Hey all! There’s a new study guide available, written by my dear friend and fellow blogger Melissa Maygrove‘s mom! Check out the details below.

The Gatehaven Study Guide by Jeanette Pierce is a Bible-based study of the occult designed for use with Gatehaven, a gripping, award-winning novel by Molly Noble Bull. It is available in student and teacher versions and e-book and paperback formats.
Documented background information provides a picture of life in England and Scotland during the late 1700s, emphasizing the poor living conditions and the importance of the Protestant Reformation and its effects on religion in Europe.
Also included are study questions for each chapter of the novel, a vocabulary list, questions related to the structure of the novel, and a writing assignment that students can complete independently of the teacher. Permission is given to make copies of the final exam.
This study guide is designed for 8th thru 10thgrade students, but adults can use it, too. It’s a great resource for home schools or private schools, and it combines instruction of history and language arts.


Author Bios
Molly Noble Bull is a multi-published Christian novelist from South Texas, and Gatehaven is the grand prize winner of the 2013 Creation House Fiction Writing Contest. As a result, it was published in trade paperback and e-book in March 2014. Molly’s next novel, When The Cowboy Rides Away, is scheduled for publication in 2015.


Jeanette Pierce is a retired English teacher living in Houston, Texas. She holds a master’s degree and has taught at high school and college levels. The two study guides for Gatehaven are her first published works, but stay tuned. Jeanette is currently working on study guides for When The Cowboy Rides Away.
Author links


Buy Links for
Gatehaven Project
The novel:
The workbooks:

Free samples of books: http://www.mollynoblebull.com/book_sample_download.htm






5 thoughts on “Book Release – GATEHAVEN STUDY GUIDE

    • I have it on my TBR also. It sounds really good and I’d like to read the novel and follow up with the study guide. I’m one of those life long learners. Hugs. Eva


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