Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. The Imagination Station series is known for engaging and energetic children’s chapter books. Islands and Enemies by Marianne Hering is the 28th installment of the Tyndale series and it does not disappoint! We received a physical copy of this hardcover book. Every title withinContinue reading “BOTW: Islands and Enemies *Imagination Station #28*”
Today we celebrate and acknowledge the wonderful men that take care of our children in word and deed. We also appreciate those that have stepped up to become an important part of the village or community that we can rely on. Let’s remember the many sacrifices fathers make for their children and families. Fathers alsoContinue reading “Father’s Day Prayer”
Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Today’s review features a detailed look at the Understanding Algebra I workbook by The Critical Thinking Co.™. This is a one-year course for students in grades 7th, 8th, or 9th grade. This soft-cover workbook has 384-pages, is perforated for easy removal, and includes detailed explanationsContinue reading “Understanding Algebra 1 by The Critical Thinking Co.™”
Does forgiveness matter in friendship? I thought this encouragement clip would be helpful for those still working through their friendship checklist. Let these tips guide you in building your custom friendship circle. Also, note and work to change any areas within yourself that need improvement. Enjoyed the clip? Watch the entire video here: The ChristianContinue reading “Forgiving vs. Unforgiving Friends”
The Pastor’s Wife: Strengthened by Grace for a Life of Love by Gloria Furman is a scripture-rich book filled with inspiration for ministry wives in all areas. Being married to a man in ministry is a difficult position with various challenges and constant opposition that can lead to discouragement. However, we must not allow thoseContinue reading “BOTW: The Pastor’s Wife by Gloria Furman”
In the year 1872 near northern California, you’ll find the three affluent yet sheltered daughters of Margaret Stiles Beaumont running away. The new Mrs. Beaumont has decided to help her girls flee from their abusive stepfather and his plans to marry them off to his horrible friends. Each young woman is truly talented and intelligentContinue reading “BOTW: The Element of Love by Mary Connealy”
All That It Takes by Nicole Deese shares the story of Val Locklier, a meticulous, cautious, planner that weighs every option before moving forward. If life went according to plan, hers would be perfect but then this book wouldn’t be interesting. Thankfully, life and this novel are full of interesting twists, turns, and unexpected plotContinue reading “BOTW: All That It Takes by Nicole Deese”
Carved in Ebony by Jasmine L. Holmes discusses 10 women that worked to change the world. While reviewing their stories we learn how each woman contributed to Black History and World History by fighting until laws changed, speaking to multitudes, building schools, and even sharing the Gospel around the world. Every woman worked through timesContinue reading “BOTW: Carved in Ebony by Jasmine L. Holmes”
Bonjour! Today’s review features a detailed look at the Educator’s French Collection by Whistlefritz.
Fix It! Grammar teaches students critically analyze material and then correctly search for and fix errors.