Like you, we read. Lots. Old books are like good friends. Seton, and Burgess, and Holling….and Hillyer. Lots of V.M. Hillyer. I would gather the children and we would trek out into the world with Hillyer through his book, “A Child’s Geography of the World” and go exploring God’s world from the couch. We loved how Hillyer spoke directly to us, how we developed a relationship with the author himself, how he romped through the world, teaching us along the way. But we always had questions. Hillyer’s geography was old-maybe too old? The world had changed. And we wanted to know what the world was like now. And we wanted to see God’s Hand in it all – for the Earth and everything in it is His.
Thus this project, a “living” geography primer for grammar age students,