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Doug Smith reviews a a selection of e-readers in this video from Charlotte Mason. From sleek Apple products to the popular Amazon Kindle, he covers them all and offers thoughts on which might be best for you. The Different Kindles Available Kindle Main Page

Follow the link for an informative page reviewing and comparing the different types of Kindle available and which might work best for homeschool.

Here’s how Kindle can be a great asset to your homeschool!

D’Aulaires’ Book of Greek Myths is part of the Sonlight 6th Grade Curriculum, and with good reason. While not an exhaustive resource for Greek Mythology, it is a very strong collections of the basic stories about all of the best-known gods and goddesses of ancient Greece. With a straightforward, easy-to-read storytelling style and airy, sweeping illustrations that bring to mind the art of ancient Greece on every page, the D’Aulaires’ infused their book with enchantment,…

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I have ordered from BookCloseouts .about half a dozen times and each time I have been impressed with the service and the value. I have found some hardcover classics that were priced less than paperbacks. It is like a treasure hunt when I look through their online catalog. When I spend a little time searching, I inevitably find a book that surprises me, a real value. I got a hard cover Johnny Tremain and several…

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These are the books that I grew up with.  The stories and pictures are delightful and remind me of my childhood. When I began homeschooling my children, my mother let me have this set that is shown in the picture above. The name of the series is Best in Children’s Books published by Nelson Doubleday Inc and there are many more volumes that what I possess. Does anybody remember The Magic Porridge Pot story that…

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If you are looking for excellent literature that will  inspire your sons with a knowledge of world history and global geography, and that do so in the context of the love of Christ…. R.M. Ballantyne was born into Edinburgh’s great 19th century publishing elite. His family firm published both Walter Scott and Thomas Chalmers. No wonder he knew how to spin a classic yarn! His prodigious output of nearly a hundred adventure stories was the…

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You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.

- Deuteronomy 6:7 -