I bought a cute (so I thought) touch and feel animal book for my granddaughter. Then I had a closer look. :(
Check out my article, Horses and Homeschoolers, in the Winter 2020 issue of The Old Schoolhouse magazine!
I wanted the final book to be the best of the series. A natural followup to book 9, the theme is the 2nd greatest commandment - to love our neighbor as ourselves.
The day my foster daughter arrived, I was launched into a world out of my comfort zone. She'd seen and experienced things no child her age should have to endure.
My pony, Toby, that I bought from an Amish auction, a year ago encountered a bobcat this morning. He was very frightened, and ran around the field in a panic.
Oops! My secret is out now! I'll confess - I've had some help writing the Sonrise Stable series - a ghost writer.
Amanda Tero, a talented, homeschooled author and musician, reviewed the Sonrise Stable series on her blog, With a Joyful Noise.
One of my favorite traditions when my daughters were still at home was reading Christmas books or stories aloud. As they grew older, that became harder to do—
I returned from a Christian writing conference, feeling discouraged. I'd anticipated learning new ways to communicate God’s truths more creatively and effectively.