Powered by Blogger.
This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, visit our disclosures page.

Library Score!

Yesterday I took the kids to the Library so they could find some books and start their Do-it-Yourself Homeschooling Journals.

And while I was there look what I found!

I am letting the boys pick out some of their books but I’m also guiding them some otherwise they’d pick books like Star Wars, Pokemon, and Pop Tropica which is a computer game that has books.

I found The Magic Tree House Study Guides and they look practically brand new!

I’m going to see if I can get Caleb to read Running Out of Time and Gay - Neck: A Story of a Pigeon.

Some of the books like What Hearts I’ll read first to see if it’s something I want the kids to read. I’ve seen that book at Half Price many times and have never liked the cover. At lease this cover looks nicer.

I love finding older book like this one.

The title is Wild Palomino by Stephen Holt & Decorations by W.C. Nims. Mine has a copyright of 1946.

I love the picture inside the cover. It’s beautiful!
Another treasure!

I don’t know why but I couldn’t leave this old book of Navy Songs.
Library Find
When I got home there were a few review packages waiting for me. One from the Critical Thinking CO.
Practical Critical Thinking
Practical Critical Thinking is for Caleb’s 9th grade year. This is a huge book! Caleb took a look at it and said, “It looks fun mom.” yay!

Practical Critical Thinking arrived in a funny package looking envelope. Caleb said, “What could be in that!”
Critical Thinking Co.
He made me laugh.
My homeschooling mom planner from Apologia arrived as well.
The Ultimate Homeschool Planner
The Ultimate Homeschool Planner comes in three colors, orange, purple, and blue. I was thankful mine came in one of my favorite colors. Although orange is growing on me (wink)!

And that was my exciting, fun, book day!

2 comments

  1. It is so exciting to get a package of books or homeschool resources in the mail! My husband thinks I'm crazy!

    ReplyDelete

I love hearing from you all!