Make a Drawstring Book Bag

Last Saturday we began planning a Read, Write, and Sew CampĀ for preteen girls. Having a camp is a great way to give girls an opportunity to be creative and to explore a Christian book together. Let’s talk about making a … Continue reading

Developing Your Child’s Artistic Sense

Hello from Karen Whiting Many of my books for girls involve creativity and crafts. This encourages that artistic sense. There are many ways to inspire creativity and art appreciation. Colors and beauty surround us, but we don’t always take time … Continue reading

Taking turns – in life

Lately I’ve had the thought of taking turns on my mind . . . a lot. When one reaches 70 years of age it is easy to think back on how thing were when I was younger. I look at … Continue reading

Read, Write, and Sew Camp

Summer is just around the corner! Parents are busy helping their kids find just the right activities for the months off school. Why not plan an at-home camp to read, write, and sew? … Continue reading

Anne of Green Gables Party

My daughter, Jessica, just finished reading Anne of Green Gables as a bedtime story to her children. Her six-year-old daughter, Lilly, especially liked it. Lilly has six brothers and a baby sister, Lucy. When I mentioned that we had the … Continue reading