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Wow! Family Christian Summer Reading Program!!

Calling all parents with kids 12 years and younger! How would your kids like to have a fun and engaging reading program to prevent your child from slipping out of practice this summer? Read on! I’m so excited to let you know about Family Chri...
by Women With Intention on Jun 4, 2015

Reading List on the Net {06.02.15}

Wow so this post was started a couple months ago apparently. Was going to start a new post when I saw this one in drafts. Defining Charlotte Mason- exactly what the title says. By the AO Advisory at their blog. A Respecter of Persons by Evelyn Hoey...
by North Laurel Home & School on Jun 2, 2015

Book Blast & Giveaway: Woven Wishes by Karen Pokras | Whispered Wishes Book #4

This post may contain affiliate links. About Woven WishesThrough thick and thin, heels and flats, our secrets stay within. We’re not just friends, we’re sisters, too. Bound by blood until the end. On the surface life seems pretty good for the t...
by So Simply Stephanie on May 6, 2015

Day 24: Reading List on the Net {National Poetry Month & 30 Day Blog Challenge}

For today's poem I'd like to share another of Lee's poems. She wrote this just the other day and I quite like it: The View (by Autumn Lee) Great wide world-- I see you! You spread away, away-- I can cover you with one hand. At some point th...
by North Laurel Home & School on Apr 24, 2015

USMC Reading List–Be Prepared

The Marine Corps puts out a reading list called the MARINE CORPS PROFESSIONAL READING LIST for all Marines. It carries a majority of the titles at the Library of the Marine Corps either in print or via the Ebrary Online Books subscription (availab...
by USNA or Bust on Apr 9, 2015

Day 7: Reading List on the Net {National Poetry Month & 30 Day Blog Challenge}

I've been saving up apparently. I put the links here and come back to tell about them. Sometimes that's when I actually read whatever it is all the way through. Admittedly, I also didn't have a post in mind for the 30 day challenge, or a poem for tha...
by North Laurel Home & School on Apr 7, 2015

Reading List on the Net {03.30.15}

An Invitation to Purposeful Change, post by Cindy Swicegood at CMI's blog. Change one thing. Start now. For nothing is impossible with God. (Luke 1:37)\ And something different: Two videos. These are required watching for one of my college classes.
by North Laurel Home & School on Mar 30, 2015

Reading List on the Net {and not}

A Post on "Award Winning" Books. Just because it is awarded a medal doesn't make it a good book. But we knew that right? This was brought to my attention by Shannon after I'd asked on the AO forum about Caldecott and Newberry Award books. Some of th...
by North Laurel Home & School on Mar 25, 2015

What My Family’s Reading This Week

I am one of those people who love to see what other people are reading.  It always inspires me with new ideas for myself as well as my family. One of my top parenting goals is to raise my kids to love reading.  I have always been a reader.  My mom...
by Women With Intention on Mar 25, 2015

What My Family’s Reading This Week

I am one of those people who love to see what other people are reading.  It always inspires me with new ideas for myself as well as my family. One of my top parenting goals is to raise my kids to love reading.  I have always been a reader.  My mom...
by Women With Intention on Mar 25, 2015

Reading List on the Net {up to 03.18.15}

Juts a little fun video {with an important message} first: Toby Mac's "Me Without You" I have just a few minutes this morning before the kids are awake and we have to start our day. This week is Lee's Spring Break from the college but last week was...
by North Laurel Home & School on Mar 18, 2015

Reading List on the Net {03.05.15}

I really haven't been reading much on the net these past two weeks. Last week, and probably before, I shared a few of the blog posts I read on feedly via Twitter. Sometimes it's good that I'm not reading a lot on the internet. These are links I've m...
by North Laurel Home & School on Mar 5, 2015

Reading List of Doom 2: The Changing Face of Doom

It has been just over eighteen months since I first opined about the “Reading List of Doom.” In that time I have had the pleasure of finishing quite a few wonderful books and I’ve changed the way I read quite … Continue reading →...
by Therefore I Geek on Mar 5, 2015

Reading List on the Net {02.23.15}

I feel like I posted something yesterday but I wasn't even online yesterday. The days, they just blend together. Today's list is all from CM friends' posts. But they are not all about 'education'. Cleveland's Jay Ryan guest posts at Brandy's Afterth...
by North Laurel Home & School on Feb 23, 2015

Reading List on the Net {02.21.15}

Post-digital revisited. Eh, what? Oh... Interesting. I won't lie and say that I understand all that he is saying in this post but I do think that the normalization of digital has removed the desire to peel back the layers of the new techs to see what...
by North Laurel Home & School on Feb 21, 2015

Reading List on the Net {02.19.15}

There's no special Bible for lazy people. The title of this post caught my eye really quick. Jack Pelham's posts come to my email and sometimes I read...most of the time I just delete. Just being honest. He wrote a post a post ago (or so) talking abo...
by North Laurel Home & School on Feb 19, 2015

Reading List on the Net {02.18.15}

It seems right when I hit "Publish" on a Reading List on the Net post, there are two more things I want to add! It (usually) takes a couple of days to get a post published but I'm always reading something. I'm trying to decide if bullets in these pos...
by North Laurel Home & School on Feb 18, 2015

Reading List on the Net {02.17.15}

I have a goals list that I started back in 2013. On that list is "make cheese". I had forgotten that one until an email from Cultures for Health said "Let us help you make cheese!" I'm thinking about making Lemon Cheese (because it is easy, honestly)...
by North Laurel Home & School on Feb 17, 2015

Short — The reading list for busy people

“ Short is a reading app that filters only Short articles for you. So when you have time, don't waste it and read on Short to keep up with your ever growing reading list. Short imports articles from Read-It-Later Apps like Pocket, Instapaper and mo...
by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Feb 16, 2015

Reading List on the Net {02.14.15}

Motherhood as a mission field. This is an older post that is now in the free book, Mom Enough, through DesiringGod. Great post. It is the little things that matter. This reminds me, again, that I want to reread Sally Clarkson's book, Ministry of Mot...
by North Laurel Home & School on Feb 14, 2015


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