Arabian Lights

(3 customer reviews)

Arabian Lights

Arabian Lights Book Six

Takes place back when Mari’s father and his sister were children. They discover the old tree for the first time. When they walk through it, they find themselves in an arid desert and are immediately kidnapped by bandits.

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Arabian Lights

I researched nomads living in desert regions and explored what they would eat, drink, wear and their temporary campsites. I also investigated the physical effects on a person lost in a desert for several days and how the heat, sun and lack of water would affect them. I studied several desert oases looking at the animals, birds and vegetation that would live in this habitat. I decided to have a golden eagle in this book and researched accurate description, habitat, eating habits and their life.

Educational subjects to study with your child for Arabian Lights: Look at the deserts on our planet, study the animal life, vegetation, kind of people that live in deserts, and nomadic life.  Study eagles and other birds, especially the golden eagle.

3 reviews for Arabian Lights

  1. Cheryl Thomas

    I love these books!!! They are great for children and teens and even adults! The stories are unique, quite imaginative and have a wonderful message!! You must read these books to find out for yourself! Enter the world of the Old Tree series for an entertaining and fascinating journey.

  2. Sheneau Stanley

    Tricia, uses stories to share valuable life lessons and underlying important values that kids must have to have successful lives today.

  3. Da Kat

    Another great adventure about being part of a team, stepping out to do something you have not done before, facing fears and how what we do in one realm often effects other realms. Helped me to see the seriousness of something like prayer and how even history might be completely altered by it. When God is involved in our lives, you never know what He might ask of us. Are we ready to step out and try something new and different? He says He will never leave us, yet He often seems to step out and then back into our most difficult scenarios about the time we think we are dust and not going to make it. Also a great lesson on the power of the authority that God gives us. We are no match for evil without it. But the darkest of times is often when it is hardest to think clearly. Perhaps that is why we need each other? To help us remember what to do when fear rattles us.

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