Join Regent University for a summer filled with engaging stories and activities that celebrate heroes from the Bible and today.

Each week will focus on a book about a Biblical hero and a book about a modern-day hero, such as the examples below. Several modern-day heroes will be on the scene. Students will also enjoy music and art activities, along with a snack.

Parents should plan to be present with their children. RSVP is encouraged: email Stephanie Lowell at steplow@regent.edu or call 757.352.4185.


Featured Books

TUESDAY, JULY 1, 2014

Noah's ArkNoah's Ark by Katherine Sully
Why did Noah build his ark? Enjoy the story of brave Noah and his ark full of noisy animals!

Let's Meet a VeterinarianLet's Meet a Veterinarian by Gina Bellisario
Dr. Kate, a veterinarian, visits a school to give the class guinea pig a checkup. She demonstrates the tools she uses and explains the many things vets do. *Special Guest: VB SPCA and their furry friends!

TUESDAY, JULY 8, 2014

David and GoliathDavid and Goliath by Katherine Sully
Can young David win against a giant? What will happen when a young, inexperienced boy comes face-to-face with an enemy soldier who is a giant?

Miss Nelson is Missing!Miss Nelson is Missing by James Marshall (teacher)
Miss Nelson's students do not show her any respect, but when a substitute, Miss Viola Swamp, comes to take her place, the students learn a big lesson.

TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2014

Moses in the BulrushesMoses in the Bulrushes by Katherine Sully
Baby Moses is hidden in the bulrushes and must stay there to escape some soldiers. Who will save him?

Veterans Heroes in our NeighborhoodVeterans: Heroes in Our Neighborhood by Valerie Pfundstein (veteran)
In our neighborhood, and among our friends and family, there are brave men and women who have faithfully served our country.

TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2014

Daniel and the LionsDaniel and the Lions by Katherine Sully
Daniel is forced to spend a night in a den of lions even though he did nothing wrong. Will he survive until the morning?

The Pumpkin Patch ParableThe Pumpkin Patch Parable by Liz Curtis Higgs
In this classic autumn tale, a farmer turns a simple orange pumpkin into a simply glorious sight. What can we learn from it?

TUESDAY, JULY 29, 2014

Joseph's Colorful CoatJoseph's Colorful Coat by Katherine Sully
Who is jealous of Joseph's colorful coat? Learn about Joseph, his new coat and his strange dream.

The Berenstein Bears Go to the DoctorThe Berenstein Bears Go to the Doctor by Stan & Jan Berenstein
It's time for a routine check-up. Sister Bear is brave and Brother Bear is fine, but is that Papa Bear sneezing? *With special guests from CHKD: Dr. Vicky Leff of General Booth Pediatrics and Dr. Dionne Palmer of General Academic Pediatrics

 

 

 

    When:
    July 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29
    10:00-11:30 a.m.


    Where:
    Regent University Campus
    Library Gallery
    1000 Regent University Drive
    Virginia Beach, VA 23464

    Regent University Campus Map PDF


    Registration:
    Open to the public, ages 5 to 9.
    RSVP is encouraged: steplow@regent.edu or 757.352.4185.


    Cost:
    All events and parking are free!