Wednesday, September 27, 2017

WorthyKids/Ideals The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls Book 1 & 2 Review


My family had the privilege of reading the first TWO books in the series, The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls, from WorthyKids/Ideals for this review to use in conjunction with our own homeschool curriculum. This is a Homeschool Review Crew Review. All opinions expressed are my own or those of my family.

WorthyKids/Ideals is part of the Worthy Publishing Group. This is the kids' books division of the Christian and inspirational publishing. This line of colorful, interactive children's books includes such notable titles as: VeggieTales and Berenstain Bears. They reach the top 10 best-selling children’s books during the Easter and Christmas seasons each year.

M.J. Thomas is a scholar in Bible studies and an author to The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls book series. When his son Peter was 9 he tried to find books that taught about the events in the Bible in a enjoyable, exciting, and captivating way. He didn't find any, so he decided to write his own. The main characters of the stories are named after his son Peter, his niece Mary, and his dog Hank.

The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls by M.J. Thomas are a time-traveling adventure book series that helps kids explore the Bible and increase in faith. These stories combine biblical accuracy with mystery, wonder, imagination, adventure, danger, and excitement. Peter, Mary, and Hank have discovered ancient scrolls that help them travel back in time. These scrolls have clues to solve and the three must solve them before time runs out or they will become stuck in the past forever. You will also meet Great-Uncle Solomon, the eccentric archaeologist who discovered the scrolls, and the angel Michael, who aides the children on their quests. These are recommended to emerging readers ages 6-9, homeschooling families, and others that love adventure.

There are two books in the series currently:
  • The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls: The Beginning (Book #1)
  • The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls: Race to the Ark (Book #2)

In the first title of the series, The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls: The Beginning, we first meet Peter, Mary, and Hank as they come to stay with their Great-Uncle Solomon while their parents go on a long trip. They soon find some ancient scrolls that unlock the ability to time-travel through history, and more specifically the history of the bible. The first scroll they open takes them to the beginning of creation. They experience the creation of the earth, meet an angel of God, ride dolphins, rhinos & elephants; and duel a devious snake in the Garden of Eden. They also discover they must find clues and solve a puzzle on the scroll before the seventh day ends or they could get trapped in the past permanently. Will they succeed?

In The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls: Race to the Ark the call of the lion beckons them once more to open another scroll. They are thrust into a land where no one is nice except for a family that has built a large boat...yes, you probably guessed it...Noah's family and his Ark. This time the trio is brought to Noah's time where they meet two troublemakers and an evil man named the Dark Ruler. Peter, Mary, and Hank help get the animals on the ark and everything ready for the impending flood, but then things start to go wrong and the Dark Ruler gets a hold of the scroll. Will they solve the clues and get back to their own time before they get swallowed up by the great waters?


Teela Reading The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls The Beginning book.

How We Used This and Our Thoughts:
Teela, my nine year old daughter, and I read these books separately. The first has 107 pages and 12 chapters. The second book has 118 pages and 13 chapters. These were both a quick, fast paced read for the both of us. We both thought the books held our attention well. They also have some black and white drawings here and there in the books that were fun and at the end of each book there is a page that has where to read the actual story and synopsis in the authors own words of the chapters in the bible. These books had a lot of action and adventure throughout which made them fun to read.

I liked that the story basically follows with what happens in the bible fairly well. Even though there are fictitious elements in these books...like the kids traveling in time...they tell the story from the bible and make it come to life. Teela loved all the imaginative things that the author adds to make it seem like you are also there with main characters. The scrolls were a great idea also to make it even more of a challenge for the trio to get back to their time.

Teela and I enjoyed reading these books from The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls series. We love that these Christian kids books teach kids about the bible. These have a great lesson also to trust in God and he will always be there for you. We liked the action and adventure as well. These were fun books to read. We hope to be able to read more books from the series once they come out.

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Monday, September 25, 2017

Heirloom Audio Productions Captain Bayley's Heir Review


My family had the privilege of listening to the Captain Bayley's Heir from Heirloom Audio Productions for this review to use in conjunction with our own homeschool curriculum. This is a Homeschool Review Crew Review. All opinions expressed are my own or those of my family.

My family and I love audio books! We love to listen to them while: I am multitasking, we have a long drive ahead of us, or there is cruddy weather and we are stuck inside. My family usually enjoys them better if they are fun and adventuresome. I believe they are better than movies because audio books require more imagination which is great for growing minds.

Captain Bayley's Heir is Heirloom Audio's 8th dramatization which is adapted from a novel by George Alfred Henty. G.A. Henty authored many historical fiction novels in the late 1800's and early 1900's, including Captain Bayley's Heir in 1889. All seven Christian audio dramas are from Heirloom Audio's series known as The Extraordinary Adventures of G.A. Henty. This audio production and theatrical radio drama consists of 2 and a half hours of masterful storytelling on 2 CDs recommended for ages 6-adult. I cannot say enough good things about this. Really, the presentation is very extraordinary! It brings the history to life.

This audio theater follows 18 year old Frank as he is wrongly accused of a crime in England and goes to America to try to clear his name. While on his way to discover gold in California, he experiences a deadly storm on the Mississippi, makes friends with story-telling cowboys, and encounters Indians and gun toting outlaws. This exciting and adventurous tale of the Old West is all about the power of God's grace.

inside the case to Captain Bayley's Heir audio theater

I had some definite favorite parts of the Christian radio theatre. We liked the part of where Frank met up with Rube, Dickens and Abe and what they said about the coffee. My family laughed at this part. We thought that the "Burps" from Dickens were profound. We loved finding out about Harry and who he really was as well.

The 2 CD audio theater set itself has some nice bonuses if you get the physical version with the download. It has a list of the cast on the back of the case, a pamphlet insert that has a bit about Heirloom Audio's other audio dramas, and in the center under where the pamphlet goes is the line from John Newton's timeless hymn, Amazing Grace, “Amazing Grace How Sweet the Sound...”. This inspirational hymn also comes as a digital download (only with purchase of the Live the Adventure Club) so you can print it out as a poster to put on your wall.

Captain Bayley's Heir Single Package includes:
  • Captain Bayley's Heir (CD Set - Physical Copy + Instant Access MP3 Download)

Adventure Progress
  • Chapter 1 – A Grand, American Adventure
  • Chapter 2 – Our Story Begins in London
  • Chapter 3 – Captain Harold Bayley
  • Chapter 4 – The Westminster Boys
  • Chapter 5 – A Real Fight
  • Chapter 6 – Harry's History
  • Chapter 7 – Dismissal
  • Chapter 8 – America!
  • Chapter 9 – Abe, Rube, and Dickens
  • Chapter 10 – Danger on the Trail
  • Chapter 11 – Indian Attack
  • Chapter 12 – Disquieting News
  • Chapter 13 – The Plot Thickens
  • Chapter 14 – Prospecting
  • Chapter 15 – "Pay Dirt, Gentlemen!"
  • Chapter 16 – Amazing Grace
  • Chapter 17 – The Shootout
  • Chapter 18 – Frank, The Hero
  • Chapter 19 – Investigation and Exoneration
  • Chapter 20 – More Stories to Be Told, More Adventures to be Had

I want to also mention that Heirloom Audio was being generous to the Homeschool Review Crew that received this for review. We received additional bonuses other than that were supposed to be in the Single Package. The additional items are only available if you purchase the Live the Adventure Club. Right now you can get a FREE 3 Months Membership + Captain Bayley's Heir - 2-CD Set for only $1!! Go to the website for more details.

The Homeschool Review Crew that received this for review received all of the above and these additional bonuses:
  • Captain Bayley's Heir (Listen Online, Digital Download)
  • Captain Bayley's Heir Study Guide (Read Online, Digital Download)
  • Captain Bayley's Heir Soundtrack (Listen Online, MP3 Download)
  • Printable copy of the Inspirational Hymn Poster (Digital Download)
  • Captain Bayley's Heir eBook (Digital Download)
  • Captain Bayley's Heir Cast Poster (Digital Download)
  • Captain Bayley's Heir Desktop Wallpaper (Digital Download)

The all-star cast in this audio book is expansive and amazing. Some of the cast consists of Brian Blessed as G.A. Henty (Star Wars, Tarzan, Robin Hood, King Lear), John Rhys-Davies as Captain Bayley (The Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones), Jade Williams as Alice (The Royal Shakespeare Company), Ian Porter as Rube, Dickens, and John Little (Saving Private Ryan), Flinty Williams as Ella (The Importance of Being Earnest), and David Shaw-Parker as Hiram Bosarge (The Muppet Christmas Carol). It is always great to hear the boisterous voice of Brian Blessed on these productions. All of the cast's performances are wonderful! The character building is wonderful too as long as you can keep up.


I love the music and sound effects that accompany this program. The music that is used on the CDs is adventurous and is also by itself in soundtrack form as Listen Online and MP3 downloads. It is an original score by Emmy-winning composer John Campbell (of Narnia). The Foley sound effects make you feel like you are right there with the characters and immerses you more into what's happening.

There is also a study guide that is 38 pages long. It has discussion points and questions to ask your children as they listen to the radio theater. This is wonderful to use as part of a history curriculum while homeschooling. It is really easier to listen to the whole program before you do the study guide and then listen again a second time to do the study guide, in my opinion. It feels awkward to stop and start the program so many times (every 4 to 10 minutes) during play. The study guide does have the tracks and time-stamp to stop at marked in the guide so you know where the narrative takes a new turn.

At the beginning of the study guide there is a list of the cast and crew, a brief introduction, and a short descriptions about G.A. Henty. Each track has questions in the study guide having three parts: Listening Well, Thinking Further, and Defining Words. There are questions in the Listening Well section which are to see if you and your child are really paying attention. There are questions in the Thinking Further section that helps you understand deeper and get you and your child thinking more. The Defining Words section is a list of words that will enhance the vocabulary of your child and places more meaning for the story. Having a dictionary handy might be appropriate because the definitions are not already spelled out.

At the end of the study guide there are four main parts. The first is a recommended reading list for learning more about Victorian England and the American West. After that there are three Bible Studies: one on God's Grace, one on Becoming a Christian, and one on Honoring Your Parents.

My children learned and understood so much more with this study guide. We used the questions and Bible study section throughout and it made for a very lengthy, but interesting discussion session with my older kids. I am very glad that it was included. I love the scriptures it had you look up and ponder too. I also love that there were Expand Your Learning sections throughout the guide for sources for further reading and other information to further your knowledge. I do wish, however, that there was an answer guide as well to the questions, because it would make the whole thing flow better in my opinion.

This was a very good production and my family enjoyed listening to it thoroughly. This audio book would be a wonderful addition to a Christian homeschooling curriculum and perfect to go along with a study about the Wild West and the Gold Rush. 

This will include access to the Live the Adventure Club website, where you can download the study guide, among other things.

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Friday, September 22, 2017

Matthew West All In Album Review and Giveaway #ALLIN #FlyBy


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Matthew West is an American contemporary Christian musician, singer-songwriter, and actor. In 2005 he was nominated for a total of 5 Dove Awards and despite his vocal problems (hemorrhaging because of polyps) in 2007 he has made a strong comeback. He won the American Music Award for Best Contemporary Inspirational Artist in 2013 as well. He wrote his newest and seventh album All In to inspire himself and others to give God their all and live out their faith not just sit on the sidelines. Give God, your family, and your community your time and really become who God wants you to be.

He will be launching a 6-week All In Challenge on his social media starting 9/18. Each week Matthew will be challenging his fans to go all in in a different part of their lives.

Ask yourself: What does it look like when a heart that knows Jesus takes a step and holds nothing back? How can we go All In in the places that mean the most?

Track Listing:
  1. All In
  2. Broken Things
  3. Mercy Is A Song
  4. Amen
  5. The Sound of a Life Changing
  6. Something Greater
  7. Jesus & You
  8. The Beautiful Things We Miss
  9. 1 Song
  10. Power Love Sound Mind
  11. Never Give Up
  12. Dream Again
  13. Becoming Me (featuring Lulu West)
  14. You Are Known

My Thoughts
I love this Christian album! Matthew West is a wonderful artist that despite challenges in his career has made a great recovery and goes All In to encourage us to live our lives as God would want us to with this new album. I love his voice. It is very nice to listen to.

My favorite songs on this CD are many. I love Broken Things because it is such an honest song. I love Amen because it is so upbeat. My favorite song on this album though is Becoming Me. I love that his daughter is singing with him on this track. She has a very lovely voice as well.

S O C I A L • C O R N E R
Broken Things Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwKuz8a8Jnk
Broken Things (story behind the song): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BipPAfDq9ns
All In Lyric Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RwDpnKIvUI
All In (Story Behind The Song): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmjVt4zkkRo
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Thursday, September 21, 2017

A Very Thankful Prayer Book Review and Giveaway


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A Very Thankful Prayer is a board book by bestselling author Bonnie Rickner Jensen and illustrated by Natalia Moore. It uses fun rhyme and sweet illustrations to give a wonderful message of thankfulness to its readers. This delightful book shows illustrations of cute furry or feathery animals showing their gratefulness to God for the many blessings that autumn holds.

Zari reading the A Very Thankful Prayer book.

What We Thought:
This lovely family-friendly story is perfect for little ones because of its sturdy pages, rhyming verse, and gorgeous illustrations by Natalia Moore. I love the shiny, eye-catching, foil-embellished cover too. This book portrays fall perfectly including: the changing & falling leaves, to pumpkin patches, picking apples at the orchard, and sharing Thanksgiving around the table with family and friends. Each moment shown is something that children can relate to and are great to share together with family and friends.

I recommend this board book for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners most of all. My youngest daughter, Zari, who is in first grade also loves this book! It is the perfect size for little hands to hold and the sturdy pages are less vulnerable to tearing. She is learning to read and it has the perfect amount of words on each page for her. She also loves looking at the adorable illustrations as well.

This book celebrates Autumn, Fall, and Thanksgiving. It is a great reminder to thank God for all that we have no matter how small. We cherish this book and its message of family and of being grateful. It would be a perfect gift for Thanksgiving.

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Let's Go Geography Review


My family had the privilege of trying Let's Go Geography for this review to use in conjunction with our own homeschool curriculum. We are excited to show you this homeschool geography curriculum. This is a Homeschool Review Crew Review. All opinions expressed are my own or those of my family.

Let's Go Geography is a wonderful geography curriculum that is perfect for kids in kindergarten through 4th grade. This can be used by one teacher for all their students in their class(es). Great for homeschool, co-ops, and small classrooms.

This curriculum is a course to introduce younger kids to geography with a different country every week. This curriculum has a total of three complete years of world geography. This covers most of the countries of the world. Each year covers two regions of the US plus 26 or so countries. The subscription is for a full year. You can either choose getting the lessons one semester at a time or the entire year all at once. You can do the lessons online or you also have the option to download the entire semester or year (PDFs) to your computer and do them offline. These are designed to be done in order, but you can also jump around to teach about the countries you are most interested in. You will also get a very handy reminder email every week with the link to the lesson for the following week.


First Year Curriculum Break Down
Semester 1
  • Year 1, Lesson 1: US, the Northeast 
  • Year 1, Lesson 2: US, Hawaii 
  • Year 1, Lesson 3: CANADA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 4: HAITI 
  • Year 1, Lesson 5: NICARAGUA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 6: BELIZE 
  • Year 1, Lesson 7: GREENLAND 
  • Year 1, Lesson 8: CHILE 
  • Year 1, Week 9: Break Week! 
  • Year 1, Lesson 10: COLOMBIA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 11: ECUADOR 
  • Year 1, Lesson 12: REVIEW North & South America 
  • Year 1, Lesson 13: FINLAND 
  • Year 1, Lesson 14: NORWAY 
  • Year 1, Lesson 15: SWEDEN 
  • Year 1, Lesson 16: DENMARK 
  • Year 1, Lesson 17: ICELAND 
  • Year 1, Week 18: Break Week! 
Semester 2 
  • Year 1, Lesson 19: HUNGARY 
  • Year 1, Lesson 20: SOUTH AFRICA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 21: LIBYA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 22: TANZANIA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 23: GHANA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 24: REVIEW Europe & Africa 
  • Year 1, Lesson 25: AFGHANISTAN 
  • Year 1, Lesson 26: IRAN 
  • Year 1, Week 27: Break Week! 
  • Year 1, Lesson 28: CHINA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 29: MONGOLIA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 30: CAMBODIA 
  • Year 1, Lesson 31: THE PHILIPPINES 
  • Year 1, Lesson 32: THAILAND 
  • Year 1, Lesson 33: NEW ZEALAND 
  • Year 1, Lesson 34: REVIEW Asia & Oceania 
  • Year 1, Lesson 35: YEAR 1 REVIEW 
  • Year 1, Week 36: Final Break!

Here is the curriculum syllabus for all 3 years.

Your student can also make a Travel Journal in a 3-ring binder to keep all the geography pages organized. The subscription comes with free printable covers for the journal. The Passport pages are an additional cost to print out (we as crew members did also get this for free). Store all Travel Itinerary, maps, coloring pages, Passports, and projects in the Travel Journal.

The lessons are very hands-on with crafts, activities, and links to engaging videos and other online content. Each weeks lesson takes about an hour and has 6 chapters including: Map It!, The Flag, The Music, Let's Explore, Create!, and Printables. While your student learns, each lesson has all kinds of fun stuff for them to do. Your student will color flags, find countries or landmarks on maps, watch and listen to songs that go with the theme and sing along, watch videos or read books about the country, look at pictures of the highlights for the country on scrapbook pages, write on decorated notebooking pages or color a themed page, and make a craft. These hands-on activities make every lesson more interesting in this fun homeschool geography.

Lesson Overview
  • Chapter 1: Map it! – Print the map, find and color the country on the map, and explore and answer questions they provide about the country using the map. There are also more map activities (like coloring, labeling, and exploring more) you can pick from as well for the older student to do.
  • Chapter 2: The Flag – Print, color, cut, and glue the flag into your Travel Journal or in your Passport.
  • Chapter 3: The Music – Read the lyrics & listen and watch the music of the country with online videos.
  • Chapter 4: Let’s Explore – Go sightseeing! Learn about fascinating facts about the country. Your student could learn about the landscape, about the people, places to visit, etc.. Optional writing assignments are also given so your child can put into writing what they learned. Pictures of country highlights are included to add to the Photo Album part of your student's Travel Journal.
  • Chapter 5: Create! – Color a picture or make a fun craft! These hands-on activities have step-by-step instructions and a list of any supplies you need. Color pages are usually located in the Printables section.
  • Chapter 6: Printables – This section has notebooking pages, extra flags for the classroom, coloring pages and more.

Just some of the many fun pages of Let's Go Geography.

How We Used This and Our Thoughts:
I did this with my daughters, who are 9 and 6. We did one lesson per week which put us at 5 lessons during this review period. We picked a Monday to do each lesson every week. We did the lessons in order as they came so I could keep track of them easier. I downloaded all the lessons to my computer so that I would have them there if I needed to use see them while I was offline. We learned about the Northeast part of the US, Hawaii, Canada, Haiti, and Nicaragua so far. We found that the pictures of the flags for the Travel Journal were very small and hard to color with anything, but a very sharpened colored pencil. We loved doing all the hands-on activities: watching videos, coloring, and crafts, etc. while we learned this kids homeschool geography curriculum.

Let's Go Geography Northeast US Lighthouse Craft with a modification.

The Northeast part of the US consists of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey. I haven't really visited that many of these states so it was fun to introduce my younger kids to them. I told my daughters that it was Pennsylvania that I would go with my daughter, Tatiana, multiple times for the Life Vessel, treatment therapy she had, that helped her. Massachusetts was also where my husband was born. When we did the Northeast part of the US my girls especially loved making the lighthouses out of cups, paper, and tape. I didn't have any of the smaller plastic cups that were needed so I improvised and cut a 20 fl oz clear soda pop bottle (we used ones with red lids, but black would look cool too) in half (ours had a line to follow all the way around) with a blade. I did this ahead of time for the girls. We used the top half and it fit over the larger red cups perfectly. We didn't have any white tape, so we used white strips of paper taped around the red cup for the stripes. I don't have battery operated tealights, but I placed a small unlit candle in the pop bottle chamber just for show. We used black duct tape for the door and windows instead of black paper or marker.

Let's Go Geography Hawaiian Lei Craft.

For Hawaii I was hoping that they would have a Hawaiian song or Hula dance for the music instead of the US National Anthem again because it would show their culture better. My girls loved making the leis. We had a handful of colored plastic straws that we cut up into pieces to use as spacers for the paper flowers instead of the beads. I told my daughters that my husband used to live in Hawaii while he was in the Navy and my sister Jennifer (their aunt) went on an LDS mission there. I hope to someday visit too.

For Canada we learned about the Canadian flag, learned the anthem, learned that Canadians speak both English and French, about the Inuit people, and Niagara Falls. We learned about the Canadian Maple Leaf and why it is an important symbol to Canada. We also made a craft with the leaf.

For Haiti we learned about the flag and the symbols on it, heard the anthem in French, about its mountains and deforestation, about the crops people grow to earn a living. We also made some Haitian art with a batik feel.

Let's Go Geography Nicaragua Green Sea Turtle Puppet Craft.

For Nicaragua we learned about the flag and its symbols, we heard the anthem in Spanish, watched a volcano erupt, learned ways people earn a living, how a hand-rolled cigar is made (which I thought might not be a good thing to have kids watch even though it is a big part of Nicaraguan culture), learned about animals of the region, specifically sea turtles. We also made a sea turtle paper bag puppet.

We had a great time doing this geography curriculum for kids. I like that there are breaks and review lessons so that your student also retains the knowledge of the previous lessons. It is a great stand alone curriculum for younger children, but for the older kids would be a great supplement to use with another geography program. I recommend this to homeschooling families with kids in Kindergarten through fourth grade. We can't wait to do more of these lessons.


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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken Review


I received the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken free to facilitate this review. Affiliate links may be in this posting. Thanks for supporting my blog.

Cave Tools is a great online store to find BBQ: tools & accessories, charcoal grills, recipe books, apparel, and gift ideas. They have a great selection of things from tool sets & grill baskets to grill racks & a portable charcoal grill. Find your barbecue and grilling needs at Cave Tools!

Beer Can Chicken Features:
  • Works in the Oven or on The Barbecue.
  • Handles The Largest Chickens - Wide stainless steel base will never tip over under a large bird.
  • Includes 4 Vegetable Spikes for Grilling Potatoes and Corn on the Side.
  • Stainless Steel Canister can be used for Beer, Wine, Cider, Sake, Soda, Orange Juice, Dressing, Marinade, and any other liquid & herb combination you can think up.
  • Healthier Choice. Canister is 100% safe stainless steel unlike traditional aluminum cans which give off unhealthy chemicals when heated.
  • No More Struggling To Remove the Can From the Chicken - Unique locking mechanism keeps canister in place while you remove the chicken. Unlike other locking mechanisms your can has a flat bottom so it doesn't tip over when you place it on the table.
  • Extra Deep Drip Tray Never Overflows With Rendered Fat and Juices.
  • Entire Grilling Set is 100% Dishwasher Safe for Easy Cleanup.
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Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken comes out tender and juicy.


Our Thoughts:
I used the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken product with a 4.3 pound chicken and placed Root Beer in the stainless steel can it came with after locking it in place and then placed the lid with the holes on it. The chicken was already thawed and ready to go. After I took out the giblets and neck I rubbed some Spike seasoning and a special blend of herbs I made on the outside of the chicken and placed the chicken onto the can holding it by the wings as it was lowered onto the canister. I noticed that the chicken was very stable on the product. I also put potatoes which I had poked with a fork first onto the 4 skewers that went on each side. I used my oven to cook the bird because it has been raining here in Oregon. I took out all but one rack, placed it at the lowest setting in the oven, and preheated the oven to 375°. I baked the chicken in the oven for about an hour and a half. When I got it out with my oven mitts it was the perfect internal temperature and when I sliced the meat it was juicy and very tender.

I loved the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken better than other beer can products I have seen or tried. I loved how the chicken was so easy to get on and off the can. Since it locked into place it didn't get stuck inside the chicken. Since the canister has more holes in the top than a regular can it steamed the chicken evenly from the inside out making it perfect. The tray caught all the drippings and didn't make a mess in my oven. I also gave the cooled off drippings to my dog over his dog food so to not waste it and he loved it. You could also make it into a good gravy for your baked potatoes. The rack that held the can and sat in the tray was well built and made the chicken very stable so it didn't fall over or wobble. The veggie spikes were a very handy addition so that I could cook potatoes, corn, or another veggie at the same time as the chicken. This was a bit more difficult to clean by hand because of the grease, but if I had a dish washer machine I could see that it would be a breeze.

The chicken was very moist and delicious. My family and guests said it was the best chicken they have ever had. The Root Beer didn't give it too much of a Root Beer flavor, but it sure did make it nice and juicy on the inside and crispy skin on the outside. I am excited to try other liquids in the canister...I might try Ginger Beer or OJ next time. Half a canister seems to do the trick. Once the weather here gets a little nicer I would like to try it on my grill outside. I am very happy with the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken and highly recommend it!

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Monday, September 18, 2017

Benji & the 24 Pound Banana Squash Book Review and Giveaway


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Benji & the 24 Pound Banana Squash is a hardcover children's book that is by bestselling author Alan C. Fox with illustrations by Eefje Kuijl. This adorable book is the story of a child named Benji's experience of growing a banana squash from start to finish. Benji & the 24 Pound Banana Squash is based on a real-life event that happened when Alan Fox was eight. It teaches kids about patience, love, dedication, and perseverance and how much fun it is to grow their own foods.

My kids enjoying our harvests.

Our Thoughts:
Benji & the 24 Pound Banana Squash is a wonderful story of garden-to-table. I love how Benji is so patient even though he sees nothing come from the seed he plants at first. After a while he reaps the reward of his determination and nurturing.

We loved this cute book and its lovely illustrations. The book starts from the beginning where Benji picks the perfect spot in the ground and plants the seed to his family sitting around the table eating the cooked squash with butter and brown sugar. The pictures are fun to look at too. One picture shows Benji trying to dig the hole himself with the shovel and he fell over on his back flinging dirt and earth worms into the air. Another shows his dog bouncing a ball on a small trampoline as Benji carries the large squash inside the house. My kids will treasure this book.

Teela and Zari enjoying the Benji & the 24 Pound Banana Squash book.

I recommend this sweet and endearing story to anyone. It is perfect for those who want to teach their children about where their food comes from or even help them grasp the concepts of being more patient...because it will certainly pay off in the end. It is wonderful for those city folk that want to give a piece of country life to their kids.

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Barbour Publishing Imagine. . .The Great Flood by Matt Koceich Book Review


My family had the privilege of reading the Imagine. . .The Great Flood by Matt Koceich from Barbour Publishing for this review to use in conjunction with our own homeschool curriculum. This is a Homeschool Review Crew Review. All opinions expressed are my own or those of my family.

Barbour Publishing is a Christian publisher that has more than 150 new titles per year and nearly one thousand stock titles. They have shipped over one hundred million books since they started in 1981. In one fiscal year they reached fourteen million books sold that shared the message of Christ!

Imagine. . .The Great Flood is a juvenile, middle grade fiction chapter book by Matt Koceich. It is the first book in an epic adventure series for kids ages 8-12 year old. The Imagine series brings the Bible to life for today's children so they can imagine what it would be like to have lived through a massive biblical event. The Great Flood is about a kid that travels back to the time of Noah's Ark to experience the adventure himself and learn an important lesson.

Teela reading the Imagine. . .The Great Flood by Matt Koceich.

How We Used This and Our Thoughts:
Teela, my nine year old daughter, and I read this book separately. It has 112 pages and 15 chapters. This was a quick, fast paced read for the both of us. We both thought the book held our attention well. It had a lot of action and adventure throughout the whole thing.

Since this is fictitious it does have elements that are not in the Bible. In this story of Noah's Ark the author has taken some of his own liberties with the biblical text to make it more interesting. The main character, Corey, goes back in time and helps Noah and his sons to get the animals on the ark, so of course he was never in the biblical account. Also, there are giants called Nephilim and an evil sorcerer named Elizar that try to thwart Noah's plans to get the animals aboard the ark in the book. The Nephilim are mentioned in the bible, first in Genesis 6:1-4, but after some research of my own I found the Nephilim to be a more complex concept. Some say these are watchers or giants or fallen angels. Some interpret the bible to mean they are descendants of Adam and Eve were "Sons of God" (Seth's line) had children with "Daughters of Man" (Cain's line). The Nephilim are definitely up to interpretation and not entirely explained well in the bible. Elizar isn't even a character in the bible at all as far as I can tell. Even though these added elements make this bible adventure more interesting I had to make sure that my daughter knew they were not in the biblical account. I also thought it silly that in this story Noah and his sons had no clue what a cloud was. I am pretty sure he saw rain and clouds before. I suggest that one reads the actual story of Noah's Ark in the bible to their children before they read Imagine. . .The Great Flood.

There are many things that make this book exciting. From the adventure of Corey going back in time, the Nephilim Giants, the wild animals, to the Great Flood itself...this story grabs you from the beginning all the way to the end. If your kids like adventure books they probably will like this book.

Corey learns an important lesson in this story as well. He learns to put his trust in the Lord. This book has a great parallel of this from his life in the present to him being thrust back into time. The main character grows to understand the importance of trusting God throughout the story.

Teela and I enjoyed reading this book from the Imagine Series. Even though parts of this Christian kids book was fictitious it did have a great lesson. We liked the action and adventure as well. It was a fun book to read.

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Kwik Stix Are Now Available at All BJ’s Wholesale Clubs!


For all my eastern US readers, Kwik Stix are now available at all BJ’s Wholesale Clubs! I currently don't have any BJ's Wholesale Clubs near me, but they also have a Kwik Stix Thin Stix Solid Tempera Paint Sticks, 24 pk. on their online store for just $19.99!

These are great! Read my Kwik Stix reviews. I love when you paint with them the paint dries so quickly with no mess and no cleanup. This 24 pk has 12 classic, 6 neon, and 6 metallic colors.

DISCLOSURE/DISCLAIMER: The Pencil Grip Inc., makers of Kwik Stix, offered to send me a set of Kwik Stix for helping spread the word! My thoughts are mine and my family's own opinion and have not been altered by anyone else. I did not receive any other compensation for doing this post.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Wordless Wednesday Sunset Over The Valley

I captured this gorgeous sunset from my field on September 12th.

Carole P. Roman Books Review


We got to read these books from Carole P. Roman for this review to use in conjunction with our own homeschool curriculum. This is a Homeschool Review Crew Review. All opinions expressed are my own or those of my family. Affiliate links may be in this posting. Thanks for supporting my blog.

The four books we received are:

Carole P. Roman is the author of many books including the Captain No Beard series, Oh Susannah series, If You Were Me and Lived in... Cultures Around the World series, and the If You Were Me and Lived in... Civilizations Throughout History series. She loves combining her teaching past with her love of exploration and interest in the grand world all around us. She also loves sharing history and culture with her readers.

If You Were Me and Lived in... Cultures Around the World Series currently consists of 21 books with more to come later. These softcover books take you to explore different cultures. Discover Mexico, Australia, Turkey, Hungary, Poland, France, India, Portugal, Scotland, Italy, South Korea, Peru, Kenya, China, Russia, Norway, Greece, Egypt, Brazil, Israel, and Germany. These give you an inside look into what culture is like in these countries. You can become a "world traveler" in the comfort of your own home. Recommended for ages 4 to 9.

If You Were Me and Lived in... Civilizations Throughout History Series currently consists of 10 books with more to come later. These softcover books take you back through time to visit different civilizations throughout history. Discover Ancient Greece, Renaissance Italy, Elizabethan England, Colonial America, Ancient China: The Han Dynasty, Middle Ages, American West, Viking Europe, Mayan Empire, and Ancient Mali Empire. These follow what it would have been like to live and grow up in these places through the eyes of a young person. This makes the books more relatable to children who read them. These physical books cover occupations, food, clothing, recreation, important people, etc. Recommended for ages 8 to 15.

The Captain No Beard Series currently consists of 10 books with more to come later. These softcover books are about two young cousins, Hallie and Alexander, and their imaginative, swashbuckling adventures that bring their stuffed animals to life as part of the crew of a pirate ship.
These books always have a great message at the end of the story. Recommended for ages 3 to 8.

The Captain No Beard books are as follows:
  1. Captain No Beard: An Imaginary Tale of a Pirate's Life
  2. Pepper Parrot's Problem with Patience
  3. Stuck in the Doldrums: A Lesson in Sharing
  4. Strangers on the High Seas
  5. The Treasure of Snake Island
  6. The Crew Goes Coconuts!
  7. Captain No Beard and the Aurora Borealis
  8. Fribbet the Frog and the Tadpoles
  9. A Flag for the Flying Dragon
  10. Being a Captain is Hard Work

The Oh Susannah Series currently consists of 2 books with more to come later. These early chapter reader books are softcover and are all about a little girl by the name of Susannah Maya Logan. In these chapter books Susannah goes through issues that every child can relate to. The first book in the series is Oh Susannah: It's in the Bag and the second book in the series is Oh Susannah: Things That Go Bump. These also end with a great message as well. Recommended for ages 7-12.

Zari and Teela enjoying the Carole P. Roman books.

How We Used This and Our Thoughts:
We had been given the option of picking out two books from the ones we were offered to review and then the author would pick out two more from her past knowledge of what we had reviewed from her in the past and the information we gave her about our kids' ages.

I received only one of my picks, If You Were Me and Lived in...Egypt. I initially asked for Egypt and Australia. I was fine with the other books she picked for me though because I didn't have any of them yet. I didn't think at first that The Crew Goes Coconuts! book, part 6 of the Captain No Beard series, was going to be a good fit because I didn't have any of the rest of the series, but it turned out fine. In reading these books to my children I have grown to love Carole P. Roman's writing even more. I was very grateful for the author's painstaking task in preparing different bundles of books for each of the Homeschool Review Crew members that were reviewing and I want to thank her for all her hard work.

If You Were Me and Lived In...Egypt is a softcover book by Carole P. Roman and Illustrated by Kelsea Wierenga. The illustrations are fun and done in dark classic colors. This book has 36 pages with a pronunciation guide in the back. We learned about what the country looks like and a bit about it, about its capital, what the popular names for boys and girls there are, what you would call your mom and dad & grandfather and grandmother there, what money is called, what a favorite treat there is, places to see there, about a sailboat, what food they enjoy there, what sports they enjoy watching, what they like to read about, toys and games they might like to play, and holidays they celebrate. I would love to try the food there, especially the halawa and Kushari. I would love to see the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx and ride on a felucca. We are going to be using this with our unit study of Egypt.

If You Were Me and Lived In...The American West is a softcover book by Carole P. Roman and Illustrated by Paula Tabor. These cartoon like illustrations are more realistic than the other books. This book has 58 pages with a special section on Famous People from the West and Glossary in the back. This focused on life on the Oregon Trail in the 19th century. We thought it interesting: that you could make butter with all the movement of the wagon so you wouldn't have to churn it, that pioneers walked 10-20 miles per day, Indians were mostly friendly with the pioneers to trade, wagons were nicknamed Prairie Schooners, they floated their wagons across the Columbia River (which is neat since this river is right next to where I live in Oregon), and they got 640 acres of free land to farm once they got to Oregon. This would be great to use with a unit study of the Oregon Trail, Pioneers, American West and Wagon Trains.

The Crew Goes Coconuts! is a softcover book by Carole P. Roman. This book has fun colorful illustrations and is part 6 of the Captain No Beard Series. Even though I do not have any of the other books in this series, this one read well on its own. It has a great message of how to deal with bullying and not giving in to peer pressure. My younger kids liked the goat in the story and felt bad for her at first, but everything turned out well in the end. My younger kids were glad the story had a happy ending. I liked the good message and that it has strong male and female characters.

Oh Susannah: It's in the Bag is the first early reader chapter book in the Oh Susannah series. It didn't take my daughter Teela who is 9 years old very long to read. I also read it as well and thought the theme to be very relatable. The little girl, Susannah, in the story is in 3rd grade and having problems...each one she stuffs away in her backpack. My daughter thought the banana in the story was pretty funny. The illustrations are adorable and done by Mateya Arkova. The message at the end is a good one and Susannah learns how to deal with her problems and ask for help when she needs it.

The If You Were Me and Lived In...series are great for use with homeschool unit studies. We love these books. They are very informative. The Captain No Beard Series and Oh Susannah Series is wonderful for the great messages they have. I would highly recommend all of these.

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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Water My Soul: 90 Meditations from an Old Order Mennonite Book Review


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Water My Soul: 90 Meditations from an Old Oder Mennonite by Darla Weaver is a devotional book that is all about growing and nurturing a spiritual garden. Each daily inspirational devotional includes a Scripture reading, prayer, and journal prompt or response suggestion. These 90 meditations take on a personal feel with stories from Weaver's life of spending her days with family, gardening, cooking, and living as naturally as possible off the land. Her wise words about such topics as humility, forgiveness, patience, etc. reverberate throughout this lovely book.

My Thoughts:
This, A Plainspoken Devotional, book is a lovely addition to my bookshelf or coffee table. I love the simple truths within the pages. Weaver's love of gardening and the Lord is so apparent. I share this love with her. I love to spend my days in the garden making it more beautiful and when I do I feel myself getting closer to nature and in turn closer to the the Creator of all things. I love the imagery of the author's stories. She paints a wonderful picture of her simple and Christ centered home life. I am always in awe of Plain People and how they live rooted so deeply in their Christian faith while living so simplistically. They always have much wisdom and so much to teach us. Weaver is no different, she has much to teach and so much to give. I am so glad to have Water My Soul devotions to start my day with.

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Progeny Press Charlotte’s Web E-Guide Review


My family had the privilege of trying the Charlotte’s Web E-Guide from Progeny Press for this review to use in conjunction with our own homeschool curriculum. This is a Homeschool Review Crew Review. All opinions expressed are my own or those of my family.

Progeny Press is a Christian based company that produces products that help with comprehension, critical analysis, and vocabulary study in literature and reading. They have a number of very nice literature based study guides and interactive e-guides that go with a number of classical, historical, and award winning books. They are always adding new titles to their list. All of their guides - whether book-bound, on CD, or downloaded - have exactly the same content.

The Charlotte's Web E-Guide is a great study guide for using in conjunction with the book by E.B. White and illustrated by Garth Williams. Like the book, it is geared towards grades four to six. The one we received is the interactive e-guide which means that it is able to have the answers entered and typed directly into the PDF and saved. You can additionally print the pages and have your student work on them off of the computer. The e-guides save you money because you do not have to pay shipping and handling. You can also grade the student's work directly on the PDF and make comments in the same file. All the guides, once purchased, can be reproduced for the teacher's/homeschooling parent's use in their own classroom or home. Once downloaded to your computer they are permanently available on your computer, and are yours and yours only. This guide is 51 pages total when printed.

Here is Charlotte's Web Study Guide Layout:

  • Note to Instructor (How to use the study guide)
  • Book Synopsis (What book is about)
  • About the Author
  • About the Illustrator
  • Ideas for Pre-reading Activities (Things to do or study before reading the book)
  • Chapters (1-3) (4-6) (7-10) (11-14) (15-18) (19-22):
    • Vocabulary (Definition and write the word in a sentence)
    • Characters (Matching) 
    • Fact & Opinion
    • Questions (Short Answer)
    • Mood (Short Answer)
    • Thinking About the Story (Comprehension Questions)
    • Descriptive Writing (Fill in the Blank) 
    • Dig Deeper (Questions with Bible Verses to look up and Biblical perspective to go with the book)
    • Writing Assignment/Activity
    • Summary Questions/Overview
    • Story Structure
    • Character Study
    • Theme
    • Cycles of Life
  • Ideas for Post-reading Activities
  • Additional Resources (Other books by the author)
  • Answer Key (located in a separate PDF)

Teela reading Charlotte’s Web.

How We Used This and Our Thoughts:
My daughter, Teela, who is 9 years old is an advanced reader. She loves reading and devours books. Her favorites are chapter books that have some substance to them. I love classics that I remember reading when I was younger. I told her about Charlotte's Web and she was excited to start reading. We had the book already at home, so this was perfect for her book study in our homeschool. She loved this book and read it chapter by chapter working through the study guide.

She got to use the guide as she read the book and since the review period for this was slightly longer than most (roughly 7 weeks) we got through a good portion of the study. After chapter 3 we had her do the first three chapters in the study guide since they were grouped together like this. Then she read the next three chapters and did the worksheets online to work on her computer and typing skills as well.

Sample pages from the Progeny Press Charlotte’s Web E-Guide.

This was the second time we had experienced Progeny Press and their literature study guides. The e-guide we received was jam packed full of reading comprehension and information to study. I love that it is also faith-based and has biblical applications that relate to the book fairly well. Since Teela is in 4th grade this year, I had her type her answers as best she could and I believe she did great for her age. These guides are very well thought out and put together and I feel that my daughter learned and comprehended a great deal more because of it.

I highly recommend the Progeny Press E-guides. They are easy to download and simple to print from PDF and easy to do online. The Charlotte's Web one got my daughter thinking a lot more about the story and characters than she would have just reading the book on its own. Progeny Press has a great selection of other guides that go with some other great books as well. Check them out below.

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