Our Razor’s Edge columnist, Madeleine, just finished her first year of college. She won’t be writing for us any more, so be sure to read her final column which contains some great advice about college options. Our book reviewer, Emily Rachelle, is graduating high school this month and will be heading off to college. She found two new book reviewers to take her place and they have started their own columns this month. Naomi reviews nonfiction books in “Turning Pages” and Adriana reviews fiction in “Adriana Gabrielle Reads.”
In This Issue:
The World Around Us
It IS possible to find people willing to love these boys and girls—it’s just up to us to reach them! Would YOU commit to finding one of them a home?
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Homeschool graduates Sarah, Stephen, and Grace Mally are equipping the coming generation to rise up as strong men and women of God.
Beyond the choice of going to college or not (which you have to make yourself) what options are there? Here’s some general information to get you started.
Homeschool Friendly College
There are some important factors that everyone should consider when choosing a college.
With so many places to be and countless deadlines to meet, how will you handle what seems like a never-ending list of responsibilities?
You can find a profitable job doing almost anything if you put the time and effort into it.
Homeschooling High School
Learning a new language can be a rewarding experience. Trying one or all of these methods will help you learn a second language quickly.
Here are four of the most important features of cellular processes that you should learn.
These tactics will help you handle your teens without getting mad.
Teen Tech Talk
Taking and posting selfies is not a bad thing unless it is used in a bad way. Here are some things to keep in mind.
Poems to Ponder
A poem, by Hannah.
Country Girls Knowledge
A poem, by Katie.
Life is What You Make of It
A poem, by Serenity.
Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years
We all make a difference. If we are willing.
Homeschooling Teen Writing Contest Honorable Mention: Hannah Barber.
Need a Clue?
The history behind the Final Fantasy franchise.
The Book Thief provides a very human perspective on World War II from the viewpoint of those living inside Hitler’s Reich.
NEW COLUMN! Turning Pages
Book Review: The Color of Rain is about two families going beyond the pain of loss to find love again.
NEW COLUMN! Adriana Gabrielle Reads
A book review on Heather Manning’s debut novel called “Swept to Sea.”
Xbolt’s Anime Reviews
Just the name prepares you for what I consider the most hilariously ridiculous anime I have ever seen.
Summer vacation’s coming! Buy used and save on these classic boxed games.
See the differences between Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS operating systems.
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