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Bronze Bow, The - E-Guide

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The Bronze Bow unit study guide for literature, from a Christian perspective

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Angry and vengeful at the death of his parents, Daniel bar Jamin joins an outlaw Zealot band pledging to all he can to rid the land of the hated Romans. Daniel's meets Joel and Malthace, two young people with a similar desire to see their land free of the Romans. The three of them make a pact to fight together for God's victory. Then Daniel learns his grandmother has died and finds he must leave the mountain to care for his sister, Leah. He is torn between the responsibility he feels toward his sister and his hatred against the Romans. To support himself and his sister, Daniel takes over a blacksmith shop belonging to his friend, Simon, who has left town to follow a traveling teacher named Jesus. Daniel begins to wonder if Jesus is the leader they have all been hoping for, the one who will lead them against the Romans. But Jesus is teaching a very different message from the one Daniel wants to hear.

1962 Newbery Medal winner.

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Recommended Grade Level:
Palestine, 30 AD
Study Guide Author:
Carole Pelttari
For the Book By:
Elizabeth George Speare
Study Guide Page Count:
67 pages
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    Very well written

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    These study guides are well written and the e-books are great for students that have dysgraphia, since they can type in the answers.

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    Great questions for discussion. Excellent

    Posted by Chris J. on 1st Dec 2014

    Great questions for discussion. Excellent variety.