No sentence diagrams. No pointless lists of vocabulary.
This workbook teaches grammar fundamentals in clear terms with practical applications to high school writing. Each short, digestible lesson ends with practice exercises divided into mild, medium, and spicy so students can choose their level of difficulty and accurately assess how well they understand the topic—a perfect complement to any early high school writing curriculum or standardized test preparation.
124 Pages | Printer Friendly | Recommended for Grades 9-10
Includes 25 lessons, MLA formatting resource, bonus box enrichment, and answer key for all practice exercises.
Joe Platt has always walked the straight and narrow while his brother, David, has bounced around from prison to rehab. After their sudden and untimely deaths, Joe finds himself in Heaven only to learn that David has gone the other direction. Feeling responsible and desperate to reconcile their estranged relationship, Joe receives the Lord’s special permission to give David one last chance at eternal life. To do so, Joe must descend into the land of fire and brimstone, taking St. Peter as his companion and spiritual guide. Encountering a host of characters along the way, including a corrupt preacher and a band of thieves, Joe must make unlikely allies and overcome treacherous demons in order to save his brother before all hope is lost.
Balancing fast-paced action and challenging quandaries, The Evangelist in Hell is an unforgettable journey fraught with danger and powered by faith, fearlessly grappling with the true consequence of freedom and the high cost of love.