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Review: The Elephant Scientist

Today I have a third book for you from the Scientists in the Field series, this one is The Elephant Scientist.   I have previously reviewed Pluto and Dolphins of Shark Bay.  This is an excellent book that taught me so much about elephants... in ways I totally didn't expect!  :)

Ever wonder how elephants know there is a storm coming?  When I read this section of the book I was totally hooked.
I so wanted to know if there was a possibility of being true.  Could elephants be linked with insects?  Could this trait be useful?   That's the question.   So we delved into the world of elephant feet, elephant alarm sounds, and more.   Learning about elephant societies, the females and their groups, the boys and theirs.    Intermingled in the compelling words were a whole host of images, to draw in the reader (aimed at youth 10-12 years old).  The full colour images were stunning in their detail and observation of elephant life.

The pages are well balanced between text and images.
I was fascinated by the idea that they use the alarm calls of elephants to keep them from damaging the fields and gardens of farmers and homeowners.  We didn't just learn about these two ideas, look what else you get to learn about.
Elephant Scientist is a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the Elephants, learning how they can tell them apart, how the males form groups, how the females live in matriarchal groups, their strong social interconnection, differences in how they respond to alarm calls and so much more.  A very interesting book.  :)

My Thoughts:
 I have a firm appreciation for the scientists in the field series.  I love meeting the people researching these different topics, and Elephant Scientist is no exception.   A neat idea about elephants, the research to test out that theory, with helping elephants being the end goal. 

Elephant Scientist
By: Caitlin O'Connell & Donna M. Jackson
Images: Caitlin O'Connell & Timothy Rodwell
Series: Scientists in the Field
Pages: 80
Ages: 10-12 years
Publisher:  Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Reviewed for: Raincoast Books

Where can you find it?
 Amazon.ca: The Elephant Scientist

Amazon.com: The Elephant Scientist (Scientists in the Field Series)


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X is for... An Excellent Time to Celebrate Canada's Birthday

Thank you for joining Amanda and I as we blog through the alphabet. This week, X!
On July 1st this year Canada will be celebrating her 150th birthday.   

To that end oh my, things are getting busy.
Stores is promoting their 150th birthday sales.
Communities are prettying themselves up.. for instance our town put up a lovely begonia bed made up in the shape of the Canada flag.
Towns are putting together bigger than normal Canada day events.

I have to admit, it's rather fun watching folks prepare. 

Even funnier... on our family vacation (celebrating my mom's 80th) my sisters (who don't celebrate Canada Day) were busy talking about how they should have a party for all their friends this year.  After all, Canada's turning 150 this year!

As to what we'll do?   I haven't a clue!  I'm not really planning a party (I'll let my younger sister plan that).   I expect we'll take in the town events, probably go out to the local provincial park and have a bbq supper, swim and walk (if the weather is nice that is). 

If you want to find out what's going on across Canada, you can check out this site
 Celebrate Canada is a four-day celebration that begins on June 21 with National Aboriginal Day, continues with Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day (June 24) and Canadian Multiculturalism Day (June 27), and comes to a spectacular finish on Canada Day (July 1). Find out what is going on in your region and across the country!

If you are in Ontario, check out some of these Canada Day events.   Sure to be something to interest most anyone eh?  :) 
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Canada Book: Canadian Province Notebook

 This is a different Canada book than I normally would post. This is a notebooking workbook that I have used off and one with my lad throughout our homeschooling journey. I haven't USED the book persay, but I've used the ideas found within it's pages. 

Let me tell you about "Canadian Province Notebook".  

Filled with notebooking and workbook pages that will help you work through the Canadian Provinces. 

The book starts off with teaching students how to find and request letters of information from provinces.   Granted with the ease now of going to provincial website and simply connecting with their tourism department, having to write off for letters is a bit not as necessary I think.  Though the practice of learning how to write letters requesting help is a good one to learn. 

It also walks the student through how to use a bibliography and how to write cards with all the information on them from the books they use for a report.   It even provides a checklist for the student to use when writing their reports in the notebooking pages to make sure they've included all the information they need to and are on topic. 

 One of the features I like is that the inside front and back covers have the provincial symbols (except for the crests and flags) of each of the provinces and territories.  It is a touch outdated as it doesn't have Nunavut in it.

Canadian Province Notebook
A Beka Book
42 pages
Notebooking workbook







 
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Hymn Study: Whiter than Snow


I have to admit that I not had a chance to sing this hymn very often. I know the chorus fairly well, but I need to follow the hymnbook for the verses. Needless to say though, it's a rather nice hymn that reminds us of how we look to the Lord when we are his own.

Whiter than Snow was written by James Nicholson who lived c. 1828-1876.  He was born in Ireland and came over when he was around 25 years old.

 James Nicholson spent much of life as a clerk in the post office in Philadelphia. He was always active in the work of the Wharton Street Methodist Episcopal Church. The hymn was first published in a pamphlet titled "Joyful Songs" in 1872. The hymn's popularity greatly increased with its inclusion in the well-known Gospel Hymns series published by Sankey and Bliss. (source)    

He spent about 20 years in Philadelphia, eventually moving in c.1871 to work in the post office in Washington, DC.


This hymn is based on Ps51:7 – “Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.”


Lyrics:
  1. Lord Jesus, I long to be perfectly whole;
    I want Thee forever to live in my soul;
    Break down every idol, cast out every foe—
    Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
    • Refrain:
      Whiter than snow, yes, whiter than snow,
      Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
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  2. Lord Jesus, let nothing unholy remain,
    Apply Thine own blood and extract every stain;
    To get this blest cleansing, I all things forego—
    Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
  3. Lord Jesus, look down from Thy throne in the skies,
    And help me to make a complete sacrifice;
    I give up myself, and whatever I know—
    Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
  4. Lord Jesus, for this I most humbly entreat,
    I wait, blessed Lord, at Thy crucified feet,
    By faith for my cleansing, I see thy blood flow—
    Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
  5. Lord Jesus, Thou seest I patiently wait;
    Come now and within me a new heart create;
    To those who have sought Thee Thou never said’st “No”—
    Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.
  6. The blessing by faith, I receive from above;
    Oh, glory! my soul is made perfect in love;
    My prayer has prevailed, and this moment I know,
    The blood is applied, I am whiter than snow.


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Sunset


Sunset

A trip to Pennsylvania.
Dad for a conference,
Mom and lad to go exploring.

We took a tent, some supplies, and our bikes.
We spent our days exploring.
Penn's Cave.
Hershey's Chocolate World.
Indian Echo Dell Caves
Gettysburg
Harrisburg Science Museum
The State Capital.
Elizabethtown.

Sore feet.
Sore backs.
Tired brains.
Simple affordable food.

and as sunset fell across the campground
Biking,
A lad and his mom.
A lad outpacing his mom.
He shouts of encouragement.
"Mom!  You can catch up to me!"

Fellow campers grinning.
The tree peepers chorusing.
The bullfrog thrumming.
"You can do it, you can do it, yes you can".
 The Heron takes flight.

Mom stops.
These hills are hard.
A picture taken.
A boy breathing hard races to find
Where his mother stopped
to see the lake
to breath easily
And he smiles
and says
"Nice, isn't it mom?"
and 
"I had to find where you were."

Kind and thoughtful 
this lad of mine.

It was good to spend time with
this growing young man.

He makes my heart smile.
God has blessed me
Abundantly.

Enjoy the Sunset!

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This post is in response to a wordprompt
the homeschool review crew uses for instagram fun.
I find it relaxing and enjoyable to turn them into posts for you and me.  :)

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A Pictorial Visit June 17-23

Our week in pictures.   We had a busy week, I thought I'd share it a bit with you.  :)

Saturday, A Yard Sale.  I had a whole lot more pictures, but I deleted them from my phone after the sale because well.. 90% of the stuff was either sold or donated.   It was a tough day with people being extremely frugal this year... made me feel very annoyed.  Bargain, but don't be rude.  Had some highlights in the joy of a fellow discovering our very old cooler and tent.. just when he needed one.  :)  The grin of delight in a lad discovering a dinosaur toy.  The pleasure in a fellow finding a whack of beat up candles perfect for his needs.
The horses.   I've been watching the foals a lot this week.  I've nicknamed them Braveheart and Momma's boy.   This here is Momma's boy.  Never find him far from momma, while Braveheart explores everywhere he can and boy...can he run already.
Reviews:  I've written a lot of reviews this week.  Trying to push through books I need to get done as I'm going a book sale this week and I want to see if I can move some of them into new homes.   The most needful review was UnLock Math as it had a deadline.  :)  Good program by the way, go read my review if you're looking for a math program from grades seven and up.
Laundry!  Despite a lot of rain this week I managed to get some laundry done.  Hung much of it outside despite my lad complaining it makes the towels all scratchy. :)
 Gardening!  We've been busy working on the front garden (I call it the kidney garden cause of the shape I made it in).  I do it up every other year really well, digging out the weeds, moving plants and what not.   Since we're moving this year I really pushed myself to get it done.  Did it over two days though rather than trying to get it all done in one day.  My feet HATE me when I push too hard.   See the difference?   This was day one.
While I was working on the day one of the garden my industrious lad was given the task of rebuilding our outdoor fire pit.   I just said...make it bigger and better, the design is up to you.
The end result:
That took up our Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thursday was our anniversary which took up out to London where I sold these two younglings to a pet store who were delighted to have them.
 Hubby and I went out to lunch to celebrate our anniversary.  We planned to do some shopping but my body decided it would rather NOT do that.   So we headed home after picking the lad up from gramma's house. Dinner out was very nice.  15 years it's been for us.  They've been great years for the most part and I have a keeper in a hubby that's for sure. :)   So happy with him.

Friday...oh what are my plans...I'm getting ready for a book sale (on Saturday) so have been emptying my shelves rather drastically.   My criteria is pretty simple.  Do I want to move this book?   If not...out it goes.  I've discovered books I didn't even know I had!   Most of what I don't sell will be going to a thrift shop (there's a bible for missions store that I am sure will be happy to get them).  If not there are several in the area I can choose from.  I'll be giving some away as well as I just want them GONE.

Well I think that's it... I'll try to update you again next week too...but we'll see how the week goes eh?

Oh for schooling the lad is officially on summer schedule.
That means.
Three days math (all summer). He has a choice between Kumon, Smartick and UnLock.
Three days History (until program is done). 
Language arts (two days a week).
Friday (make a kit, do a STEM project, art etc)
Reviews only as necessary.  (usually fitting these into one or two days a week).


Reviews
 Run with Me.  Autobiography of Shana Richards-Ross.
 Art book: Dangles.  Gemstones as the basis of flair in drawing.
 The Dolphins of Shark Bay.  Really really liked this book.
 UnLock Math.  Great math program, grades 7 and up.
 Kids NIV Study Bible.   This was well done.
 Grand Canyon.  Learn about the Grand Canyon.

Everything Else
 Parenting Series: Lost.   The next in the series. 
 Recipe: Beef Stroganoff.  I liked this dish. 
 W is for Winnie the Pooh.  Alphabet blogging in Canada post.
 Hymn Study: Jesus I Come.  A great old hymn.
 Garden, what about the bushy one?   A poem that I had fun writing. :)
 Steady, a five minute Friday post, a poem.
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Review: Grand Canyon

Ever wondered about the Grand Canyon, thinking about the animals that lived there or even how it came into being?   Jason Chin takes us on a picturesque journey through the many layers of the Grand Canyon, introducing us to the plants, animals and rocks that we'll find along the way.

Jason Chin has put together a beautifully illustrated book that speaks to us of the history of The Grand Canyon.   He carefully takes us through the different layers, showing us the rocks, animals and plants that live along the way.
 This meaty picture book exceeded my expectations as it talked about the rock formation, and why it happened.   He dwelt heavily upon evolutionary principles but as he did so he showed the beauty of the Grand Canyon, and the huge variety of habitats and animals found throughout.  From the heat of the inner beauty to the hidden oasis found within.   I wanted to go see the Grand Canyon for myself by the time I was done, while realizing I could never see all that he showed me without hiking it myself.

He took the time to teach about concepts such as weathering, rock layers, ripple marks from mud flats, and much more.  Making this a highly useful book for anyone wanting to learn about the Grand Canyon.

He talks to us about fossils and takes imaginary trips back in time to show us what life might have been like back then in the Grand Canyon.

There is also a huge fold out that shows the beauty of the Grand Canyon.  I could not get the whole thing in my camera frame.  :)
The last section of the book is devoted to facts to help you understand the geology of the Grand Canyon all the more.  By looking at the rocks found in the present, we can imagine what might have been in the past.   Layer by layer learning to appreciate the Grand Canyon.
 Mr. Chin explains some of this thinking as he created this book:


My Thoughts:
I never expected that a picture book, with illustrations as opposed to images, could convey to me the depth and breadth of the Grand Canyon.   This book helped me to see the immensity of it as well as the beauty of wonder.  Jason Chin did an excellent job.   A well crafted book that will benefit the classroom as well as individual enjoyment.


 Grand Canyon
By: Jason Chin
Roaring Brook Press
Pages: 56
Ages: 7 - 12 years
Type: Hardcover with fly
Approximately 10 x 12 inches

Reviewed for: Raincoast Books


Where can you find it?
Amazon.ca: Grand Canyon

Amazon.com: Grand Canyon




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Steady, A poem

Steady

The steadfast love of the Lord never changes
His mercies never come to end
They are new every morning
New every morning
Great is thy faithfulness Oh Lord
Great is thy faithfulness.

The steadfast love of the Lord.
Steady
Sure.
Unchanging. 
Never ending.
Geared toward those who Love him.
Who trust in the saving work of his son.

It is what we are called to be.
Steadfast...just as the Lord is.
Fighting against the sin within that causes us to NOT be steadfast.
Unchanging.
Sure. 
Not selfish.
Not wanting our own way.
But seeing the bigger picture.
So standing
Firm
Steadfast.
Unchanging.
Geared toward those who love the Lord.
Geared to turning hearts toward the one,
who ALWAYS has his heart turned toward us.

So let us stand
Steadfast
Steady.

copyright June 2017, Annette V.




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This is a five minute Friday post. the word prompt is brought to us by Miss Kate over at Five Minute FridayWhat is Five Minute Friday?  Well it's a party of a group of like minded folks who gather on Friday to do a five minute free write around a singular word.  AND THEN (and this is the most important part) we take the time to offer up encouragement to each other on this writing journey.  It's fun, though it's not always easy, but it is always good.   Come join us won't you?  You are always welcome.
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Review: Run with Me

 Run with Me is the story of an U.S. Olympic Champion which started in Jamaica and ended in Oregon.   Sanya Richards-Ross lived a life of faith combined with the joy of running.

Written towards youth as the intended audience, Ms. Richards-Ross speaks with a candor about listening to the Lord as you engage in your daily activities. She lists five P's that she has found pivotal to her life.

Ms. Richards-Ross has been running ever since she was a little girl.  Running was simply part of her life that she enjoyed.   She found it hard sometimes to push through (as every runner does) but the end result was a lady born to run, and to run with speed.

I remember watching her run in the Olympics and being amazed at her speed.







Learning from her coach the first four P's, a fifth was added for her faith.  Seeing her faith in God and learning how God made himself known to her was great to read about.  Learning to listen to voice of God is a great thing for anyone to learn.  You can see her work ethic, how she pushed through the pain, trained relentlessly (1000 reps at night), running races and PUSHING to win.   She had an end goal and worked until she achieved it.


My Thoughts:
I appreciated so much how the importance of listening to those who have gone on before you is stressed: from listening to her coach (who taught her the first four P's), to listening to her dad and enjoying his support, to the love of her family, and even to getting mental help from experts.   She learned from everyone around her, including God, how to make the game she played, better. 

Part of her end goal was to be a good role model for any youth that might come along after her.  To that end she used her physical condition, mental stability and work ethic to become the World and Olympic Champion that she is today. 

It was a good book to read, one that I think middle schoolers could enjoy and learn from.
They will most definitely enjoy her pictures that are included, in full colour, in the middle of the book.   Pictures from youth through to her Olympic wins.




Run With Me
Sanya Richards-Ross: the story of an U.S. Olympic Champion
ZonderKidz
Age: 8-12
Auto-biography
Hardcover
Pages: 208

Reviewed for: BookLookBloggers.


Where can you find it?
Amazon.ca: Run with Me: The Story of a U.S. Olympic Champion

Amazon.com: Run with Me: The Story of a U.S. Olympic Champion

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Parenting Series: Lost

Our children aren't just badly behaved at times, they are individuals lost in sin. Everything they do stems from that condition.   

This means you need to think about what a lost child needs.
1. Insight.  They need to see how they need your oversight and protection.  They need to understand that what they are fighting is the sin that is within them.

2. Compassion.  One doesn't get mad at a lost child, or scold them for being lost.  One offers aid to a lost child, doing their best to have them become found.

3. Hope.  As children begin to realize their lost condition, we can have hope.  We are then in a position to show them the help that is available to them. God sent his son to redeem them, all they need to do is call out to him for help and believe that he'll do so.

4. Rescue.  Parenting is a heart-rescue mission.  We can't force our children to turn to the Lord God.  All we can do is point the way.  We can address their heart issues, and praying that God will open their eyes and heart to him.

5. Wisdom.  Teaching our children how to say no.  To say no to sin, to the temptation to behave in ways they shouldn't.   This is an important concept to teach them.

I have found this chapter falls into line with the rest of the book.  The realization that we are no different from our children, and like them we have need for insight, hope, rescue, compassion and wisdom.  We so need God's intervention in our lives.

If we know this and truly accept it, then it makes it easier for us to offer it to our children don't you think?

To follow along in the rest of the series, go here.  

If you want to join in, amazon affiliate links below.

Amazon.ca:  Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family

Amazon.com:  Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family

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Art Book: Dangles

I don't know if you remember the handlettering A to Z book I put up a couple weeks back, but today I have a book called Dangles for you.  It's goes along with hand lettering quite handily, as well as being useful to mandalas, creative ring art and such like.

I have to be honest here, this book intrigues me yet scares me off.   Weird eh?

I am not what you'd call a girlie girlie, so I'm not into necklaces, charms, dangling things and such like.  Just not my style, Doesn't mean I can't enjoy them on others but for me...it's like NO. The art that is created with this concept just intrigues me cause it's actually kinda pretty.  :)

I know.. weird.   But it's me eh!  :)

Anyways, in Dangles you get 8 different section, each devoted to teaching you a different aspect of making a dangle.   From understanding what they are, to how to use them in different contexts.
 First off, just what is a dangle?   Dangles are "beautifully illustrated strings of charms that you can use to decorate letters, shapes and objects." (p.6)  They have no set boundaries, you can wrap them around an object, let them shoot up from the bottom of a page, let them dangle down from a letter and more.  They give you a way to personalize any design.

Ms. Kneibler starts with showing us how to add a dangle to a letter.
I appreciated how she took the time to show us a basic letter, how to add some style to that letter, and then showed how to add a dangle.   After that she gives the reader a chance to try their own hand at the letter, giving a letter outline so you can practice all the steps yourself.

She does this for every letter of the alphabet, showing how a dangle could work with both upper and lower case letters.


The letters section is followed by a section on adding dangles to complete words.    She repeats the process that she started with the letters, showing how to hand letter a word, then to add pattern to the word letters, and then to add dangles to that overall word.   Leaving room to practice what she just finished teaching you. 


One of the neat things that I found very helpful was how each section is colour coded.  You know if you are in the dark purple section that you will be learning about dangle shapes and mandalas.   In this section there is less room for practice.  It was more about showing you the different ways that dangles can be used in the making of shapes and mandalas. 
Isn't the finished mandala pretty?
 The golden rod section teaches us how to put it all together, the letters, the objects, just making it all work together.   It was hard to choose which one to share with you, but this bird and flower I thought was pretty neat eh?  The dangles just seem to flow naturally from it.
 Charming projects is the light blue section, it's not very large and focuses on how you can turn your dangle art into things like bookmarks and gift cards. 

One of the most helpful sections for me was the Charm Directory.   Seeing all the variety and the ways to put the different shapes together.  I just liked this section and found it helpful.  There were no names to put the designs, just showing all the variation which would be a huge boon when learning how to do this, so you can figure out more easily how to let your imagination soar. 

Aren't the possibilities astounding?

The final section is the colour gallery, here you will find each of the letters and words demonstrated, along with the page numbers they are found on for easy access. 


 So what do I think of the book overall?
Really well designed!   I like the step by step training, with the room and encouragement to try it out yourself.  Well done!

If adding charms to your hand lettering appeals, or you want to learn how to add charms to your drawings to add some pizzazz to them, this book will definitely help you learn how to do that, and to do it well.


Dangles: Creating Decorative Letters and Art with Charms.
Olivia A. Kneibler
Race Point
144 pages.
Type: Art Teaching Book, Drawing
Size: about 8 x 10 inches


Reviewed for Quarto Group


Where to find this book?
Amazon.ca: The Art of Drawing Dangles: Creating Decorative Letters and Art with Charms

Amazon.com:  The Art of Drawing Dangles: Creating Decorative Letters and Art with Charms
 


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