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Ultimate Children’s Booklist (Part 3: Upper Elementary to Highschool)

“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” ― C.S. Lewis Some links here are affiliate links. Biblio enables you to fuel your book-buying addiction, save money and the environment, and support independent bookstores across the globe. You’re welcome. 🙂 Good books don’t cease when …

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Clean and Kid-Safe Care Products and Remedies

Contains affiliate links. Also contains a coupon code. If you’re a scroller, the code is at the end. 🙂 It came!! Excuse me, I’m currently geeking out over our box of goodness from Earthley. So, apparently, is my toddler – that’s his hand you see, grabbing the Elderberry Tincture. What is Earthley? You ask. Earthley …

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Ultimate Children’s Booklist (Part 2: The Authors)

With thanks to those who first introduced these friends to me, especially: my mom, aunt, sisters, and my brother, who shared his precious hoard of Louis L’Amour. Some links here are affiliate links. Biblio enables you to fuel your book-buying addiction, save money and the environment, and support independent bookstores across the globe. You’re welcome. …

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Ultimate Children’s Booklist (Part 1)

With thanks to Nana, whose literary legacy, passed on by Mom and my older sisters, enriched my childhood so profoundly. Some links here are affiliate links. Biblio enables you to fuel your book-buying addiction, save money and the environment, and support independent bookstores across the globe. You’re welcome. 🙂 Looking for books for your kids …

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If Only One Thing (Grace for Homeschooling the Early Years)

If you’re in the early years with multiple littles underfoot, the idea of homeschooling, by which many assume means following a curriculum, can be overwhelming. What should you do? What is best for your child? How will you survive? Take heart. Homeschool, like the life through which it winds, has seasons. And if you’re in …

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I'm Laura. I love spreadsheets, Jane Eyre, and watching my boys' personalities unfold (unless that involves mud pies launched at the garage again). I also desperately need a weekly repartee exchange or I suffer from witticism atrophy. If you've read this far, you're awesome. May your chocolate be plentiful and your kids' naps long and sweet.

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