The Secret Bridge by Amy Le Feuvre

I haven’t actually read a lot of classical literature, so it is unusual for me to pick up a book written in the 1800s!  Lamplighter Publishing send me the book The Secret Bridge to review, written by Amy Le Feuvre in the late 19th century (1899 to be exact). I always have a hard time setting aside a […]

The Glass Castle by Trisha White Priebe and Jerry B. Jenkins (Review)

My daughter is an avid reader and was excited to receive a new book to review.  The book is The Glass Castle by Trisha White Priebe and Jerry B. Jenkins from Shiloh Run Press.  This came as a hardback, 256 page book and is written with readers aged 10-14 in mind. After looking over the book briefly, I […]

The Conversation by Leigh A. Bortins (Review)

Homeschooling high school students is something that is a few years down the road for me, but I am already daunted by the task!  The Conversation, by Leigh A. Bortins is a book that anyone familiar with Classical Conversations will want to read.  Even if you’ve never heard of it before, it is a great resource for […]

Tales from the Circle C Ranch Book Review

My daughter enjoys being transported to another place and another time through reading.  Circle C Adventures sent us a softcover chapter book called Tales from the Circle C Ranch, by Susan K. Marlow, to jump start her summer reading, and she was immediately thrilled.  She loves stories about girls around her own age and adores horses.  She couldn’t […]

S is for Smiling Sunrise Picture Book Review

We do a lot of reading in our house, so incorporating the book S is for Smiling Sunrise by WordsBright was easy to do.   The story comes in a beautiful, full-color 32 page hardcover book.  It was written by a father (Vick Wadhwa) for his daughter when she was young.   The first thing I noticed about the book […]