed in a uniform color scheme on thick matte paper. The Jr. Highers in my class will not think this books looks too juvenile for them, which is half the battle. This book is full of information about life in the Holy Land during Jesus' time. Its maps and diagrams all support the text as it tells about the culture, religious customs, food, hobbies, and more of Jesus' people. The first unit I'll be teaching this year is literally titled "Who is Jesus," so I know that this is going to become a frequently referenced text. Understanding this historical context is going to help bring the Scriptures alive, I have no doubt.