365 Ways To Love Your Child is a book by Julie Lavender containing 365 ways (activities, gestures, expressions of love) to show your child you love them.
We often say that history repeats itself. Which is something we try to avoid by learning from those who came before us. Some ways we can do this are by learning about the people, places, and movements in history through reading, discussions, videos, and museums. National Geographic History at a Glance National Geographic History at(…)
Homeschooling High School with College in Mind is written to help you take your homeschooler through high school, into college! With solid advice and resources to get you there! Includes transcript helping, determining high school credit, electives, testing, the Common Application and more!
I am an avid reader. Not only do I love to read, but I have worked to instill a love of reading in my children. I have participated in many books clubs over the years, both for myself and with my daughters. Even when I was in high school, summer was the time to read.(…)
What Nazi officer Horst Engel reveals might stop Anna Zadok’s music forever – meet them both in this new novel, Melody of the Soul by Liz Tolsma set during WWII. About The Melody of the Soul Anna has one chance for survival-and it lies in the hands of her mortal enemy. It’s 1943 and Anna(…)
Seeds of Hope is the first book in the Harvest of Hope Series by Barbara Cameron. While I don’t read a ton of Amish fiction, I find I am most drawn to the ones that bring in English life too. There is something about the contrast between the two that I enjoy. About Seeds of(…)
While I don’t like to put things in boy and girl categories, the reality is that this naturally occurs in our everyday lives. We often view boys as the tough, rugged, adventurous ones (and often read adventure stories featuring boys), and girls are viewed as more dainty – having tea parties and playing with dolls.(…)
I have two daughters. I want them to know they can do or be anything they set their minds to. We have tried many ways in which to teach history in our homeschool. I suddenly realized it might be cool (and relevant) to teach history via Women in History. This offers me the chance to(…)
True to You is the first book in Becky Wade’s new Bradford Sisters Romance Series. I was so excited to get my hands on this one as I LOVED her Porter series so much! About True to You After a devastating heartbreak three years ago, genealogist and historical village owner Nora Bradford has decided that(…)
I have the distinct pleasure of knowing Kendra Fletcher in real life, as an acquaintance at the very least. Both she and husband Fletch are refreshingly open and real, with tons of real life experience to share with the world. Lost and Found is the true story of their lives, a very trying period in(…)
While we are limited in our travel resources, we have found ways to journey to different places from inside our home. Through books, videos, websites, and projects we are able to peek into, and experience a little bit of various cultures from all over the world. We are currently Learning About African Culture in our(…)
Given that I have been a parent for over seventeen years now you might think this book comes a little late for me, alas it does not. While I think Things I Wish I’d Known Before We Became Parents is a must read for ALL expecting parents, there is also value to be had from those(…)