“Rich, Well-Written Little Tale”

Fellow homeschooled author of Family Reunion (Six Cousins, Book 1), Kelsey Bryant, won a copy of my new book, Cheeper, in the last giveaway that I did. She graciously gave it the following review on Amazon: This sweet book is a rich, well-written little tale! Reading about a bird's life is very restful, yet there's enough …

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Book Review: The Ankulen

Title: The Ankulen Author: Kendra E. Ardnek Synopsis: Fifteen-year-old Jen can't remember her imagination. She knows she had one once, though, and honestly, she'd like it back. It's been eight years. One day she finds a young boy who claims to be one of her imaginary friends and that her imaginary world is being eaten …

Book Review: The New Amplified Pilgrim’s Progress

Title: The New Amplified Pilgrim's Progress Author: Jim Pappas (while still remaining true to John Bunyan's original) Synopsis: John Bunyan's amazing Pilgrim's Progress is well into its fourth century of unparalleled popularity as the world's best-selling non-Biblical book in all history. Now in modern English comes The New Amplified Pilgrim's Progress. All of the age-old …

Article Review #2

Happy New Year! Here is my second (out of three) article review for my Learning Theories class. You can read the first review of Constructivism here. This time I chose to review an article about Behaviorism, particular Skinner's theories. I received 100% (as you can see, the teacher for this class was very generous with the grades) for this …

Religion in Public School – Article Review

This EDUC 200 assignment required us students to research an article of our choice from the Phi Delta Kappan about any of the following controversial topics: Teacher tenure, the rights of teachers to private lives, prayer in school, performance pay for teachers, teacher liability, or religious freedom in education. I chose the latter. After reading the article, …