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sweet filthy boy book review
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Happy Mother’s Day to us — Sweet Filthy Boy, from author Christina Lauren, hits the shelves May 13th.  Christina Lauren, combined pen name of BFFs, Christina Hobbs and Lauren Billings, New York Times, USA Today, and #1 international bestselling authors of the Beautiful Bastard series, have captured us once again with

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electrical wizard nikola tesla book review
bookbookseducationalschool at home

As a homeschool mom, I get really excited about educational books, especially those scientific or historical in nature.  My first grader is really interested in the whys and hows, and since I am a far cry from a scientist, I turn to books that she can understand.  Here are a

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mama built a little nest review
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Welcome to Spring!  I absolutely adore spring here in the desert — it is quite perfect.  We are outside all day enjoying the weather before summer swoops in and boils us with its 120 degree heat!  It is a great season to really experience nature.  Instilling love and respect for

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stone giant michelangelo's david book review
educationalkidsschool at home

I’m a homeschool mom so I look to make every facet of our day educational.  What I’ve learned from homeschooling my young daughter is that kids LOVE to LEARN, but dislike formal worksheets (though sometimes they are just necessary).  Maybe it’s just my girl, but she forces me to get

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it's valentine's day
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Every Valentine’s Day, my kiddos wake up to a basket of love. A little bit of chocolate, lots of hearts items, clothes and definitely BOOKS! Help your child learn to love books. The adventures they can take and knowledge they will absorb. They will be hungry for more! HarperCollins has

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reading eggs review
educationalkidsschool at home

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Reading Eggs. As a homeschooling mom to a 1st grader, I know how daunting teaching your child can be, especially to read.  With the high expectations put on children these days, I often end my days feeling inadequate and

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national geographic kids books review
bookbookseducationalschool at home

I blinked and my baby girl became a kid.  She will be turning seven in a month and as a homeschooling mom, I am always struggling to keep her challenged. It is truly something I never stop looking for — new resources to teach her everything I can.  A wonderful

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bookseducationalgiveawaykids

Looking for new books that will keep your children engaged? Here are some recent releases that are worth checking out. Monsters Under Bridges Written by Rachel Roellke Coddington Illustrated by Jolby You don’t have to live in the Pacific Northwest to enjoy this book but you sure are likely to

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bookboard review
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This post is sponsored by Bookboard; all opinions are 100% my own. Being a writer and lifelong bookworm, I love paper books.  After experiencing bookcases overflowing, I made a rule to donate each book I read, if I can rule out re-reading them, which is most of the time.  When

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volcano rising by elizabeth rusch
bookbookseducationalkidsschool at home

Now that my daughter is about to enter 1st grade, I find myself searching more for non-fiction books.  I’m homeschooling her this year so any and every educational resource I find, I grab.  Charlesbridge has some great new releases, sent to me for review. Volcano Rising by Elizabeth Rusch is

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