Category Book Reviews

Book Review: “Black is Beautiful” by Dr. Peter S. Ruckman

Aliens, Monsters, and UFO’s, OH MY! For the past two weeks I have been reading Dr. Peter S. Ruckman’s book “Black is Beautiful.” (“This book is not about black people.” – Preface, page 1.) This is a classic by Ruckman (what book of his isn’t?) that discusses the haunting subjects of aliens, UFO’s, mutant-monsters, mysterious […]

Book Review: Joyfully at Home by Jasmine Baucham

Prior to reading “So Much More” by the Botkin Sisters, I read “Joyfully at Home” by Jasmine Baucham. It was lent to me by a dear friend, after I left my last job. (They also lent me “Return of the Daughters” published by Vision Forum, before they introduced this book.) I was vulnerable at that […]

The Last Hurrah of Elsie Dinsmore! + Series Review

Old friends are the best friends, and after almost 15 years of publishing and selling the Elsie Dinsmore series, Elsie really does feel like a friend to us at Vision Forum. For almost 15 years we’ve shared our sweet friend Elsie with tens of thousands of girls and their families around the world. In fact, […]

Book Review: So Much More by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin

Back in June 2012, for my Birthday, I purchased three books. Joyfully at Home, written by Jasmine Baucham; Raising Maidens of Virtue, by Stacy McDonald; and So Much More, by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin. It was part of a package on Vision Forum, alittle under $50. (Hooray for birthdays and gift certificates!) When it […]

Book Recommendations

This may be a little late, since school already started, but I will give it a whirl anyways. Who knows, they may be like my family and follow a completely different schooling schedule than the rest of the world. Here are some books that I recommend for those that are homeschooled, unschooled, curious public schoolers, […]

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