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Bessie’s Pillow – A Young Immigrant’s Journey to America

Written by Linda Bress Silbert, Ph.D. Two Editions, in English and in Spanish Published by: Strong Learning Publications http://www.stronglearning.com/ 288 pages, $19.95 ISBN: 978-0895442017 ================== Review by Michael Leppert Bessie’s Pillow is the remarkable and touching story of a young Eastern European Jewish immigrant woman, who comes to the United States in the early 1900s […]

Lyrical Learning – Sing Your Way Through Science!

www.lyricallearning.com 8008 Cardwell Hill Corvallis, OR 97330 800-761-0906 E-mail: lyricallearning@proaxis.com By Emerson Sandow One of the tried and true methods of committing facts or basic concepts to memory is to sing them to a familiar melody. The alphabet song is the obvious example, but the imagination is the only limiter. A few years ago, Doug […]

What Really Happens on College Campuses?

www.Achievement Works.com Early preparation equals success By Carolyn Croom Baker, Jessica’s graduation party was like many May – June events. She was heading off to her dream college with a merit scholarship. There were congratulatory cards and commendations for a job well done. Her college educated parents thought they had done all the right things. […]

Wizzy Gizmo – Old and New Testament Bible Series for Families

www.wizzygizmo.com By Andrea Harden Celebrating Christianity and learning about the Bible is a huge part of daily life for many American families. This is most especially true for homeschooling families using Christian curriculum. However, beyond an academic setting, or outside of church, it can be a struggle to get children engaged and excited about exploring […]