101 scientists who “believed in the Bible and in a personal Creator God.”
Cynthia Ulrich Tobias has a master’s degree in education and has been talking learning styles for over 30 years! Subtitled How to Discover and Teach to Your Child’s Strengths, The Way They Learn serves as a good first source for understanding the way your child learns. The author explores various learning-style models — including Gregorc’s […]
Jessie Wise taught three children at home from elementary school through high school; all three completed college degrees and two also completed graduate degrees — including Susan Wise Bauer. Drawing on their combined teaching, homeschool, and educational experiences, they have coauthored The Well-Trained Mind, now in its fourth edition. The authors begin by providing a […]
For the Children’s Sake is an important read for DIY homeschool moms whose efforts are aimed at something bigger than a generic education for their children. Review.
Now in a new compact size, The Family Garden Journal: A Keepsake of Daily Plans, Observations, and Harvests from HomesteadOnTheRange.com will see a price increase after the first of the year. This is a great time to pick up this family notebooking keepsake! This beautiful paperback journal can help you or a loved one develop […]
One Wintry Night by Ruth Bell Graham is a beautifully illustrated picture book that you will want to add to your Christmas reading list! A young “mountain smart” boy ends up caught in a snowstorm and seeks shelter in a log home his grandpa helped build. The elderly woman who lives there welcomes him with […]
One of the best ways to approach science in the younger years is by reading biographies and experimenting. This foundation spurs a curiosity about science and keeps that interest high until the math necessary for formal science studies catches up. There are several excellent scientific biographies available, one of which is Michael Faraday: Father of […]
They were unique. They stood apart in history. They were persistent. They provided the world with the solution to heavier-than-air flight. The Wright Brothers by David McCullough is their story as told by a master storyteller. This #1 New York Times bestseller by a two-time Pulitzer winner describes the chronological story of the Wright brothers’ […]
Many people don’t realize there was a real bear behind A.A. Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh. Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear by Lindsay Mattick tells the heart-warming story of the real bear Winnie-the-Pooh was named after. The story begins with a Canadian veterinarian from Winnipeg, who was leaving home for the war […]
Joy to the World! covers 25 Christmas carols, one for each day of December through Christmas. Perfect spine for a Christmas unit!
In Thanksgiving: A Time to Remember by Barbara Rainey, you’ll find no political correctness, just the simple story of a journey of faith.
There is one Christmastime favorite that we revisit year after year: How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss. While youngsters delight in the simple, captivating language, the older students ponder the meaning of the tangible elements of the story: Why did the Grinch dislike Christmas so much? What does it mean when one’s heart […]