Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World by Bryan Davis, a review

Bryan Davis, author of thirty successful young adult books, wrote this middle-grade tale and published it last year. It’s a delightful comic book story of heroes and villains told as a novel, with plenty of gadget references that remind me of Batman. Twelve-year-old Eddie Hertz’s city is threatened with more and worse earthquakes by a […]

Entrepreneurship: how to guide your kids

I wrote an article that’s in this month’s issue of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, a premier magazine for homeschoolers. In it I discuss various ways you can encourage your child, even a young child, to think like an entrepreneur, drawing on my own experience as well as that of a very enterprising homeschooling mom I know.

Hunger Games books 2 and 3: discussion for Christians

I’ve had a chance now to read Catching Fire and Mockingjay, books 2 and 3 in Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy.
There are questions you could ask your children, to help them consider the works from a Christian point of view.