Education/Parenting

The Money-Smart Family System by Steve Economides

"Money smarts" begin at home in this family-oriented guide to teaching wise management. The Money Smart Family System by Steve and Annette Economides.  Thomas Nelson, ...
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Announcing: The Pilgrim’s Progress Guide from Redeemed Reader!

Over the years, we at Redeemed Reader have been dedicated followers of John Bunyan's classic, The Pilgrim's Progress. Though written to address the conflicts of ...
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The Enchanted Hour by Meghan Cox Gurdon

In The Enchanted Hour, Meghan Cox Gurdon makes the intellectual, social, and emotional case for reading aloud, at any age, to any age. The Enchanted ...
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"Early Literacy with Preschoolers" by Gladys Hunt

Gladys Hunt shares some tips for encouraging early literacy in young children in this latest post. For more in our Gladys Hunt series, see The Hive. ...
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Lively Lists: a Key Part of the New Redeemed Reader Companion!

Readers, we've been hinting at our upcoming Redeemed Reader Companion on social media, our newsletter, and, finally, an official post here on the website.... Wait. ...
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Redeemed Readers, Rejoice!

Announcing a valuable resource for our fellow "Redeemed Readers," and anyone with an interest in quality children's literature.  Hard as it is to believe, this ...
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The Continuing Legacy of Gladys Hunt

Announcing a series of NEW posts from Gladys Hunt, author of Honey for a Child's Heart and Honey for a Teen's Heart. Several months ago, ...
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Can You Identify the Five Nonfiction Categories?

The Juvenile nonfiction designation has exploded, especially since the push for Common Core standards was supposed to increase factual reading.  Common Core seems to be ...
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