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Mother CultureNew

Author: Karen Andreola

Publisher: N/A

Item #: A205

“If mothers could learn to do for themselves, what they do for their children . . . we would have happier households.”—Charlotte MasonMother Culture® is the skillful art of how a mother looks after the ways of her household. With a “thinking love” she creates a culture in the home all her own.A mother does a lot of taking care, so she needs to take care of herself too. As a mother is feeding and cultivating the souls of her children, she is nourishing her own soul with ideas, while taking a little time for her own play and creativity. Nourished and refreshed, she keeps growing closer to God and into the Christian woman God is designing her to be.In this book, Karen Andreola draws from her decades of parenting, homeschooling, and marriage to encourage you in your own growth as a mother, teacher, and wife. You will find the principles on its pages to be invigorating—especially if you have a low battery. The ideas she shares will strengthen you in your on-going efforts to create the happy home your heart desires. The 40 chapters feature Karen’s signature Victorian illustrations and include gentle discussions on~your role as queen in the home,~taking moments to refresh your heart along the way,~nourishing your mind,~being brave for five minutes longer,~the secret to success: plodding,~making brothers and sisters best friends,~how courtesy creates a good atmosphere at home,~allowing your child to grow as an individual,~safeguarding the love of learning in your children,~avoiding curriculum traps,~encouraging modesty,~learning to be content and confident in homeschooling,and much, much more!

Motorcycles: Fundamentals, Service, Repair SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Various

Motorcycles: Fundamentals, Service, and Repair covers the construction, operation, maintenance, service, and repair of motorcycle systems and components. This comprehensive textbook also includes information on ATVs, UTVs, and scooters, and content is applicable to all makes and models. The new Lab Workbook provides guided shop procedures for hands-on practice of skills, allowing students to demonstrate what they have learned.-Thoroughly updated to reflect the latest advances in the field.-Information within chapters has been reorganized for a more-logical presentation of material.-Heavily illustrated with quality color photos and line art designed to convey maximum learning.-Safety is emphasized throughout the text, including an updated safety chapter and boxed warning features placed within chapters.

Price: $13.95

My Delight: Loving My HusbandFeaturedNew

Author: Teri Maxwell

Publisher: N/A

Item #: A223

Whether married three years or fifty, whether you have a great marriage or a ho-ho-hum one, do you want to delight in your husband? Does your heart yearn to love him better? In My Delight: Loving My Husband, Teri unlocks the treasure for ladies to build their marriages God's way.Writing from personal experience as well as from a Titus2 woman’s point of view, Teri is honest and straightforward as she teaches women to be delight-filled so they can have Christ-centered marriages.Teri’s conversational style and candid personal illustrations make this an enjoyable, applicable, and often convicting read. Through the pages of My Delight, Teri describes what a delightful marriage looks like, what might interfere with it, and practical solutions for wives. You’ll find help to make your home a haven, how to nurture yourself to be the best wife possible, practical examples to show your husband you love him, what it means to build him up, and much more! All of this is set on a Scriptural foundation, with thought-provoking questions incorporated at the end of each chapter.No matter how long you’ve been married or what your marriage is like at this point, you’ll find help for delighting in your husband and loving him. This book is even great for single ladies who desire to be married as a perfect marriage-preparation book. Order your copy now!

Price: $30.95

My First Book of SewingFeaturedNew

Author: N/A

Publisher: Dover Publications

Item #: L173

"This book is beautifully designed, easy to use, and will give kids all the tools they will need to become proficient at sewing. This is simply the best sewing book for youngsters that is in the market. Don't miss this." — Seattle Book ReviewThis easy-to-follow reference is specially written for beginners of all ages and makes learning the basics of sewing a breeze! From choosing patterns, cutting fabric, and assembling the pieces to operating a sewing machine, hemming, and attaching buttons — this book is the perfect companion. In these pages you'll find more than 20 fun projects to get you started — including appliques, pennants, cushion covers, tote bags and other designs that offer an increasing challenge as you progress — all with step-by-step instructions. They are accompanied by clear diagrams that explain the techniques behind each item. Either follow the projects in order, gradually building up your expertise, or pick and choose among them.Dover Original.

My Story SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Various

Lays a Foundation for God's Love as Students Learn about His World.-Starts with an understanding of the family from the Book of Genesis, Eden, Noah's family, the Tower of Babel, and beyond-Helps children create a map of their homes and neighborhood so they can better understand a world map-Covers topics and interesting insights like toys and inventions through history, words from around the world, and homes in every shape and size, all while helping children journal their own story

My Story SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Various

Lays a Foundation for God's Love as Students Learn about His World.-Starts with an understanding of the family from the Book of Genesis, Eden, Noah's family, the Tower of Babel, and beyond-Helps children create a map of their homes and neighborhood so they can better understand a world map-Covers topics and interesting insights like toys and inventions through history, words from around the world, and homes in every shape and size, all while helping children journal their own story

My Story SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Various

Lays a Foundation for God's Love as Students Learn about His World.-Starts with an understanding of the family from the Book of Genesis, Eden, Noah's family, the Tower of Babel, and beyond-Helps children create a map of their homes and neighborhood so they can better understand a world map-Covers topics and interesting insights like toys and inventions through history, words from around the world, and homes in every shape and size, all while helping children journal their own story

My Story SeriesFeaturedNew

Author: Various

Publisher: Various

Lays a Foundation for God's Love as Students Learn about His World.-Starts with an understanding of the family from the Book of Genesis, Eden, Noah's family, the Tower of Babel, and beyond-Helps children create a map of their homes and neighborhood so they can better understand a world map-Covers topics and interesting insights like toys and inventions through history, words from around the world, and homes in every shape and size, all while helping children journal their own story

Price: $13.95

Never-Bored Kids Book Gr 3-4New

Author: N/A

Publisher: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers

Item #: EMC6302

While being engaged in fun activities, your children will be practicing important age-appropriate skills such as visual discrimination, sequencing, small muscle coordination, following directions, reading comprehension, and critical and creative thinking.The activities in The Never-Bored Kid Book, Ages 8 and 9 are organized around 20 age-appropriate themes:marsupials hearts frogs primates whales knights dogs Japan princess designs Little Red Riding Hood helicopters foxes rabbits robots barn fun chickens lions little books ducks sports

Price: $9.50

Nick Newton Is Not a GeniusNew

Author: N/A

Publisher: Bob Jones University Press

Item #: N8026

Nick Newton is not a Genius. He’s just a merely average boy from the country of Thauma. He may not be brilliant like his mom and dad or a child prodigy like his sister, but he won’t let that stop him from uncovering the mysteries of a clockwork factory or revealing a war hero’s greatest secret. With help from two new friends and his butler named Jude, Nick embarks on an adventure that will change his life forever.

Price: $9.50

Nick Newton: The Highest BidderNew

Author: N/A

Publisher: Bob Jones University Press

Item #: N8027

Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder is the thrilling sequel to Nick Newton Is Not a Genius. Nick, a merely average boy from the country of Thauma, has learned that you don’t need to be a genius or wealthy to have amazing adventures. All you need is to keep going. So when Solomon decides to try putting Elizabeth the android back together, Nick promises to help in any way that he can. He learns many important lessons, and he dodges mechanical baby strollers, fencing sisters, and auction bids. If all goes well, he might even make a few new friends too.

Price: $4.50

Old Granny FoxNew

Author: N/A

Publisher: Dover Publications

Item #: D326

Winter's here, and there's a carpet of deep snow covering the Green Forest and the nearby meadow — which means Reddy Fox and Granny Fox are having trouble finding food. Reddy, of course, is full of reckless ideas, such as getting into Farmer Brown's chicken house in daylight.Using the wisdom she's acquired over the years, Granny overrules many of Reddy's foolhardy suggestions, taking the conceit out of a youngster who thinks he knows more than anyone else. Granny also teaches Reddy quite a bit about patience, common sense, and resourcefulness.A timeless fable by master storyteller Thornton W. Burgess, Old Granny Fox will delight youngsters with an entertaining story while teaching important lessons — in a painless and enjoyable way — about wildlife, the environment, and personal conduct.Reprint of the Little, Brown, and Company, Boston, 1920 edition.