Tag: Reading

Sep 05

Gary Bower’s God Our Maker Kids Book Series + Giveaway

God Our Maker Series Review

I just got the 2 most darling books to review from author Gary Bower. God Paints the World and God Loves the World are from his God Our Maker series. These are hard board books and are 20 pages long. Perfect for ages 2-5. The best news is….Both of these books are available today! Author …

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Jul 10

Sign Up!! 2017-2018 Homeshool BOOK IT Enrollment Now Open

Book It Homeschool

  2017-2018 BOOK IT Homeschool Enrollment is now open! You must be a homeschooling parent with children in grades Kindergarten through 6th grade (ages 5-12 years) as of September 1, 2017. Sign up for the 2017-2018 school year here.   Rules: ** Your child can not attend another educational facility ** BOOK IT! certificates are only …

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Apr 03

Help Your Child Build Reading & Writing Comprehension with Reading Kingdom Online


  My daughter is in Kindergarten this year and has been focusing on reading and writing. I home school and get so excited when their is new programs or materials that help me teach. Reading Kingdom is the perfect program to help teach or strengthen reading and writing skills. I received a free year subscription …

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Feb 23

Free 1 Year Subscription to Men’s Fitness

Sign up for  free 1 year digital subscription to Men’s Fitness Magazine. Great for reading on the go! Share to show you care…

Oct 03

Time for Bed, Sleepyhead The Falling Asleep Book By Daniel G. Amen, M.D. Children’s Book Review


    Bedtime is not always easy and I have always found that reading to my kids actually helped them relax and sleep easier. I have been reading to them ever since they were born, this is 1 of my favorite times of the day with them. Time for Bed, Sleepyhead The Falling Asleep Book written …

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Aug 29

Night Night, Farm by Amy Parker Children’s Book Review + Giveaway

Night Night, Farm Book Review

      One of my favorite things about bedtime is reading with my kids. It’s a great time for us to relax, bond and learn all at the same time. I was sent Night Night, Farm by Amy Parker and couldn’t wait to sit down and read with my kids. This 20 page board …

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Jul 05

Exclusive Access to Callisto Publisher’s Club- Free eBooks & Paperback Book Review Club

Kid Chef Cookbook

Exclusive Access to Callisto Publisher’s Club Hello readers! I am really excited to share with you a secret I’ve been holding onto: I am a member of an invitation-only book club. I’ve been getting free books for months from a New York Times best selling publisher and I pay nothing at all. In exchange for …

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Apr 26

Mark Dubowitz Courting Justice Book Review

Mark Dubowitz Courting Justice Book Review

  I found this book to be pretty informative on the topic of US sanctions agains Iran. There are plenty of citations which is nice because it gives you a good starting point for doing your own research on the subject. I would suggest this book to someone who needs a solid starting point in …

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Dec 02

A Gift That Gives All Year! Order A Fun, Interactive Magazine Featuring Their Favorite Character Today & Save Up To 56%

Redan Magazines

  My kids love getting surprises in the mail. What kid doesn’t right?! We were just sent 10 magazines from Redan Publishing to preview. There are magazines are for kids ages 2-12. Each magazine comes in a character your child will love including: Peppa Pig, Scooby Doo, Thomas, Frozen, Disney Princesses, Marvel Super Heroes, Spider-Man …

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Nov 29

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Eye-Popping Oddities Book Review

Ripley's Believe It or Not! Eye-Popping Oddities

  Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Eye-Popping Oddities is the latest book from Ripley Publishing’s wildly popular series that chronicles the most shocking, crazy, incredible and always true stories from around the globe. It has won the National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) Gold award. There are over 240 pages filled with incredible photographs, unbelievable stories, and …

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