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A Daughter for Christmas

A Daughter for Christmas
$5.99

Dr. Max Connors had no idea he'd fathered a child thirteen years ago. Or that his baby girl had been given up for adoption. He locates his daughter in a small Oklahoma town and moves there, hoping to become a part of her life. But when he meets her widowed mother, Max is unsure how to reveal his identity. As he helps Rachel Howard with her plans to homeschool the girl, he's welcomed into the family. But with the holidays approaching, Max must tell Rachel who he really is. Can he make his dreams of family come true by Christmas?

A Daughter for Christmas

A Daughter for Christmas
$0.01

Dr. Max Connors had no idea he"d fathered a child thirteen years ago. Or that his baby girl had been given up for adoption. He locates his daughter in a small Oklahoma town and moves there, hoping to become a part of her life. But when he meets her widowed mother, Max is unsure how to reveal his identity. As he helps Rachel Howard with her plans to homeschool the girl, he's welcomed into the family. But with the holidays approaching, Max must tell Rachel who he really is. Can he make his dreams of family come true by Christmas?

A Daughter for Christmas (Mills & Boon Love Inspired) (Helping Hands Homeschooling, Book 3)

A Daughter for Christmas (Mills & Boon Love Inspired) (Helping Hands Homeschooling, Book 3)
$9,999.00

Dr. Max Connors had no idea he'd fathered a child thirteen years ago. Or that his baby girl had been given up for adoption. He locates his daughter in a small Oklahoma town and moves there, hoping to become a part of her life. But when he meets her widowed mother, Max is unsure how to reveal his identity.

A Friend in High Places

A Friend in High Places
$70.64

Introducing an epic breakthrough in the world of children's entertainment! A new 13-episode series on DVD-ROM! A stunning mix of 2-D and 3-D animation! Sensational Bible stories, riveting first century adventures, promising lifelong lessons. Friends and Heroes is an exciting new animated DVD-based Bible learning series that teaches kids Bible stories, ancient history, and how to live life as a Christian. Episode #2, A Friend in High Places, retells the story of Samson and Delilah. In addition, a retelling of the story of Peter's friendship with Cornelius, the Roman Centurion, reminds children to love others. Each episode features 4 curriculum lessons (PDF format) with teacher helps, reproducible activities, and other materials that can be used for small and large group Bible study, Sunday school, homeschool, and family fun time. Friends and Heroes was created by an international award-winning team of producers, designers, script writers, and music composers. Their movie credits include Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and The Miracle Maker. And the credits roll on. including Testament, Spider-Man, and the animated versions of Superman and Batman.

A Penny in My Pocket

A Penny in My Pocket
$22.44

A school assignment to look for an old penny opens up a world of adventure and living history for a group of students. Join them as they search for old pennies, hold them in their hands and wonder: Who held them when they were new? What was this country like? With each penny found, more history comes alive. The pennies lead back to the wave of immigration in the early 1900s, through the Influenza epidemic and The Great War, on to the Harlem Renaissance, the Depression and World War II. All this is seen through the eyes of young people the same age as the students. The powerful ending demonstrates how a simple penny can tie people together and carry a strong message of hope and the American spirit. The book includes discussion questions intended to stimulate thought-provoking conversation and creativity. The book is suited for the home, classroom, library or homeschool bookshelf. The book is also available in hardcover (ISBN 978-0-9795818-0-9)

Adventures of the Homeschoolers: The Genie in the Teapot

Adventures of the Homeschoolers: The Genie in the Teapot
$19.52

Join the adventures of 10-year-old Freya and her 8-year-old brother Heath as they are drawn into a world of genies, pirates, long-lost Grandmothers and family history projects! A fantasy adventure story starring home educated children, for home educated children - and anyone else who loves a good story. Following on from the author's previous book for 2-5 year olds, here is a gripping tale for approximately 4-8 year olds.

Alice, I Think

Alice, I Think
$0.05

Meet Alice. She's been homeschooled for a decade. Now she's about to enter tenth grade. That is, if she can get the right haircut. And clothes. She's eager to make friends and - who knows? - maybe even interact with the opposite sex. This brilliantly observed debut novel was short-listed for two Canadian literary awards and is certain to appeal to fans of Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging. Wise, witty, and entirely original, Alice, I Think is a chronicle of small-town life and a window into the soul of an utterly appealing heroine.

Anna's Fight for Hope

Anna's Fight for Hope
$0.05

Twenty-five percent unemployment, food lines, banks and businesses closing. The Great Depression was not only a national catastrophe, but a personal one, as well. Follow the fictional story of Anna Harrington to see how this time of upheaval affected a twelve-year-old girls who saw her friends and acquaintances devastated by economic events. Written especially for eight- to twelve-year-old girls, this very personal story shows the beauty of friendship while at the same time teaching important lessons of Christian faith and American history. Anna's Fight for Hope is ideal for anytime reading and an excellent resource for homeschooling. Find out what living through the Great Depression was like-when friendship was the most important thing a person could possess.

Arizona

Arizona
$10.79

Announcing Book #1 in the first series about a homeschooling family. The Wrights travel the USA in an RV. Each month brings them to a new state with a new educational theme to explore and play with. They prove that learning can happen all the time, anywhere, and that being with family is fun! Meet Aidan, age 7: Boisterous and joking all the time, this sporty boy knows how to have fun! Meet Nadia, age 11: Curious and fiery, this intellectual girl can always find out answers to even the most difficult questions. Meet their parents: Harrison, a writer and linguist expert, and Stephanie, a telecommuting computer expert; ready to adventure with their children. Meet Prince Pumpkin III, turtle extraordinaire: This 50 year old little guy is holding on tight, as the family RV and a mysterious device take him on an adventure no turtle has ever gone on before. Explore an Arizona desert cave with the Wrights as they begin their trip. What will Aidan and Nadia discover? This series is Wright on Time.

Azalea, Unschooled

Azalea, Unschooled
$17.29

When Azalea?s family moves to Portland, Maine, so that her father can try driving a tour bus for a living, Azalea?s mom decides she wants Azalea (11) and her older sister Zenith (13) to try unschooling. The sisters try to find the right balance between homeschooling, unschooling, and adjusting to a new home. And when someone sabotages the tour bus, Azalea decides to use her new unschooling methods learned to find the culprit and hold her family together. The author deftly explores, with humor and insight, the new and growing unschooling movement as well as the challenge of moving to a new home, making new friends, and finding room for differences within a family.

Ben Carson

Ben Carson
$0.01

Read how Ben Carson, an African-American, was able to accomplish his dream through faith and determination. Excellent for Homeschool Use

Big Bad Bible Giants

Big Bad Bible Giants
$2.99

Teach boys how to conquer the giants in their own lives with this factual book all about giants in the Bible and more in the 252 series for boys. 'Excellent for Homeschool Use'

Bran Hambric

Bran Hambric
$0.05

The Farfield Curse brims with mystery, magic, and fun. Kaleb Nation's wry sense of humor kept me smiling, even while the mystical sparks flew. Get ready for lots of surprises and watch out for gnomes! D.J. MacHale, Author of the Pendragon Series In a bustling metropolis where magic is outlawed, a six-year-old child is found inside a locked bank vault. A scrap of paper reveals his name: Bran Hambric. The child remembers nothing of his life before the vault. Only magic could have done this. But why would any mage risk breaking the law to place a child in a bank vault? Eight years later the City of Dunce has forgotten about Bran. Even his foster parents don't seem to know he exists. But there are those who have been watching, biding their time, waiting to strike, people who know where Bran came from and why he was sent away. And they will do anything to get Bran back, dead or alive? Welcome to a world unlike any other where the adventure of a lifetime is just beginning. Getting to know Kaleb Nation: Sourcebooks: How did the idea for the story of Bran Hambric first come to you? Kaleb Nation: I was fourteen and lying in bed, staring at the ceiling and thinking of an entirely different story I was working on (I was homeschooled and my mom gave me lots of creative writing assignments). Suddenly, out of nowhere, I imagined a boy and a banker waiting on a rooftop for a burglar. For some reason, the image struck me, so that I almost immediately knew the background: this boy had been left behind years before, the burglar was coming for him, and the city outlawed magic. I also knew that it was a fantasy world but in a modern setting. I immediately got up and wrote down a few pages of notes so I wouldn't forget, and also wrote in my journal in the dark that I'd finally had the idea. The date was 3/3/03. The time was 9:55 p.m. stron

Brendan Buckley's Sixth-Grade Experiment

Brendan Buckley's Sixth-Grade Experiment
$3.74

Brendan Buckley's headed to middle school, and he has some big questions! Can he keep his new pet anole, Einstein, alive? Will his tough-as-rock Grandpa Ed and sharp-witted grandma, Gladys, butt heads or become friends? Most importantly, what will he propose for the national science competition his class is entering?Then Brendan's alternative energy idea gets him paired with Morgan Belcher, a talkative, formerly homeschooled girl, whose eyes sparkle whenever Brendan is around. Though skeptical, Brendan decides to give Morgan a chance, and they embark on their project?a methane-producing experiment involving beakers, balloons, and the freshest cow manure they can find. As Brendan spends more time on the experiment and faces new challenges, his big questions get even bigger: Will he and Khalfani always be best friends? Does Dad really think he's a science-nerd wimp?

Celebrate the Season CQR

Celebrate the Season CQR
$7.95

Advent is the season to prepare for the coming of Christ. But exactly what coming of Christ are we preparing for if he was born two thousand years ago in Bethlehem? Why, we're preparing for him to come to each of us! These short stories about Advent and Christmas remind middle-grade readers ages 711 that Jesus comes to them every day, in many ways, when they open their hearts to him. Discussion questions follow each story, making this book perfect for classroom and homeschool use.

Chicken Friend

Chicken Friend
$0.05

When her eccentric parents suddenly move their family to a new home, an insecure girl discovers the downside of changing herself to fit in.I suppose they're all saying I messed up. Yes, well, I'd like to see you cope any better if you had a family like mine. straight out of Crazyville. Getting plucked out of school, uprooted from your city home, separated from a loyal friend, and plunked into the boonies to be homeschooled is hard enough. Add to that a seriously weird family? Dad, the convention-flouting writer; Mom, the scatter-brained inventor; and gross younger twin brothers? and eleven-year-old Becca is sure she will never find another friend, especially if she reveals that she has diabetes. Just when it seems her pet chickens are destined to be her only confidants, Becca meets up with a cool, super-trendy pair of girls who not only want to be friends but also invite their whole gang to Becca's twelfth birthday party, which her parents are letting her have in the empty barn (no grownups allowed). Life is finally looking up? so why does Becca have the nagging feeling that things are about to spin out of control?

Colin Powell

Colin Powell
$0.21

Read the compelling story of a true pioneer and African-American hero in Today's Heroes: Colin Powell. Excellent for Homeschool Use

Converting Kate

Converting Kate
$10.99

Kate was raised in the Holy Divine Churchit influenced everything from her homeschooling to her handmade clothes. But ever since her unbelieving father's death last year, she has suspected that there's more to life than memorizing scripture. Taking advantage of their move to a new town, Kateto her devout mother's horrorquits Holy Divine. She joins the cross-country team, wears shorts to public school, and even tries a traditional Christian church. As she struggles to come to terms with her father's death and her mother's unquestioning beliefs, Kate discovers there's a big difference between religion and faithand that the two don't always go hand in hand.

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