Jennifer Bogart is a born again child of God, wife and mother to three (so far). Living in rural Alberta, Canada, she relies upon her blog for creative expression and is busy developing multi-sensory homeschooling supplements at Bogart Family Resources. Passionate about the Christian arts and children; she reviews literature, picture books, educational dvds, music, homeschooling products and whatever else catches her eye.
Copernicus - you simply can't go further in your study of astronomy without him.
Isn’t there a better Bucky Fuller documentary out there somewhere?
Simply put, this is certainly the most comprehensive natural foods cookbook and guide available today.
Old-time authentic TV gospel brought to you on DVD - production flaws intact.
Marcus du Sautoy leads viewers in a jolly world-wide romp through time and space as he explores the history of math.
Fun, agriculturally inspired shorts from the creators of Wallace and Gromit.
This unique guide to teaching musical terms to young students is a gem, but a bit tricky to find online.
If you enjoy any form of Christian historical fiction you can’t go wrong with Mitchell’s latest.
More eye-appeal and cute sentiment than solid theology and lasting value.
Though the text does bog down in places, there is certainly enough of Beethoven here to satisfy