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A Storyteller's Journey

Review – Let’s Go Geography

My youngest son is always wanting stuff to do just for him and we've been having a great time traveling the world with a fun homeschool geography curriculum from Let's Go Geography. This is a hands-on approach to learning geography.... Continue Reading →

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Review – Becoming MomStrong

If ever there was a time for moms to realize we are in a spiritual battle, it is now. We are being bombarded on all sides with a culture that is openly opposed to everything that the Bible says is... Continue Reading →

Review – Barbour Publishing

I love historical fiction books and the book I read aloud to my boys from Barbour Publishing took us way back in time...to the great flood! The book isĀ Imagine. . .The Great Flood by Matt Koceich, and considering all the... Continue Reading →

What’s In My Book Bag

This will be a short post since I'm anxious to get back to the audio I'm listening to. I'm about finished with Becoming MomStrong and will post a full review next week. Our current read-aloud is Little House on the... Continue Reading →

Review – Carole P. Roman

Carole P. RomanĀ is a children's author and wow is she prolific! She was generous in sending us four books to review, two I chose and two mystery books that she chose. One of the books I chose to review is... Continue Reading →

Review – Progeny Press

Progeny Press is known in the homeschooling community as a leader in quality literature study guides. We were given the opportunity to review one of their guides and I chose The Bears on Hemlock Mountain E-Guide to do with Andrew.... Continue Reading →

What’s Going On In My World

As everyone else is just starting back to school, we are taking the week off. Year-round schooling has been so fabulous for us. We don't have to review what has been forgotten over the summer and I can take a... Continue Reading →

Word Love – Offend

In the process of Becoming MomStrong I came across a word that has been thrown around a lot lately, especially on social media, and the meaning of the word deserves to be known. The word: offend. The Greek word is... Continue Reading →

Back to School!

I just read an article about an increase in suicide rates for school children. Although there are several factors causing this increase, the overwhelming reason given by counselors and teachers is the pressure kids have to perform well on standardized... Continue Reading →

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