Christian Reading Books for Homeschoolers

The Lord graciously sends encouragement from readers. Here’s one that arrived today in the mail.IMG_5172“Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness,
and for his wonderful works to the children of men.”
Psalm 107:8

8 thoughts on “Christian Reading Books for Homeschoolers”

  1. Moody books are without a doubt the best children’s books available. Never ever anywhere will one find not one single questionable word, sentence or subject matter. Sarah, you are definitely gifted.
    Johnna and Stormie

    Thanks, Johnna and Stormie!

  2. Dear Sara,

    What a blessing that you are blessed with the gift of writing, which allows others to witness good wholesome Chrstain books.

    My son just adores the Moody books and his favorite book is ‘ Exciting Times With the Moody’s ‘
    Sue.

    Hi Sara, Thank you very much indeed for writing the Moody books. Davey

    Sue and Davey,

    Thank you!

  3. Awe! What a sweet note!
    My 5 year old sister was telling a story last night,and I heard her say the names “Max, Mollie, & Mitch”, so she must have been telling the story about them. πŸ™‚
    I am also very thankful you wrote the Moody books!!
    In Christ,
    Abby

    Thanks, Abby.

  4. How precious! Awhile ago I was reading book 9 to my younger siblings and 5-year-old April said, “She did a great job writing on this!” πŸ™‚ The Moody books are awesome and we’re grateful for your writing them! Praise the Lord and go Sarah! πŸ˜‰
    ~alyssa~

    Alyssa,
    Thanks for your encouragement.

  5. I too love the Moody books! Also, I think Kyla has very good penmanship!

    Thanks! Yes, Kyla has amazing penmanship–I agree!

  6. How sweet!
    My 8 children and I love the Moody books too!
    Many yummy sounding recipies are in the books. Are the actual recipies available somewhere? My children would love to try some of them “just like the Moody children”. Maybe a seperate Moody family cookbook is in order?

    Good question. I don’t see a Moody Cookbook on the horizon, but if you think of which recipes you’d like to have, please e-mail me, and maybe I’ll do a blog post occasionally on one ;).

  7. We love the Moody books here too. Harmony Joy drew a picture for who she calls the “real Moody girl”.

    Awww. So sweet.

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