Thick as Thieves by Susan K. Marlow, a review

Thick as Thieves by Susan K. Marlow, a review

Susan K. Marlow’s middle grade novel Thick as Thieves tells a tale of 1880s California, ranching in the San Joaquin Valley. Thirteen-year-old Andi Carter immerses herself in caring for her horses when her mare gives birth to twins. At school one day, a new kid...
Light of Mine by Allen Brokken, a review

Light of Mine by Allen Brokken, a review

Light of Mine by Allen Brokken tells an allegorical tale of three children, ages 6, 9, and 12, set in what seems like 19th century rural America. The idyllic farm life of Ethan, Aiden, and Lauren descends into turmoil when Dad declares that he will leave to fight...

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...