This month I’m looking at the lovely encouraging book ‘Lessons At Blackberry Inn’ by Karen Andreola. This is the sequel to Pocketful Of Pinecones which I reviewed last month. If my review piqued your interest enough to buy or borrow a copy of the book, I have no doubt that you are hooked and cannot wait to go back in time and visit with Carol
Written by veteran homeschooler and renowned interpreter of the Charlotte Mason method of education, Karen Andreola’s ‘Pocketful of Pinecones’ is simply a delight to read! This book is basically a teachers ‘how-to’ guide to implementing nature study Charlotte Mason style. It has been written as a heartwarming story which draws the reader right into the daily lives and happenings of the characters. Every time I
Homeschooling with Purpose, by Amy Roberts of RaisingArrows.net, is just the breath of fresh air many homeschooling mothers need when we find ourselves in “the winter of our discontent.” According to Amy, this ebook is not intended to be another instructional manual full of homeschooling how-to’s. Instead, Amy writes, “I want to dig deeper . . . below the surface of inspirational ideas that will
Anytime we discover something extraordinary, we can’t wait to share it with our friends. That’s how I feel about a new digital publication, Impart Magazine. I’ve had the opportunity to read both the June and July issues, and I am very impressed. Publishers Michael and Carrie Bozeman have taken great care with this magazine, and it shows in every aspect. The tagline, “Inspire Your Child / Enrich
On my nightstand next to my Women’s Devotional Bible and the latest issue of my favorite quilt magazine sits a home school how to book I find so full of encouragement and practical advice I refer to it often. Elizabeth Foss’ Real Learning: Education in the Heart of A Home shows us how to use living books and real life experiences to teach our children.