Monthly Archives: April, 2012

For all you Lapbookers out there!

Are you getting bored with school?  Do you use Apologia’s middle or high school science?  Or do you use the elementary science series by Jeannie Fulbright?  If you answered YES to any of these questions, then you MUST check out Knowledge Box Central (www.knowledgeboxcentral.com)!  They have amazing product, including Apologia Vocabulary Flash Cards, Lapbooks, Lapbook …

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Review:The Sumerton Women by D.L. Bogdan

This book was a little more than I expected. I enjoyed it. I even read some of it to my children. They didn’t want me to stop reading it. They wanted to know what was going to happen to Mirabella in the end. My oldest was in tears by the end of the book. So …

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Review: Here’s Lily by Nancy Rue

Let me just say this was a sweet little book. It made me tear up quite a bit. Without giving away too much, Lily is involved in an accident that causes her and someone she loves harm. And as a result of this accident she may not be able to attend an event that means …

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Review: Reading Eggs Website

I have a 6 yr old that just learned to read this school year. And I thought that after seeing on the Reading Eggs website that he could take advantage of a 2 week free trial. That we should definitely try it out and that is exactly what we did. In a word he LOVED …

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Review:The Daughter’s Walk by Jane Kirkpatrick

  This was a very well written book. I really enjoyed it. The author gave each of the characters a lot of personality that just came shining through. You can really feel like you know each of them.Taken from the back of the book…..In 1896 Norwegian American Helga Estby accepted a wager from the fashion …

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Review:A Plus TutorSoft Math Learning Software

Recently  my son & I were given the chance to review some software. This software in particular was to tutor him in an area that he was needing some remedial work in. So he decided he would give this a shot to see how A Plus TutorSoft worked. And to see if it would be …

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Real Marriage By:Mark&Grace Driscoll A Book Review

I really enjoyed this book. This book does NOT sugar coat marriage like alot of other christian based books on marriage. So if that is what you are looking for you may need to move on.Taken from the back cover:In their book Pastor Mark Driscoll and his wife, Grace, share how they have struggled and …

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His Princess By Sheri Rose Shepherd A Book Review

This book was a refreshing read. I was pleasantly surprised with the colorful pictures it contained. It was very pretty.I really enjoyed reading it. It contains love letters from our King. It is all the things that you wish God would say to you.Here is a small excerpt from the book.“I have set you free …

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SWITCHED! (TJ and the Timestumblers Series) By Bill Myers A Book Review

Taken from the back of the book…..”TJ’s bald head! The goofballs’ Swiss Army Knife has shaved everything in sight,from trees to shrubs to… Well, you get the idea. Fueling their time pod. All they have to do is sneak aboard a top-secret nuclear submarine and “borrow” its plutonium power pack. And worst of all worsts, …

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Review:When Work & Family Collide By Andy Stanley

This book was a good short read. I finished it in no time. The author tries in a sense to help all of us whether we work outside the home or at home to understand how and why we should put family first.Taken from the book”Let’s face it. With all the demands of the workplace …

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