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By. Samuel M. zwemer. This is a book of pictures and stories for big children and small grown-up folks; for all who love Sinbad the sailor and his strange country. It is intended to give a bird's-eye view to those who cannot take birds' wings. The stories are not as good as those of the Arabian Nights but the morals are better-and so are the pictures. Moreover the stories are true.
Arabia pictured for children. List of Illustrations. By. Arabia pictured for children. And. Amy e. I. Why is arabia topsy-turvy land? II. A lesson in geography.
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Samuel Marinus Zwemer (April 12, 1867 – April 2, 1952), nicknamed The Apostle to Islam, was an American missionary, traveler, and scholar. He was born at Vriesland, Michigan. In 1887 he received an . from Hope College, Holland, Mich. and in 1890, he received an . from New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, N. .His other degrees include a . from Hope College in 1904, a . from Muskingum College in 1918, and a . from Rutgers College in 1919.
Samuel Marinus Zwemer. Samuel Marinus Zwemer. Wilson, J. Christy, Flaming Prophet: The Story of Samuel Zwemer, New York: Friendship Press, 1970. Samuel Zwemer & Amy Zwemer, Tosy-Turvy Land: Arabia pictured for children (New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1902), 71. the twentieth century is to be preeminently a century of missions to Moslems’, Raymond Lull: First Missionary to the Moslems (New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1902), xxi. ^ Samuel Zwemer, ‘A Call to Prayer’ in Islam and the Cross (ed.
Zwemer Amy E. This book was written by a husband and a wife Samuel Marinus Zwemer and Amy E. They both were missionaries and travelers, with their interest focused on the Arabian countries. He also became a member of the Royal Geographical Society of London and on its behalf traveled to Asia.
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by Samuel Marinus Zwemer, Amy E. Wilkes Zwemer. ISBN 9781146672764 (978-1-146-67276-4) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2010.
Topsy-Turvy Land was the first of two illustrated children’s books written by the couple. The work aimed to attract young adults to missionary work. The chapters include a description of the geography of the Arabian Peninsula as well as introductions to Arab customs, such as domestic habits, clothing, prayer rituals, Arabic proverbs, and the slave trade