Book Review—Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day

We have finally finished our science course for the year. It was very hard to get in time for science this year, with the crazy schedules we had all year, and a lot of time off school for one reason or another. Toward the end of the year, after several of the boys finished some subjects and I had more time, we were able to do lessons more often. I have thoroughly enjoyed our study this year, of Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day. I am greatly enjoying getting an in-depth look at various topics from a strongly Christian, Creationist point of view. Jeannie K. Fulbright has done an excellent job with this book, as with the other books we’ve used that she wrote.


Because this review has now been published on Esther’s website, I’ve removed the rest of it. Read my full review here.


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2 Responses to Book Review—Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day

  1. Mrs Yvonne Dixon says:

    Have you looked for Plesiosaurs? -remains can be found on beach near Amuri Bluff. You can walk there from Oaro . I like your blog. You often mention places that my father visited. He grew up in Cheviot, in 1930s and 40s. John Abernethy was the oldest of a family with 2 girls and 8 boys. My uncle Bruce Abernethy is the only one who still lives in Cheviot.
    Regards, Mrs Yvonne Dixon , Hornby, Christchurch

    • NZ Filbruns says:

      We tried walking to that bluff one time, but either didn’t recognize it and passed it up, or didn’t quite get that far. We ought to try again, though. Maybe this summer, once we’re going to Kaikoura again on Sundays! Glad you enjoy my blog; we love living in Cheviot.

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