This guide was updated and expanded in November of 2017.
This is a literature study guide for the book titled Star of Light, by Patricia St. John. The book is set in Morocco and England. Although it is a work of fiction, it reflects the experiences of the author when she worked as a missionary in Morocco.
PLEASE NOTE: This study guide is for the original book that is out of print (not the revised edition that is now being published by Moody). This book was originally published in England in 1953. The ISBN # for this original book published in the U.S.: 9780802400048.
Good quality used copies are available from CNS:
Original Patricia St. John Books
Read a short, free biography about Patricia St. John – and learn how to distinguish between Patricia St. John’s original writing and the revised books:
An Introduction to Patricia St. John and Her Stories
Each section of the study guide contains vocabulary exercises, questions for discussion, literature analysis, and personal applications/Bible connections. Writing exercises and extension activities are included. An Answer Key is provided.
The guide is called a Christmas Classics guide because of the title; also, part of the book occurs at Christmastime.
This interactive guide enables parents/teachers to facilitate an oral discussion of this book, but it only provides space for one student to complete fill-in-the-blank activities. If you are interested in using this guide with more than one student, check out the options:
1) Reproducibles -- that contain all of the fill-in-the-blank activities -- are available:
Study Guide: Star of Light Reproducibles
2) The guide is available in workbook format (the content of the interactive guide and the workbook guide is the same):
Study Guide: Star of Light Workbook
A mini-guide and reproducibles sheets are also available for the revised edition of this book:
Mini-Guide for Juniors: Star of Light
Mini-Guide for Juniors: Star of Light Reproducibles
Study Guide: Star of Light Interactive
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