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New Video: Books About Books – Part 2

Here’s my latest video. And yes, my kids have seen them and actually approve! Phew.😅 This video is a continuation of my previous one about books. It’s slightly longer, but hopefully with better information! I’m still very new at all of this, but I hope it helps another homeschooling mom out there. Thank you for… Continue reading New Video: Books About Books – Part 2

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My Book Bag: Killing Reagan

Killing Reagan by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard is the latest book in the “Killing” series. This has been an interesting series. I thoroughly enjoyed Killing Lincoln and Killing Kennedy. My first thought upon seeing the title of this latest book was, “Reagan wasn’t killed.” But I was interested, so I read it. I was cognizant… Continue reading My Book Bag: Killing Reagan

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My Book Bag: Across Five Aprils

Well, I have wiped the tears from my eyes in order to tell you that Across Five Aprils is a book that everyone should read. I had read it when I was thirteen or fourteen, and while I loved it very much then, I lacked the maturity and understanding that only time could bring. The… Continue reading My Book Bag: Across Five Aprils

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My Book Bag: Passin’ Through

To understand my husband, I read the Bible and Louis L’Amour. I’m not sure I have a favorite genre, but I know my husband does, and western novels is it. He often quotes Louis at the strangest moments, usually the ones where I am in desperate need of a smile. And you know what? It… Continue reading My Book Bag: Passin’ Through

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My Book Bag: Year in Review {Part 6}

Hey! You made it! This is the last installment in my book reviews for the year. Thanks for haingin’ with me. Here are the previous entries: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Amos Fortune: Free Man by Elizabeth Yates is the true story of an African man who became a slave,… Continue reading My Book Bag: Year in Review {Part 6}