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Paul Meets Jesus

Paul Meets Jesus

On 6/30 Amanda Pelser wrote: This is where the ZonderKidz I Can Read! series comes in. I received a copy of Elijah, God's Mighty Prophet and Paul Meets Jesus from the BookLook Bloggers program in exchange for an honest review. It looked like a great solution for the needs of early readers. The life of Elijah (especially the story ... Reading Practice with Bible-Based Early Readers

Amanda's Rating:

5 Stars

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Give Your Child the World

Give Your Child the World

On 6/28 Amanda Pelser wrote: My oldest son, Jonathan, is obsessed with geography and maps. We keep a maps on our walls. He draws maps. He builds puzzles of maps and cityscapes. He has a natural love for how the world is structured geographically and politically. He loves learning about other countries and cultures. I’ve nurtured ... How to Give Your Child a Global Perspective

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5 Stars

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Breaking Busy

Breaking Busy

On 5/17 Amanda Pelser wrote: This was a hard one. I've been sitting on my thoughts of this book for months. It took a while to get through. It's stuck with me. Confirmed some things I've been hearing God say. Guided me as I followed through on some decisions in my life. I picked up a copy of Breaking Busy by Alli Worthington from ... Breaking Busy (and What Happened to Kids in the Word?)

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5 Stars

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Elijah, God's Mighty Prophet

Elijah, God's Mighty Prophet

On 3/29 Amanda Pelser wrote: One of the subjects that I dreaded when I first considered homeschooling was reading. I was terrified I'd never be able to teach my kids how to read and their education would forever suffer. In the six years we've been homeschooling, I've learned that teaching reading isn't as hard as I'd feared. That's ... Reading Practice with Bible-Based Early Readers

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5 Stars

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Notes from a Blue Bike

Notes from a Blue Bike

On 5/20 Amanda Pelser wrote: Simple living has been a topic that has really been on my heart recently. As we were waiting and preparing for an open door to move to California, Tsh Oxenreider’s book Notes from a Blue Bike was released. I requested a copy from BookLook bloggers to read and share with you. I’ve been reading Tsh’s ... Book Review: Notes from a Blue Bike

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5 Stars

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Say Goodbye to Survival Mode

Say Goodbye to Survival Mode

On 2/11 Amanda Pelser wrote: Burnout. Have you ever experienced it? I have. Too many times. Usually, the burnout shows itself in my health, particularly in depression. I’ve learned over the years that I don’t want to live that way, but I still experience cycles of busyness and depression. Winter is the worst because the lack ... Learning to Say Goodbye to Survival Mode

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5 Stars

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Women Living Well

Women Living Well

On 10/17 Amanda Pelser wrote: I was really excited a while back when I heard that Courtney Joseph from Women Living Well was writing a book. It finally released recently. I thought that Women Living Well would be a popular book for you, my readers, so I picked it up from the Thomas Nelson BookSneeze program to read and share with ... Book Review: Women Living Well by Courtney Joseph

Amanda's Rating:

4 Stars

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Altar Ego

Altar Ego

On 7/9 Amanda Pelser wrote: Craig Groeschel is one of my favorite Christian Living authors and speakers. I love reading his books and hearing him speak. His writing voice is so similar to his speaking voice that you can almost hear him as you read. I’d put Altar Ego right up there with the rest of his books that I’ve read. Altar ... Review: Altar Ego by Craig Groeschel

Amanda's Rating:

5 Stars

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Desperate

Desperate

On 1/7 Amanda Pelser wrote: No more desperate moms! Many older moms aren’t mentoring younger moms. Younger moms lack the training and are trying to live out unrealistic expectations that they’ve put in themselves. No more desperate moms! First, let me say that I love Sally Clarkson. She’s a mentor to many moms through ... Book Review: Desperate

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5 Stars

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