Here are 6 of the sisters’ favorite books

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here are 6 of the sisters' favorite books

Here are 6 of the sisters’ favorite books

If you’ve been following our podcast, you already know that we are readers. We love to talk about our favorite books and we share them in our posts. This week, we are sharing them for real. We are giving away six of our favorite books!

Here are 6 of our absolute favorites…

Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder by Richard Louv

Mitten Strings for God: Reflections for Mothers in a Hurry by Katrina Kenison

Give Your Child the World: Raising Globally Minded Kids One Book at a Time by Jamie C. Martin

history mysteries

History Mysteries: Curses, mummies, ghost ships, spies, disappearances and other awesome cases to study as a family by Kara S. Anderson (ebook)

Homeschooling: What to Do When You Want to Quit by iHomeschool Network, with chapters by Kara S. Anderson and Caitlin Fitzpatrick Curley

Simplicity Parenting:  Using the Extraordinary Power of Less to Raise Calmer, Happier, and More Secure Kids by Kim John Payne

… and here’s how to enter:

This giveaway is for US residents only (sorry!). The winner will be announced on Monday, August 22, 2016. You can enter below. Good luck!

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62 thoughts on “Here are 6 of the sisters’ favorite books

  1. Donna says:

    I really hope I win! I love your book club! It’s a great way to find new books and a reminder of some I’ve forgotten about. Thank you.

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  2. Rebekah says:

    I saw the book Last Child in the Woods this summer and really wanted to get it, but I wasn’t able to. I was blessed to have been homeschooled as a child/teen, and additionally to have been raised in the country. I love nature, and I’m so thankful my parents let me roam the woods and fields around our home! I want to give that same gift to my own children.

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  3. Mandy Ferguson says:

    What fantastic books! There is a lot of wisdom and encouragement between those pages. Your blog is so encouraging. I have a slowly unfolding reader, and understand the frustration with other people’s goals set for children regardless of their individual skill. I’d rather be full of chocolate than righteous indignation any day.

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  4. Sarah M says:

    awesome giveaway!! 🙂 I think we’d all be kindred spirits, I already have 3 of those 6, but know some lovely families that would enjoy them, too. Can’t wait to use Kara’s History ebook for some of our socials this year!
    Sarah M

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  5. Deneen Murphy says:

    Thank you so much for the giveaway! Found you through your podcasts and love them!! And now your blogs and I’m a little worried I might have reached stalker status now that I’m all over your pinterest boards. But then you told me to… so maybe I’m not really at stalking status? Maybe. Either way – enjoying all the inspiration and mostly the calmness and permission to just be us and not a slave to the curriculum. I am just starting my third year and have been fighting the guilt of not sticking with our curriculum choices since we paid good money for it and they’re the experts and all that. Plus I’m kind of a rule follower. It never occurred to me that I could skip parts of the curriculum and my kids will not end up living in my basement eating cheetos when they’re in their 30’s, right? Or am I the only one with that fear? Made sure we bought a house withOUT a basement actually. Yeah ok. I know I’m rambling and you just wanted a comment not a freaking soliloquy, so ending here with another huge THANK YOU!!!!!!

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  6. Tracy says:

    I am constantly checking these books out from the library! I love finding new sites thru this! Going to have to check out the podcasts!

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