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Book Review: Talking With Teens About Sexuality

Talking With Teens About Sexuality, by Beth Robinson & Latayne C. Scott [Note: This book was provided free charge by Bethany House Publishing in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] In general, I think … Continue reading

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Book Review: Raising Spirit-Led Kids

Raising Spirit-Led Kids: Guiding Kids to Walk Naturally In The Supernatural, by Seth Dahl [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Chosen Books in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This book … Continue reading

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Book Review: Solutions And Other Problems

Solutions And Other Problems, by Allie Brosh In reading this book I have to admit that I had some complicated feelings and thoughts about this book. By and large, the author spends a book of 500 not very skillfully illustrated … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Reading Lesson

The Reading Lesson: Teach Your Child To Read In 20 Easy Lessons, by Michael Levin and Charan Langton This book was, admittedly, a book that I was somewhat disappointed in and that had at least some elements of it that … Continue reading

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Book Review: My World (Now I’m Reading! Pre-Reader)

My World (Now I’m Reading! Pre-Reader), by Nora Gaydos, illustrated by BB Sams Some books aimed at pre-readers seek to provide the reader with a set of characters to identify with as one develops the skill of reading. Other books, … Continue reading

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Book Review: My First Books: Pre-Reading Skills

My First Books: Pre-Reading Skills, by Lynn Maslen Kertell, illustrated by John R. Maslen and Sue Hendra This particular set of books contains twelve books that are divided into four parts of three books each, and each of the books … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Top 50 Questions Kids Ask (3rd Through 5th Grade)

The Top 50 Questions Kids Ask (3rd Through 5th Grade), by Dr. Susan Bartell This is a fascinating and worthy book mostly because it is written with a different agenda than most books about questions. Most books about questions seek … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Kids’ Book Of Questions

The Kids’ Book Of Questions, by Gregory Stock, Ph.D At least it can be said that this book of questions is far better than the equivalent for adults. That is not to say that it is a wonderful book, because … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Question

The Question: Teaching Your Child The Essentials Of Classical Education, by Leigh A. Bortins There is a great deal of value in this book being written by an amateur teacher who has a passionate interest in classical education. At its … Continue reading

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Book Review: Big Questions From Little People

Big Questions From Little People And Simple Answers From Great Minds, compiled by Gemma Elwin Harris This book is an interesting one in that it demonstrates the way that children are flattered in the questions that they ask and that … Continue reading

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