So what do you get?
You get a book full of colour photography, interesting facts and reasons why God designed the world as he did. Take for instance ice.. with most substances when they freeze they get heavier.. but ice floats! (good thing eh.. otherwise we'd have frozen fish.. and who wants that?!) The lad was fascinated learning this.
Seven chapters. One for each day of creation. 91 pages long. Hardcover, well put together. A nice book that you could easily put out on your coffee table, or sit with in a bed at night and read with a child. It lays flat nicely making it ideal to use as part of a curriculum (particularly if you use the lessons from the Young Explorer's Club). Downloading the curriculum is free of charge.
Every night we would read a page or two, or sometimes three. :) Depended upon what we were learning about, how fascinated my lad was by it as well as what time it was. We learned about the perfection of the earth's tilt and the distance between the earth, the moon and the sun. We learned about apples, the rain cycle, the seasons, sunrise/sunset and so much more. It made for great bed-time reading and helped answer a couple questions the lad had about eclipses.
Meeting the blobfish made us laugh out loud. The lad was "mom... look at that funny fish!" Mr. Schabacker had also pictured a few other funny fish to show God's sense of humour. :) The image to the left comes from this site.