Posted July 20, 2017
We’ve compiled a list of some of our publishers’ best (non-curriculum) books that are great for homeschooling parents and homeschooling teachers.
March 10, 2017
Cassandra and The Night Sky by Amy Jackson
Cassandra and the Night Sky tells the story of a nine-year-old princess, a royal tea party, and the magic and mythology that lends its voice to the explanation of the legends of the starry night sky.
Press Out Flying Dragons and Other Flying Fantasy Creatures by Arcturus Publishing
Build and fly 18 fantastic dragon models! Each model is different so you can press them out, build and glue them, and then see which one flies the furthest. And yes, the models actually fly!
Math Is Awesome! 101 Incredible Things Every Kid Should Know by Arcturus Publishing
Math Is Awesome! is packed full of 101 eye-opening and extraordinary math-based facts that kids will love to discover and share.
Science Experiments to Amaze your Friends by Thomas Canavan
From microwave soap monsters to make-your-own lava lamps, this book is bursting with brilliant experiments that will teach you everything you need to know about the appliance of science.
Science Is Awesome! 101 Incredible Things Every Kid Should Know by Arcturus Publishing
Science Is Awesome! is packed full of 101 eye-opening and extraordinary science facts that kids will love to discover and share.
Meditation Dot-to-Dot by David Woodroffe
With more than 120 images to ease you into a meditative state of mind, this delightful collection of dot-to-dot puzzles will give your brain some much needed respite.
Nature Dot-to-Dot by David Woodroffe
With more than 120 images from the natural world, this delightful collection of dot-to-dot puzzles will put you back in touch with Mother Earth.
Philosophy 100 Essential Thinkers by Philip Stokes
This engaging and accessible book invites the reader to explore the questions and arguments of philosophy through the work of 100 of the greatest thinkers within the Western intellectual tradition.
The Calm & Creative Coloring Book by Arcturus Publishing
Coloring books are still in! And in the quiet world of coloring, it's possible to create while soothing your mind and focusing on the present moment. The Zentangle-influenced outlines in these pages are the perfect medium for this meditative activity.
Keeping Bees by Pam Gregory and Claire Waring
Beekeeping is a fascinating and rewarding activity and is important to the survival of our declining bee population. This attractive book offers practical and informative advice on how to get started, how to achieve and collect good harvests, beekeeping through the seasons, troubleshooting, queen rearing, and more.
Keeping Chickens by Liz Wright
This highly practical book is perfect for beginners and will explain everything you need to know to get started keeping chickens, from how to choose, house, feed, and handle them to how many eggs they will lay, their effect on the local ecosystem, and protection from foxes.
Plan Your Gardening Year by Andrew Mikolajski
Keeping track of what to do when you’re gardening is no simple task, but this straightforward new book will help you plan your year. It gives you seasonal lists of jobs to do, which plants to plant, and plenty of expert advice and handy hints on how to improve your garden. Great for beginning green thumbs or more experienced gardeners.
Crime Scene Detective by Tim Dedopulos
Pit your wits and sleuthing skills against expert detectives to find the culprits in this delightful collection of 30 mysteries.
B-Book by Mark Reeder
From Punk to the Love Parade, the 1980s in wild West Berlin were filled with music, art, and complete chaos. B-Book documents the city's unique mixture of artists, squatters, and hedonists of all types and tells a personal story of the walled-in city during its last decade deep behind the Iron Curtain.
The Brander by René Allemann
The Brander is an upmarket bilingual collection of stories about extraordinary producers and creators. It portrays people who have put their hearts and souls into creating a successful brand.
Leaders of the Pack by Julie Kumble and Donald Smith
Leaders of the Pack explores key themes in veterinary medicine leadership and highlights women in veterinary medicine whose stories embody those themes.