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Jennie Nelson
Works at Nelson Family Homeschool
Lives in Eagle, ID, United States
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Book Review: Shadow of the Mountain: Exodus
Shadow of the Mountain: Exodus by Cliff Graham is a warrior book by a warrior.   Exodus is a fictional account of what Caleb of the Bible's life might have been like before he appeared on the scene with Joshua in Numbers 13. Mr. Graham succeeds in bringing ...
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Book Review: The Story for Kids
The Story for Kids: Discover the Bible from Beginning to End   is the Bible written in story form.  It is written to be similar to the version for adults. ( The Story, NIV: The Bible as One Continuing Story of God and His People ). Description from the publ...
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Book Review: The World Needs More Love Letters
The World Needs More Love Letters All-in-One Stationery and Envelopes might be the most fun book I've ever reviewed!  This cute little bundle of ready-to-mail stationery can be folded up into its own envelope and sent on its way.  I love this.   I immediate...
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Book Review: A Plague of Unicorns
A Plague of Unicorns is a simple chapter book by Jane Yolen.  It tells the story of a young man with too many questions that is sent to Cranford Abbey to learn and mature. Unfortunately, the Abbey is struggling against marauding unicorns that come to steal ...
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Mom Heart Resources #1: Shakespeare, Devotions, and More
Last night, several women came to my home for our biweekly Mom Heart meeting to discuss Own Your Life  by Sally Clarkson.  During the course of our conversation, there were many resources recommended by different women.  I realized that several of the resou...
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Review: From Tablet to Table
I fully expected to love this book.  I expected it to be about turning away from social media and screens (tablet) toward our families and traditions (table).  I was slightly off. From Tablet to Table: Where Community Is Found and Identity Is Formed is abou...
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Mom Heart Resources #4: Logic, Geography and Puberty
This week's Mom Heart Meeting had some great suggestions and referrals.  First up, games.  (All images are links to the product.) Games An ideal game for the car or waiting room A fun way to practice multiplication tables Geography Black Line Maps   For geo...
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Mom Heart Resources #3: Apps, Birds and Shakespeare (again!)
What a joy it is to have a group of like-minded women with whom to share ideas and inspiration!  This week at our Mom Heart Group meeting, there were lots of fun ideas and resources shared amongst us. Since we always focus on books, books and more books, to...
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Mom Heart Resources #2: Revolutionary Era, Music
At our last Mom Heart meeting, we discussed Own Your Life: Living with Deep Intention, Bold Faith, and Generous Love Chapers 9-11.  Chapter 10 encouraged us to find some ways to add inspiration to our own souls. Here are some things we discussed: Pandora Mu...
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Don’t these women look like they are enjoying their tea break from work in a munitions factory (1944) ?  We all need a break from the difficult work and loneliness that are a part of daily life.  When my life feels impossible, I want to be able to enjoy fri...
Don't these women look like they are enjoying their tea break from work in a munitions factory (1944)? We all need a break from the difficult work and loneliness that are a part of daily life. When my life feels impossible, I want to be able to enjoy friends and fellowship like these ladies!
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Book Review: Knitting Block by Block
Isn't winter the ideal time to settle in with some needles or a hook?  Here in Idaho, we haven't actually had much real winter, but east and south of us has gotten hammered recently.  Some of you will be home-bound for several days.  The perfect time to sta...
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Book Review: Like a Flower in Bloom
I expected Like a Flower in Bloom to be just like many similar titles in the "Christian Fiction" genre.  Honestly, I read books in this genre to give my brain a break, as an easy way to decompress and read something that I know will be uplifting and easy to...
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