Captain Absolutely Review

  In our home, I'm often outnumbered when it comes to favorite choices of entertainment. The majority of those living in my household get all hyped up over superheros, evil villains, quirky sidekicks. I'm not one of them, but when the opportunity to read and review a copy of Captain … [Read more...]

The Secret Bridge by Lamplighter Publishing {A Review}

I've always had a soft spot for old-fashioned romance. When given the opportunity to read and review a copy of the The Secret Bridge by Amy Le Feurve I did not hesitate to say, 'Yes!" When this lovely, may I say 'luxurious' hardback copy of the novel arrived I swooned just a little. The beautiful … [Read more...]

Shepherd, Potter, Spy–and the Star Namer {A Review}

Through the years, as I've read Bible stories to my children we've often talked about what it would really have been like living during those times. What would a young man like David see around him as he picked up those stones for his sling? How would it be, living in a tent, wandering through the … [Read more...]

Homer’s Epic Adventures with Memoria Press {A Review}

Memoria Press offers a high school level curriculum from a classical christian education point of view. Their Iliad & Odyssey Complete Set provides an excellent language arts option for high schoolers. While I am familiar with the classical philosophy of education, we have not closely followed … [Read more...]

Bessie’s Pillow: A Young Immigrant’s Journey {A Book Review}

Have you ever wondered what it would have been like to leave the country of your birth, travel thousands of miles to build a new life in a strange place? Bessie's Pillow by Linda Bress Silbert, a new release from Strong Learning, Inc. gives us an close up look into the experience of one young woman … [Read more...]