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Christian Liberty Press Mr. Pipes Comes to America

Cultivate a love of traditional hymns in your young believers as they follow Mr. Pipes from his cozy English cottage to America! From Plymouth to Amesbury, Princeton to Boston, Mr. Pipes leads Annie and Drew on a delightful historical adventure, teaching them about the lives and music of John Eliot, Phillips Brooks, John Greenleaf Whittier, and other great hymn writers. Includes music and lyrics. 194 pages, softcover.
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Review 1 for Mr. Pipes Comes to America
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We have loved this series.

Date:October 26, 2013
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Steph
Location:Indiana
Age:45-54
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Not only have we learned about the hymn writers and their lives, but also geography and history.
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Review 2 for Mr. Pipes Comes to America
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Another great book in the series!

Date:October 3, 2013
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Homeschooling4Jesus
Location:WI
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I don't often take the time to write a review, but this series deserves it! We love every book in the series, this one brings the storyline to America, with some unexpected surprises! These books are truly gems of Christian history covering hymns and hymn writers through time. This book also includes a good explanation for what the modern church music is missing today. Great books, highly recommended for middle school through adult (we use them for read-a-loud time, age 12 and up).
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Review 3 for Mr. Pipes Comes to America
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Date:December 11, 2007
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Bach
My children and I are enjoying this series immensely. I have both a daughter and son and they equally beg for another chapter. God is truly glorified in this series.
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Date:September 21, 2007
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Lisa @ Me and My House
We are currently enjoying the continuing story of Mr. Pipes and Annie and Drew, as Pipes teaches the children about great hymn writers and their hymns. We have read the other books in this series and our children were sad that we put them down for the summer (to return to this one this fall). The chapters are a bit long, but they beg for more "Mr. Pipes" anyhow. We have learned so much about hymns we love, in a throughly fun way.
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