Author: Vail, Tom
Copyright: 2003
Format: Book - Hardback
ISBN: 978-0-89051-373-6
Publisher: Master Books
Size: 104 pp
Weight: 1.3

Grand Canyon: A Different View

$ 8.00 $ 16.00

Tom Vail along with Ken Ham, Henry Morris, Gary Parker, and numerous other contributing authors have compiled an excellent series of perspectives on various aspects of the Grand Canyon. Widely taught as the result of millions of years of "carving" by the Colorado River, this book counters with the reality of the biblical view of a more recent and rapid event, and includes beautiful photographs of many aspects of this national treasure. Whether gaping at the huge chasm in the earth from the rim, or navigating the waters of the Colorado River below, visitors to the Grand Canyon see a perspective that words can't describe. Visit this marvelous site yourself through the pages of photographs and essays in this book, and think about your own perspective. It's a trip you'll be glad you took.

Beautiful color photography throughout and a sturdy hardback cover make this an excellent gift!

Table of Contents:

  1. A Different View
  2. The Rocks
  3. The Fossils
  4. The Water
  5. The Plants and Animals
  6. The Bedrock
  7. Tom's Story