Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Praise {Wordless Wednesday}

Tenth Avenue North





It was a late night of sweet praise.  Go listen to Tenth Avenue North's new worship song called Worn.  It's my anthem of late.  Let me see redemption win.

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Homeschool Review: Heirloom Audio's St. Bartholomew's Eve #hsreviews #HeirloomAudio #LiveTheAdventure #BringingHentyBack #AudioAdventures

Mr. George (G.A. Henty, himself) ends the telling of St. Bartholemew's Eve by saying that there will always be more stories and more adventures to be had and we are ever so thankful that this is the case.  We've been huge fans of Heirloom Audio for quite some time now and have enjoyed listening to all of the audio dramas they have produced thus far.  We have always found them to be delightful and educational, but I daresay that this adventure is the most exciting to date.  I will admit that I did not know very much about the French Wars of Religion and I was unprepared for the realistic battles throughout the story, but I am thankful that by listening along we are now more appreciative of our right to worship with friends in the manner in which we choose.

St. Bartholomew's Eve shares the story of the persecution of the Huguenots that led to a civil war between the Catholics and the Huguenots and the devastation of the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre.  The story is told to friends Ned and Sebastien by extraodinary adventurer, Mr. George Henty, on the occasion of their being caught skipping the morning worship service.  I love how Mr. George gently reminds the boys that they have a right to worship GOD in the way that HE has put it in their hearts to do so -- and that many have fought and died for that right.

Divided into two CDs with a playing time of over two hours, St. Bartholomew's Eve introduces us to cousins Philip and Francois and allows us to journey with them as they fight for religious liberty, protect themselves and others, and secure peace.
By one spirit we are all baptized into one body.  When one is persecuted, all are persecuted.
Isn't that the way we should all look at the body of CHRIST?  Philip arrives from England to serve alongside the French Huguenots even knowing that he might have to fight to the death.   He is willing to train in new techniques of defense so that he can stand beside fellow believers on the battlefield when he could very easily have stayed at home where he was safe and sound.  He realizes that there is a bigger picture, though, and more is at stake.   "This is a cause worth dying for because my SAVIOR died for me."  As we listened, I couldn't help but think about my own reluctance to "get involved" sometimes.  GOD doesn't call us to sit silently by on the sideline.  HE calls us to take up arms, rebuke the enemy, and fight -- together.  Our battle is as real today as it was then and the great deceiver prowls around angrily looking for someone to devour.

What I like most about Heirloom Audio is that they make sure to offer Christian heroes through the telling of stories from history -- and that they tell those stories truthfully even when they aren't pretty.  From the battlefield to an arranged wedding celebration, we find a shattered hope of peace in St. Bartholomew's Eve.  Unfortunately, the markings on the doors lead to destruction instead of redemption this time and Philip stands poised to protect.  The St. Bartholomew's Massacre is gruesome and horrific and is depicted as such in the audio drama.  You can feel the anxiety as the attacks begin and you can "see" the bodies strewn across the streets and beaches as Philip works to return to his family.  You know the pain of bloodstains on special medallions.  It's tough to hear, but it's necessary as it heightens our appreciation for the freedoms that we gained because over 70,000 gave their lives.

Be prepared as you listen because your emotions will be all over the place.  There is a power in the depiction that helps us to realize that many fought for the rights of the generations to come and what they did hundreds of years ago affects us today.  The stories must be told.  We must always keep vigilant against tyranny.  We live in a fallen world where there will always be people who try to keep us from honoring our SAVIOR.  Love always protects.  We have a right and duty to love GOD -- and we should do that in community with other believers.

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We have thoroughly enjoyed listening to and learning from each of the audio dramas that we have reviewed (Under Drake's FlagIn Freedom's Cause, With Lee in VirginiaThe Dragon and the RavenBeric the BritonThe Cat of Bubastes, In the Reign of TerrorCaptain Bayley's Heir, and Wulf the Saxon) and St. Bartholemew's Eve is no exception.  We enjoy sharing all of our audio theatre productions with our friends and family.  We've actually made Heirloom Audio an integral part of our homeschool life and we think you should, too.

I was given the opportunity to review St. Bartholemew's Eve from Heirloom Audio as a member of the Homeschool Review Crew.   You can check out the Crew Review and see what other members of the Homeschool Review Crew thought of this fascinating audio drama (or just click on the banner below.)

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Friday, October 12, 2018

Homeschool Review: The Brinkman Adventures, Season 6 #hsreviews #AudioDrama #MissionaryStories #AudioMissionaryDrama #BrinkmanAdventures

I fell in love with the exciting Brinkman Adventures years ago, and I am always looking forward to the release of new stories.  For purposes of review, we received the Digital Version of Season 6: Underground Rising and we couldn't wait to jump in and get started to see where we would be traveling on mission this time.  How perfect was it that this season started us off with a visit to World War II since that is exactly our focus in history this semester?  GOD's perfect timing -- I love it!

Season 6:  Underground Rising contains six missionary stories in just over 2 hours of listening time.  This is perfect family listening for a long car ride together (headed on vacation or to visit family for the holidays?  Don't forget to take your CDs.) or can even be used during your family devotion time.  Listening to one episode each evening would make for some great discussions about how much GOD loves each and every one of us and would be a beautiful way to incorporate mission education and prayer into your family time.   Be forewarned though:  Once you start listening along, you may not want to stop.  And you are definitely going to want to have a map handy to mark all of the neat places you learn about.  In Season 6 alone, we visited the Netherlands, Wisconsin, India, Thailand, and Myanmar/Burma.

Underground Rising Season 6 Brinkman Adventures

Each episode of the Brinkman Adventures is based on true accounts of real missionaries in GOD's service on the mission field.  Although some names and details must be changed in order to protect their calling and keep their familes secure, all of the stories are true.  The stories are active and draw you right into the midst of them.  As we "listen", we "see".  That said, it makes it tough to choose a "favorite" story.   Each and every episode tugs at my heartstrings -- and quite often bring me to tears as I listen.  The first two episodes of Season 6 take us underground in Nazi-occupied Holland where Jewish families need help to survive and episode four reminds us to trust GOD's plan -- even when it takes you far away from home to India -- where you know no one.  Episode three reminded me that I am offered grace because I am a follower of the KING's SON.

Hearing a roomful of children and teens pray to accept JESUS as their SAVIOUR as they begin to realize what unconditional love truly is brought me to tears.  Y'all . . . this is what it's all about.  Only JESUS can change the hearts of people and these audio dramas put us right in the midst of GOD at work.  Following GOD is not always easy, but it is always, always the right path.  I need the reminder for myself -- and I want my children to hear it often.  More than anything else, I desire for my children to give themselves fully to JESUS.  I appreciate the engaging way the Brinkman Adventures encourage us to wholeheartedly follow GOD.  Every time.  Even when we don't see how.

The last two episodes grabbed my attention immediately as they introduced us to Dave and Karen Eubanks -- a Green Beret and Special Education teacher.  My brother is a Green Beret and it was a perfect calling for his life.  Listening to Dave's call to full-time missions was intriguing and I appreciate so much how GOD prepares us for HIS ultimate plan in ways that we least expect.  It is the perfect reminder that GOD works through our lives and only HE sees the big picture.  I also appreciate that when listening along might get tough or intense, the Brinkman Adventures suggest that families listen together.  The gunfire is real, the danger is evident, but what a blessing that the focus is always on the health of the family unit.  These are mission stories that you will want to hear over and over.  They never get old and they remind us what our mission at home should be as well:
Love each other.
Unite in a work for freedom, justice, and peace.
Forgive and don't hate each other.
Pray with faith.
Act with courage.
Never surrender.

One of my favorite things about the Brinkman Adventures is that you can find the backstories of each episode on the website, follow the family blog, and meet the real-life missionary family that the adventures are based upon.  There are pictures, videos, and more detailed information about each person and location mentioned.  This is a great resource that helps us put faces to the missionary stories.  It helps us to remember that they are real people sharing JESUS in real time.

Brinkman Adventures
I especially enjoyed reading through the Real Stories for Season 6 and seeing the beautiful pictures of Omie's special tea cups because I have been an avid collector of all things tea party for as long as I can remember.  Some of my very favorite teacups and teapots (pictured below) belonged to my grandmother, too, and I love holding them close as I remember the stories that she used to share with me.  What a precious memory brought to mind while listening to the first two episodes.

The "extras" provided in the Real Stories section are fascinating and cover a wide variety of information that really makes a huge difference in how you listen to the audio dramas. Don't skip this section.  It is an invaluable resource for your homeschool.  There are videos, recipes, maps, and more.  It's fun to journey along with real-life people as they visit the same places the Brinkman family has taken us.

You are going to want to make sure and check out the Facebook page, too.  I think you'll enjoy the podcasts links and featured articles there that direct us all to a life of on-mission service.

And finally, jump on over and order up some adventure for yourself.  Brinkman Adventures is offering a 10% discount for my readers this month.  What a great way to kick off Fall!  

We love every episode we've listened to and are always anxiously awaiting the next.  This is a the perfect time to share it with your family -- and stock up for Christmas, too.

As always, I'd love to hear how GOD speaks to you through the Brinkman family escapades.  Please, please share with me what HE is sharing with you and yours.  Let's speak life together.

I was given the opportunity to review Season 6: Underground Rising of the 
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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Homeschool Review: CashCrunch Careers #hsreviews #cte #careerpathway #collegeready #dreamjob #careerpossibilities

What do you want to be when you grow up?  What are you going to do with your life?  Those are questions that we begin asking children when they are very small and continue asking through high school and into college.  When I look back, I see that my answers changed from "I want to be a ballerina" (age 4) to "I want to be the first lady President" (age 14).  I started college as a Special Education and Child Psychology double major, thought I'd go to law school and enter politics, and ended with a degree in Political Science and American Studies.  I serve as Preschool, Children's, and Middle School Minister at my church.  There was a lot of emphasis placed early on about what I thought I wanted to do, yet my career path went an entirely different way.  I am of the mindset that we add quite a bit of unnecessary pressure to our kids when we try and force them to decide as teenagers what they want to do for the rest of their life.  Instead, I think we need to help them find a career that best fits their personalities.  I was interested to try out the CashCrunch Careers career assessment program from CashCrunch Games and see what it was all about.

Cash Crunch Careers

CashCrunch Careers is an online survey designed to help students choose a college and career path that is the best fit for their individual personality.  Acknowledging that we work for over half of our life, creator Paul Vasey wanted to find a way to help students find something that they enjoy doing so that they could excel and be happy.  Utilizing research from the US Department of Labor in order to provide relevant job selections, he designed this survey in conjunction with recruitment tools often used in the corporate world.  For purposes of review, my high school Senior and I both completed the survey.

The survey itself consists of 75 word pairings.  You choose which of the two words in each question best describes you right now.  (I like that you are reminded to choose the word that describes you NOW and not the word that you hope describes you ONE DAY.)  At first glance, the word pairings do not seem to go together.  You choose the word/words that best reflect your personality.  For example, do you select  Daring or people-orientedActive or Handle stress wellLikes People or Trustworthy?   

We found that it was best to answer quickly --  based on your first impression of the word pairings.  We were also very intentional to choose words for ourselves without asking for the opinions of others.  Otherwise, we were subject to overthink and we didn't want to skew the results of our surveys.

I liked that subtle helps were offered in reference to the context of the words being used in the pairings.  My daughter quickly realized that you could hover over the word/words for a definition and that helped her to narrow down her choices.

The entire survey took less than 15 minutes to complete, but the wealth of information that resulted from it was impressive.  Immediately upon completion, an analysis of our core skills set was provided and a report was available to show us how to match our personalities to a career.

The CashCrunch Career Report (4-pages) includes information on your Career Work Style, your Motivators and De-motivators, your Career Attributes, and your Career Match.  This is a valuable resource and can be accessed forever.  After you study your work style, motivators, and attributes, you can spend time searching through all of the different roles in individual careers.  There are videos to aid you in best utilizing the survey to its fullest potential and Mr. Vasey continues to upload helps and information about the educational requirements for each.

I was not at all sure if the word pairings survey would truly be able to read my personality with the way the words appeared, but through a series of word shuffling, I think it was pretty spot-on for both me and my daughter.  Her responses indicated that she thrives in team environments and attracks people with her high-spirited, energetic approach to work.  Although she does not see that about herself, I very much do.  My responses indicated that I actively and energetically strive to achieve ambitious goals and tend not to be satisfied until the task at hand is completed to my high standards.  Yep.  Guilty as charged.

Our Motivator and De-motivator responses were very different -- she's a by-the-book, immediate effects kind of girl and I'm a work-at-your-own-pace, let's see the long-term picture leader -- but we are both motivated by independence and freedom, flexible work schedules, and the opportunity to travel.  Don't stick us in a room without a phone though or feel the need to closely supervise our every move.

We both ranked highly independent and leadership-oriented.  My daughter shows a  deep concern for others with high integrity and I show a high tolerance for stress with a cooperative spirit.  These are the things that will be most helpful in determing career path -- and also offer encouragement in everyday life.

After you have studied all of these things, your best fit jobs are identified.  There are over 20 career categories provided and each one highlights between 7 (Information Technology) and 39 (Architecture and Construction) different job role possibilities. This offers a nice overview of vocations outside of the typically thought of jobs and will help a student plan for the future.  What is most impressive here is that each career category is linked to a description of the tasks and activities that make up the job, the projected growth rate of the career, the colleges where you can pursue the necessary educational requirements/degree to serve in that area, and a video which gives you an overall idea of the tasks, activities, abilities, work values and skills needed for the job.  This is a neat way for students to engage in career counseling right from home.

Cash Crunch Games
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In addition to CashCrunch CareersCashCrunch Games offers a board game for ages 5 -12 (CashCrunch Junior) and an online game for high school and college students (CashCrunch 101).  These teach the value of money and money management skills.  They also offer a personal finance course (CashCrunch Bite Size).  Check them out.

I was given the opportunity to review the CashCrunch Careers assessment from CashCrunch Games as a member of the Homeschool Review Crew.   You can check out the Crew Review and see what other members of the Homeschool Review Crew thought of these assessments by clicking on the graphic below.

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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Strength {Scripture & a Snapshot}

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Friday, October 5, 2018

Homeschool Review: Books of the Bible At-a-Glance #hsreviews #BooksOfTheBible #BibleSummarySheets #BiblePrintables

I was talking with one of our ministry leaders yesterday about the fact that basic Bible information seems to be lost.  Kids don't know BASIC information and it just grieves my heart.  We conducted an informal poll a few weeks ago to see just how many "stories" from the Bible that the middle schoolers could recall and were shocked to see the lists they came up with.  On average, a Wednesday-night-only student could list a few facts for about 7 stories from the Bible.  A Sunday/Wednesday student could only recall about 10 different stories.  This led us to keep asking questions and we stopped some of the high school students to ask them to name as many Bible stories as they could.  The results were similar.  Too similar.  There's a disconnect with basic Bible knowledge and we want to do better.  The truth of the matter though is that far too many adults don't know basic information either.

What are we missing as we teach?  How can we better introduce GOD's Word to children, students, and adults and help them to fall in love with it for themselves?  How can we better explain that the Bible is one beautiful love letter from GOD to each of us and it is relevant to our everyday life?  How can we break it down so that it doesn't seem so daunting at first glance -- and so that people will have a DESIRE to dive deeper into it?  I have spent the past few weeks reading through and teaching from the Books of the Bible At-a-Glance reference sheets from Teach Sunday School and I'm praying that they will be a difference maker in how we raise students up to do church outside the walls of the church building.

Books of the Bible at a Glance

These are the questions that I start every lesson with in both Children's Ministry and Middle School Ministry:
How many books are in the Bible?  [66]
How many "parts" is the Bible divided into?  [2]
What are those parts of the Bible called?  [Old and New Testament]
How many books are in the Old Testament?  [39]
How many books are in the New Testament?  [27]
What is the first book of the Bible?  [Genesis -- which means beginning]
What is the last book of the Bible?  [Revelation]
What are the Books of Law?  [Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy]
What are the Gospels?  [Matthew, Mark, Luke, John]
They are basic Bible facts that I think every student should know.  They just scratch the surface of all that students need to know for life, but they offer a beginning and I am able to add more  and more information each week.  For example, this week I added these questions to our introduction:
What book is smack dab in the middle of the Bible?  [Psalms]
How many chapters does Psalms have?  [150]
Over how many years was the Bible written?  [1500]
How many different authors were inspired by GOD to write it?  [40]
What languages was it written in?  [Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek]
Did you notice that the questions are getting a little more difficult?  I know that our kids can handle it and I know that they can fall in love with reading their Bibles.  It's our goal that children and middle schoolers move into high school knowing what GOD's Word says and that means we do what we need to in order to provide them the right tools for learning.  The overview of each book provided from the Books of the Bible At-a-Glance is fast becoming one of my all-time favorite tools.

Books of the Bible at a Glance

Books of the Bible At-a-Glance is a book-by-book printable that offers an idividual summary sheet of each of the 66 books of the Bible.  These "cheat sheets" provide a plethora of information for budding Bible scholars and have become the perfect training tool for use in both Bible Drill and Middle School Bible Study.   We want to make sure that each student has exactly what they need to become passionate about GOD's Word so we start by putting an age-appropriate copy of it in their hands.  We give them a Bible and encourage them to own it by underlining, highlighting, and making notes right on the pages of it.  Add to that a 3-ring-binder with a copy of the Books of the Bible At-a-Glance and you have the perfect combination for study.

Each page follows the same format so students can open right up and easily find out about a specific book of the Bible.  The At-a-Glance page lists the proper name of the book, the order it falls in either the Old or New Testament (there's a number and a slide graph showing where it falls), the author of the book, the date in which the book was written (or the approximation if it's hard to know for sure) and the time period which it covers, the "claim to fame" for the book (something that really sets it apart from the others), famous stories found in the Old Testament books and problems addressed in the New Testament books, famous or most referenced verses in each book, and the important points about each book.  As you can see in the picture below, the pages are clear, concise, and easy-to-read.  They are visually appealing and easy-to-use and help students identify what is important to remember about each particular book.  We are finding them to be just as engaging for adults as they are for 3rd graders. 

The only things that aren't already identified on the page for you are the division that the particular book is in (Law, History, Wisdom & Poetry, Major Prophets, and Minor Prophets in the Old Testament; Gospels, History, Paul's Letters, General Letters, and Prophecy in the New Testament) and the number of chapters in each book, so we have students write those two things on their copies of the pages in their notebooks.  This hands-on approach is perfect for reinforcing placement and helping them learn how to find an "address" in the Bible.

It makes for a great study guide to the entire Bible -- and my students add notes that they want to remember as we talk about different passages in class.  For example, in class Wednesday night we discussed a series of the longest and the shortest.  We went searching for these as a way to become more comfortable with GOD's Word.  Students looked up the longest book in the Bible [Psalms], the shortest book in the Bible [2 John], the longest chapter in the Bible [Psalm 119], the shortest chapter in the Bible [Psalm 117], the longest verse in the Bible [Esther 8:9], and the shortest chapter in the Bible [John 11:35].  They were able to make these notes on their Books of the Bible At-a-Glance pages, making the notebooks even more valuable to them.  I love watching them own it -- and I love watching the adults own it, too.  We are all learning so much MORE as we study and read together.

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You can find even more information about the Books of the Bible At-a-Glance when you visit the following Social Media pages.  Trust me on this one -- you are going to want a copy of this printable for yourself.

Books of the Bible At-a-Glance is a great discipleship tool.  Check it out.

I was given the opportunity to review the Books of the Bible At-a-Glance reference sheets from Teach Sunday School as a member of the Homeschool Review Crew.   You can check out the Crew Review and see what other members of the Homeschool Review Crew thought of these handy summary sheets by clicking on the graphic below.

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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Homeschool Review: Forensic Faith for Kids (Case Makers Academy) #hsreviews #apologetics #christianworldview #casemakers #casemakersacademy #forensicfaith #coldcasechristianity #childrensbook #davidccook

It is of the utmost importance to me that the children and middle schoolers that surround me know without a shadow of a doubt that JESUS is real and loves them more than anyone else ever could.  I want them to know that HE loves them so much HE gave HIS life for them.  I'm always looking for new ways to share that truth because I want them to OWN it for themselves.  Forensic Faith for Kids:  Learn to Share the Truth from a Real Detective from David C Cook and Case Makers Academy offers a hands-on approach for full ownership -- and teaches kids of all ages how to understand this sacrificial love and share the TRUTH about JESUS with others.

Forensic Faith for Kids

My daughter and I share a love of all things detective so I was excited to have a look at this new "detective" series of faith-based books.  Forensic Faith for Kids is a softcover book (160-pages) written by a real-life cold-case detective and his wife, J. Warner and Susie Wallace.  Mr. Wallace is a former atheist who learned to make the case for JESUS and now teaches kids how to follow the evidence presented to make the case for JESUS for themselves.  He shares that being a Christian means accepting your duty as described in 1 Peter 3:15 -- "Instead, you must worship CHRIST as LORD of your life. And if someone asks about your hope as a believer, always be ready to explain it."  Kids are taught how to use evidence and communicate that evidence (explain the hope they have a believer) to other people by joining the kids in the Forensic Investigations Academy.  The reader is welcomed into the Academy as a new cadet and they learn how to fill their detective bag with the tools needed to solve mysteries.

Written in such a way that the reader becomes a part of the story, Forensic Faith for Kids welcomes us as detectives in two ongoing mysteries.  First, we investigate to find the owner of a lost/found puppy and second, we investigate to help prove to a friend that JESUS is indeed GOD.  This is a super hands-on process because the pages of the book are filled with "assignments" that draw you into GOD's Word and through a course of discipleship.  In the picture below, you see that the reader is directed to READ Scripture, fill-in-the-blanks about what it says, and think about the important people in his/her life.  Kids see that it is okay to be trained and discipled -- and they are given permission to write in the book as they read.  Furthermore, they are given permission to write in their Bibles as they read and study it in order that they might make it a personal, color-coded road map for life.  How wonderful is that??

I think that every student should be able to OWN the TRUTH about JESUS for themselves and be able to share what they know with others.  Case Makers Academy offers a series of books that will help them along the way in Cold-Case Christianity for Kids:  Investigate JESUS with a Real Detective, GOD's Crime Scene for Kids:  Investigate Creation with a Real Detective, and Forensic Faith for Kids:  Learn to Share the Truth from a Real Detective.   I especially like the Case Makers Academy interactive website  that adds an entirely new dimension to the reading of the book.  The website offers short videos (most run about 5 minutes) that complement each chapter of the book and PDFs that you can print to make a detective's notebook.  

There's even a Leader's Guide to help you utilize information to its fullest -- and it's a completely FREE resource.  Your students will enjoy becoming real-life detectives as they answer questions, compile their very own Special Investigators Notebook, and learn more about JESUS through the Training Activity Sheets.  You'll need the book to understand it all, but your kids will LOVE going between the reading, the website, and their Bibles.  They will thoroughly enjoy the dot-to-dot and word find activities and the Note Sheets for each chapter are valuable tools for retaining the "training" from the book.  Kids (and adults) will learn how to better search out GOD's Word for answers.

This is most definitely a winner of a series.  There really is so much that we can all learn as we read along.

David C Cook

For more information you can visit the following Social Media page.  I really think that you should check it out!   You'll be glad you did.

And here's my SPOILER ALERT:  The cadets do a great job and they solve BOTH mysteries successfully.  In the process, we all learn more about how police work happens by following the evidence hidden in plain sight and not ever giving up when the going gets tough -- and best of all?  We learn to have a FORENSIC FAITH as we guard the TRUTH and follow the SHEPHERD.  There's even a certificate to fill out and present to your children once they discover all of this for themselves.

I was given the opportunity to review Forensic Faith for Kids:  Learn to Share the Truth from a Real Detective from David C Cook as a member of the Homeschool Review Crew.   You can check out the Crew Review and see what other members of the Homeschool Review Crew thought of this book by clicking on the graphic below.

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