Monday, February 14, 2011

Mama's Winter Reading List 2

Happy February! Today is Valentine's Day, I hope you all have a wonderful day sharing with the one's you love!

Here are the new books on my nightstand this month!

Product info: Free Range Learning presents eye-opening data about the meaning and importance of natural learning. This data-from neurologists, child development specialists, anthropologists, educators, historians and business innovators-turns many current assumptions about school-based education upside down. The book's factual approach is balanced by quotes and stories from over 100 homeschoolers .  Written for interested parents and educators, Free Range Learning will also encourage and excite those who want their children to have the benefits, but who are timid to approach homeschooling. Free Range Learning demonstrates: * that children and teens can best be nurtured outside of restrictive educational systems * that we can restore what is heart-centered and meaningful back to a central place in education * how networking with others enriches the learning experience for our kids * how homeschooling has become a force of positive social change-making the community a better place for everyone

product info: Shore to desert, country to city,exciting nature activities await discovery from beneath th smallest rock to the vast sky above.

With a full year of "nature-nurturing" activities, Milord lauches kids on a lifelong love affair with the natural world.

Child's Book of Charachter Building: Growing up in God's World- At home, at School at Play Book 1
product description: Can a child understand what it means to forgive, to be wise, to be tenderhearted, or to be orderly? A Child's Book of Character Building uses an imaginative blend of simple explanation and interesting storytelling to teach Christian behavior to children ages 3-7.

Product Description

a mother’s day is packed with a multitude of tasks that require energy and time: preparing meals, washing clothes, straightening and cleaning the house, and caring for children. These jobs all are necessary and crucially important. But in the dailyness of providing for a child’s physical, emotional, and social needs, vital opportunities for spiritual nurture and training can be overlooked.

This doesn’t have to be the case. You can focus your energy on what matters most. Learn how you can:

• Make Life’s Mundane and Nitty-Gritty Moments Work for You and Not Against You.
• Discover Ways to Make Character-Building a Natural Part of Live.
  •  Teach Your Child in the Same Way Jesus Taught the Disciples.
  • Pass on Crucial Gifts that Will Serve Your Family for a Lifetime.

Product Description

Ordinary Mom, Extraordinary God is a devotional aimed at the deeper issues of the heart and one that will provide a soothing respite amid chaos. Think of it as Oswald Chambers meets Busy Housewife.

Writer, speaker, and stay–at–home mom Mary DeMuth creatively focuses on the gift of motherhood as she considers

resting quietly in the Lord, even on crazy–busy days
being thankful for the duties as well as the joys of being a mom
offering God a heart to prune so that it can continue to bear good fruit

What books are you reading this season?

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