Amazing World War II Stories
Roads to Everywhere
Karla says, "While graphic novels aren’t my personal favorite format for reading, I still highly recommend them for young readers. If you have a middle school or teen boy, or anyone who is intrigued by the World War II period, on your Christmas shopping list I highly recommend Amazing World War II Stories." Read more.
Mixed-by-Me Holographic Thinking Putty
Jennifer says, "My daughter gave some of the putty to her 20 year old sister who said, 'This putty is wonderful for playing with while doing school work. It is great for relieving stress. It is very therapeutic.'" Read more.
The M Word
Melissa says, "I love that the cards start out simple and slowly progress to complex designs. Which helps to develop her visual perception, motor planning, fine motor skills, STEM, inspires her creativity, and all while she is playing and enjoying herself." Read more.
Earth Tones Rainbow Pebbles
Flanders Family Home Life
Jennifer says, "This compact set takes up far less storage space than an equivalent number of standard wooden puzzles. And, unlike standard puzzles, your Junior Rainbow Pebble designs can still be completed, even if your kids lose a pebble or two." Read more.
Nonreligious Curriculum Kits
Making Everyday Magic
Shanna says, "Would you like to know why we choose Timberdoodle? How did we find Timberdoodle? Not long after I started this channel, I applied to be on their blog team. I did that because we already bought, used, and love their product." Watch the video.
One Luckey Wife
Daisy says, "Thinkplay Gears is such a fun and engaging toy for kids. It comes with so many projects to make. They start off easy and get progressively harder. My daughter loves to play with these and build different things beside what’s in the books." Read more.