Have you heard of the new website Bundle of the Week? Each week they feature a new bundle of 5 theme related ebooks for only $7.40. This week’s bundle is homeschool themed — and my ebook is in it!! WOOT! 5 Homeschool Ebooks, $7.40 Homeschooling by the Numbers by Angie Kauffman Homeschooling by the Numbers is a 74-page collection of essays covering everything from toddlers to adolescents, from reading to science to art, and from formal studies to taking trips. Most of all, this collection offers homeschoolers encouragement no matter where they’re at in their homeschooling journey. So, You Think
… Omnibus: a book containing reprints of a number of works French, from Latin, for all, dative plural of omnis, a combining form meaning “all,” used in the formation of compound. First known use: 1829 **This ebundle has expired, but you can still find all of the following books at their websites individually.** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . What is the Homeschool eBook Omnibus? A digital stockpile of books to carry you through
Kids. Chores. Allowances. Home Economics. They all go together, right? Seems to me that training your children in Home Economics is the logical solution to teaching them how to pitch in and work around the house. What I like about taking this approach is that it’s about more than just getting the work done, it’s about instilling these skills and abilities in our kids so they can run their own homes one day. Confession… I have to confess that training my children to be successful adults is not always first and foremost on my mind. This is probably the biggest
Yes, today is my fourteenth anniversary with my dear husband! It’s also the first day that my new and very first ebook is for sale. My husband and I first met way back in 1996. (Technically we’d met before that, but as “friends of friends” and it wasn’t until ’96 that we *met* and began talking and getting to know each other.) We began dating a few months later and a few months after that I knew that he was “The One.” And now here we are 14 years later with three beautiful kids and however many more years God
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Remember the Mother Letter Project? The romantic story that swept the blogosphere when a mysterious sweet husband asked for encouraging letters to his wife to bind together and give to her as a Christmas present? It’s been a few years, and the Mother Letter Project has birthed a few developments along the way. And they’re not done yet. Seth and Amber are at it again, birthing a new project — a Mother Letter book. They have gathered some of the original “mother letters” (with permission) and turned them into an e-book that you can purchase and give to a young