Ryann Watters and the King’s Sword

The first installment in a series written by homeschooling dad Eric Reinhold, Ryann Watters and the King’s Sword introduces readers to a young boy who battles evil with three tools granted him by the angel Gabriel-a ring, a staff, and a horn. When he’s not engaged in the mythical world of Aeliana, Reinhold’s main...
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Persian Picture Books

The International Children’s Digital Library Presents the following Persian Picture Books that can be read online. Apple Mother by Marjan Keshavarzi Azao Bigwig Zero by Kambiz Kakavand The Cherries in Paradise are Ripe by Hadis Lazar Gholami You can check out books by the country here.
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Unplugged Play

About the book: Unplugged Play offers— Quick-and-Easy Solo Play and Busy Body Games – just right for a few minutes of fun-filled entertainment while Mom or Dad make dinner or need a few minutes of quiet time Games to Play With Others – loads of unplugged games for play-dates for toddlers, preschooler and grade-schoolers!...
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The Dover Teacher’s Sampler

This week’s highlights include: FREE Supplements to Enhance Your Lesson Plans Coloring Pages, Puzzles, Poetry, and Educational Activities Topics Include the Alphabet, Samurai Warriors, Human Anatomy, More
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Introducing Kimimela, a historical fiction novel for youth by homeschool mom, Kelly Goswick Suddenly orphaned and on her own in the Wyoming wilderness during the late 1800’s, 12 year old Kimimela Johnson, with her border collie, Dakota, must rely on God’s strength and the skills her parents taught her to carry on with her...
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Debt Information For Teens

Debt Information For Teens

This book starts out telling the history of money, offers tips for a successful financial life and includes facts about money, interest rates, loans, credit cards, finance charges, predatory lending practices, preventing and resolving debt-related problems and more. Here is part of the description from the publisher: Debt Information For Teens explains the economic...
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Homeschool Co-ops* by Carol Topp CPA

Homeschool Co-ops*/ is the first of its kind, how-to book about starting and running a homeschool co-op. The book includes chapters on: * The pros and cons of starting a homeschool co-op. * Having a focus and a mission * Running a planning meeting * Setting policies * Managing the money * Dealing with...
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The Unschooling Unmanual Book Review by Jeanne Faulconer

Jeanne Faulconer reviewed The Unschooling Unmanual in her Book Reviews Column in the March-April issue of Home Education Magazine. She has given permission to reprint it here: The Unschooling Unmanual, Edited by Jan Hunt and Jason Hunt, The Natural Child ISBN 978-0-9685754-5-1 Unschoolers seeking inspiration and affirmation will enjoy the Hunts’ new unmanual, which...
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Treehouses and other Cool Stuff: 50 Projects You Can Build

This book sounds like it had some fun ideas. Here is the publisher’s description: Remember the handcrafted mischief of the gangs on The Little Rascals, Gilligan’s Island, and The Swiss Family Robinson? This cleverness is back in the old-fashioned fun of Treehouses and Other Cool Stuff You Can Build. Imagine building an old-fashioned go-cart,...
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Conservation Book Repair

This book repair resource was recently shared on many of the HEM discussion lists. Lynda gave me permission to share it here. Thanks Lynda! Youngest is in 4-H and one of the mothers decided to do a new project this year, Book Repair. It’s only a two day project and youngest signed up to...
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