What is Life Prep for Homeschooled Teenagers?
It’s a curriculum that teaches teenagers skills and values they’ll need in the adult world they’re about to enter. It walks them through processes like….

  • researching a place to live
  • making decisions about borrowing money (including student loans)
  • figuring out health insurance
  • understanding credit and debit cards
  • learning about basic investing

…. with an attitude of prudence, and a goal of minimizing debt.

  • It also reviews concepts they’ll need for…. Read more…

Shovelhorns and Black Bruin

Now you can read two of Clarence Hawkes’ wildlife adventures in one book. Readers of all ages will love these stories, but especially boys who enjoy the outdoors and stories that don’t hold back from telling about the life and death struggles that occur in the wild. Do your sons enjoy reading? Are you having trouble finding something for them to read that really catches their interest and is good for them to read? Here are two wildlife animal stories that will keep them captivated. Read more…


With this 1890 kindergarten story curriculum, you’ll enjoy reading the old-time stories in this collection as much as your child will enjoy listening to them. Originally written and assembled by Sara Wiltse, this book combines familiar stories, many from around the world, with little known and forgotten stories that will make this a favorite book. Read more…

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The Bible records only a few verses describing what occurred during the 40 days between Jesus’ resurrection on Easter and his return to Heaven. The 40 Days: A Novel tells the story of a first-century Hebrew shepherd and his son, who after their flock becomes scattered during the cataclysmic events of Good Friday, find themselves in the presence of Jesus during that 40-day period. Read more…

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Conquer Your Clutter Without Losing Your Nostalgic Memories

How can you have the organized home of your dreams when you’re emotionally attached to almost all of your stuff?

In The Sentimental Person’s Guide to Decluttering, Claire Middleton offers a plan that you can work through, step by step, to turn your home into the welcoming, roomy haven you’ve always dreamed of, filled with charm, personality… and none of the mess you live with now. Read more…

How Can You Prepare Your Children For The NEW ECONOMIC Reality?

Today’s children will reach adulthood in an economic environment unlike anything the world has ever seen. The 21st century global economy is powered by an increasing rate of technological change as well as growing foreign competition; both are contributing to the high U.S. unemployment rate and stagnating American wages. How can we as parents prepare our children for success in this growing maelstrom that many are now calling “the new normal”? Read more…

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Women of the Old Testament: 14 In-Depth Bible Studies for Teens (with Mother-Daughter Discussion Starters) examines women’s stories from the Bible and helps teens relate them to their own and their mothers’ lives.

Designed for grades 8-12 and up, this book is arranged in an assignment format, and can be completed in one school year of daily work. The answer key is included for ease of correcting, with specific Bible references for every answer. Read more…

The Imperfect Homeschooler’s Guide to Homeschooling is packed full of Barbara Frank’s advice gleaned from over 20 years of homeschooling her four children, including one who has Down syndrome.

Readers will learn how they can:

  • Get past the “public school” way of thinking by customizing lessons for each child,
  • Boost their self-confidence by learning how to measure what their children have learned, Read more…

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