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✰✰✰✰✰ Pure Value for Homeschool Families Inside These Pages! TREMENDOUS!

✰✰✰✰✰ Pure Value for Homeschool Families Inside These Pages! TREMENDOUS!
It's always nice when someone takes the time to review my books. I recently got this five star review from Jennifer and her daughter Ella for Gifted E...
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Wayward Prodigals Can Happen to Good Parents

Wayward Prodigals Can Happen to Good Parents
I received this book in exchange for an honest review - all opinions are my own. This post also contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but not enough for a latte. I hope you know by now that your family isn't perfect. I hope you understand that homeschooling is not a panacea for the human condition. Homeschooling is a great way to educate your child and raise them...
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Hands Free Life Book Review

Hands Free Life Book Review
Affiliate disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but not enough for a latte. Hands Free Life Book Review I requested a copy of the book Hands Free Life: Nine Habits for Overcoming Distraction, Living Better, and Loving More because I was so excited about the topic. I'm online and on social media a LOT for my job, and frequently I'm writing about the overuse of technology by...
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Help for Parents with Strong Willed Children: Book Review

Help for Parents with Strong Willed Children: Book Review
This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but not enough for a latte. Do you have a strong willed child in your life? This book will provide help for parents with strong willed children! I read it while in Glacier National Park on vacation and it was awesome!Cynthia Tobias is the queen of learning styles - the guru of kinesthetic, auditory, and visual learners - and an awesome...
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Overseas Homeschool Friends - Listen Up!

Overseas Homeschool Friends - Listen Up!
This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but not enough for a latte. If you are living overseas and are homeschooling because you are military, missionary, or for other reasons live outside the US, I have a great resource for you to add to your home library. The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition One of my overseas homeschool parents suggested this, so I asked to review...
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Total Home Makeover: Transform Yourself, Your Family, and Your Home

Total Home Makeover: Transform Yourself, Your Family, and Your Home
I saw this book and it looked so great!  Check out what my daughter-in-law says about this book. She loved it!As a newlywed with no kids, let’s just say I was skeptical that this book would be helpful to my life. Let me just start off by saying . . . I was wrong.When I sat down at Starbucks (a nice peaceful alternative to my living room), I began reading the intro. She had me at...
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Moms Cracking Up

Moms Cracking Up
How many books have you started to read that you simply couldn’t put down once you started them? Books so compelling that, in order to keep reading, you hid in the bathroom so no one could find you, told your children to do their math homework by themselves, and ordered pizza for dinner?!Amazing books like that are few and far between in my life, but I just found another one. It’s called “Cracking Up: A Post-partum...
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Warning! Christian Alert!

Warning! Christian Alert!
I was a little surprised when I saw this review of my book, Setting the Records Straight on Amazon. It was the first time I got only 4 stars in a review. Surprisingly, the reason for the less-than-perfect score was because I expressed my Christian faith. Here is the review, so you can read it yourself: Christian AlertBy J. McGrath, posted November 16, 2012This review is from: Setting the Records Straight: How to Craft Homeschool Transcripts and Course Descriptions...
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Thanks Kim! I appreciate the encouragement! Blessings, Lee
Saturday, 08 August 2015 13:09
Guest — Kim
Lee - your books and CD's are full of extremely helpful information for those who are home schooling high school. Your book on tr... Read More
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Guest — Lee
I see that in my ministry as well, Cheryl Blessings, Lee
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