Raising Real Men: review by A Families Love

Overall, I would say if you have sons and you want them to reach their God given potential, pick up a copy of this book, read it, mark it up, keep it close to revisit when the going seems rough.

Teach Me Book Review: We Dare You! by Vintage Indie

This book is full of fun and more in-depth experiments, over 312 pages worth!

Raising Real Men by Live, Learn, Love

Raising Real Men: Surviving, Teaching and Appreciating Boys focuses on bringing up sons to be godly men despite the culture around us and even some of our own limitations and expectations. The Youngs do not focus on just one age; instead they talk about boys as toddlers to...

Raising Real Men – thoughts and a review by Finding Joy

I was extremely blessed by the sound Biblical principles that this book consistently draws it's truth from. This book has encouraged me as a mother, and emphasizes how raising Godly men starts at home, and that starts with acknowledging who the Lord has made boys to be.

Raising Real Men: A Review by The Hamricks

I sat down to read my treasured copy of a book that promised to show me how to take my children from boyhood into manhood. I felt like I was holding a precious gift.

Survive-O-Pedia {Product Review by The Baker’s Dozen

I don't know any kid (or many adults) who don't love this type of book. The topics range from seriously life-saving (how and when to walk on ice and what to do it if you fall in) to slightly less likely disasters such as how to survive the Bermuda...

A Young Scholar’s Guide to Composers Timberdoodle Review by Homedaze

There is so much included in this curriculum that I'm not sure you can get all the information the first time through. In fact, I'm pretty sure that you could do it several times and pull more out of it each time.

Timberdoodle Sign About Books by Homedaze

We have had so much fun teaching the youngest member of our household new signs that the older girls can frequently be found reading the books and practicing their signs. It is truly a family affair!

A Young Scholar’s Guide to Composers by Coffeewoman Does It All

I would highly recommend that homeschooling families add this to their curriculum. On further inspection of the book, I know that when my children get older, we can study the book again and learn even more.

Review: A Young Scholar’s Guide to Composers by Chatter, Clatter, and Things That Matter

This program is a study of music for homeschoolers, regardless of previous knowledge of the subject. Everything is done for the busy (and intimidated) homeschooling mom. Furthermore, each lesson is completed over a short days three days a week.
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