22 Classic Short Stories on YouTube

Classic Short Stories on YouTube

My daughter is currently writing her short story for Challenge B and reading classics short stories to inspire her. She’s always been my kid that has struggled with reading . The masters wrote these stories, so their short length doesn’t exactly make them easy reads. I’ve rounded up those short stories read on YouTube to…

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10 Reasons You Should Read It Again

“I will never read a book twice. There are just too many good books out there to read one a second time.” I’ve heard this sentiment often. I get it. If there are so many books on my shelf that I want to read, why would I ever think about reading one again? While it…

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Book Review: Find More Money by Art Rainer

Find more money

I was given a review copy by B&H Publishing in exchange for a fair review. Homeschoolers, single-income families, and many Americans struggle with balancing their budget. It’s not always because they are not being wise with their money. Art Rainer argues in his book Find More Money that often times there is an income issue…

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How Challenge 2 Reading Inspired Me to Read More

With eighteen books on the list, the Challenge 2 reading can be a little intimidating to tackle. I watched my brother and cousins make it through, so I knew it was doable, but I wasn’t sure if I wanted to do the hard work. I’m so thankful that I did because it has opened up…

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Dallas Holocaust Museum: An Upstander for Human Rights

As I read through Corrie ten Boom’s The Hiding Place again with my thirteen year old daughter, the incredible suffering many experienced during the holocaust of World War II humbled me once more. Sometimes it can be challenging in our comfortable worlds to remember how blessed we are. Visiting the Dallas Holocaust Museum is a…

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