Category Archives: BOOK REVIEWS

Parenting Is Your Highest Calling {Book Review}

‘Parenting Is Your Highest Calling’ And 8 Other Myths That Trap Us Into Worry And Guilt For some reason,View full post »

A Thomas Jefferson Education {Book Review}

I was recently urged by an adoptive mama friend and fellow homeschooler to read Oliver DeMille’s A ThomasView full post »

Homeschool Library Organization

Over the last several years, our book collection has taken on a life of its own and become more than just aView full post »

No Matter What {Book Review}

I loved this book.  It’s big but I plowed through it in a few days at the beach.  It’s non-fiction, butView full post »

Happy (belated) Dragon Boat Festival

I’m a few days late on this post, but Happy Dragon Boat Festival or Duān Wǔ Jié Kuài Lè!  Dragon Boat Festival isView full post »

After They Are Yours {Book Review}

I was excited to see this book, After They Are Yours, written by Brian Borgman, had recently been published.  ItView full post »

No-Drama Discipline {Book Review}

I started reading No-Drama Discipline months back but didn’t completely finish it up until last week.  In myView full post »

Sacred Parenting {Book Review}

I had the privilege of finishing up Sacred Parenting by Gary Thomas this week.  I don’t know why it took tenView full post »

In Pursuit of Orphan Excellence {Book Review}

I recently read In Pursuit of Orphan Excellence by Philip Darke and Keith McFarland.  It had been sitting on myView full post »

It’s All Chinese to Me {Book Review}

It’s All Chinese to Me was published in 2009 as a general introduction to Chinese culture and etiquette. View full post »

The Whole-Brain Child {Book Review}

The Whole-Brain Child The Whole Brain Child by Daniel Siegel is a fantastic parenting read that is notView full post »

Our CC Cycle 1 Reading List

This will be our fourth year homeschooling and second time studying Cycle 1 with our Classical Conversations community,View full post »

The classical homeschooling model

When we started this homeschooling journey three years ago, I only had a small glimmer of what I was getting into.  WeView full post »

Attaching Through Love, Hugs & Play {Book Review}

I read Attaching Through Love, Hugs, and Play by Deborah Gray last summer while preparing for Dumpling’sView full post »

Building your adoption library

This weekend, I had the privilege of leading a breakout session at Together Called, one of my most favorite weekends ofView full post »