Classic Favorite Children's Stories

Classic favorite children's stories are always discounted at Schoolhouse Publishing Homeschool Store!

I'm sure you can tell by my selection of elementary programs that my favorite method of teaching young'ns is to cuddle up with them and learn. There are so many advantages to this method, including building love and trust between you the teacher and the student (invaluable as your kids get older), instilling confidence in them, and even including your preschoolers in your lessons. These classic children's stories are not just fun to read, some are historical, some geographical and others even scientific.

Hardcover

Cody loves to laugh and have a good time, and the beach is the perfect place!  But laughter at someone else's expense isn't really funny at all.   Scorching hot sand and foamy white waves offer a lesson about the power of words to build up...or tear down.   A little adjustment makes a huge difference as Cody, Wyatt, Emily & Sarah go from fear to fun in this refreshing story that's sure to make a splash! 

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The Garden Where I Grow -      Homeschool topics addressed:  Character development, Bible, Worldview. by Gary Bower...

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What Do Heroes Wear?     Homeschool topics addressed:  Character development, Bible, Worldview. by Gary Bower Not your...

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A Man Who Loved Money
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Softcover, 24 Pages

A Man Who Loved Money by Kyle Butt A Man Who Loved Money  tells the story of the rich, young man who asked Jesus what one must do...

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Softcover, 48 pgs, 9780394896953

Balto, the Bravest Dog Ever, is based on the true story of an Alaskan sled dog. In 1925 there was an outbreak of diptheria in Nome, Alaska.  Two children desparately need medicine, but the train bearing the life-giving medicine is stuck in the snow 700 miles away. 

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Bedtime for Frances
$6.99   $4.12
Softcover, 31 pgs, 9780064434515

Bedtime for Frances is a story that could be written by any parent!  Frances, an adorable badger, is facing bedtime.  Like kids everywhere, Frances has all kinds of delaying tactics up his sleeve: asking questions, checking for monsters, and so on.  Eventually, little Frances falls asleep.  A wonderful bedtime story for your children.

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Softcover, 48 pgs, 9780689716089

Billy was a little boy who wanted nothing more than his very own pony. Imagine his excitement when, for his birthday, he got his very own pony! From that day on, Billy was seldom seen without his new friend, Blaze. Billy and Blaze learned to trust and understand each other. They were a perfect team. But were they good enough to win the Silver Cup at the Mason Horse Show?

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Follow the Drinking Gourd
$7.99   $4.75
Softcover, 48 pgs, 9780679819974

In this children's Classic, Follow the Drinking Gourd, a sailor named Peg Leg Joe sees a need and bravely makes a musical plan to help runaway slaves get to the safety of the north. An excellent introduction to the Underground Railroad and the Civil War for your homeschooled elementary student. Written in 1988 by Jeanette Winter, this book is used in the Five In A Row 2.

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Goodnight Moon
$5.95   $3.57
Softcover, 34 pgs, 9780064430173

Goodnight Moon details the funny bedtime ritual of a little bunny.  Before going to sleep, the little bunny says goodnight to everything around him: the moon, the cow, the red balloon, the doll house, and so on.  The book is written in rhyme.  

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Softcover, 64 pgs, 9780064430227

Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson (I love his name! He sounds like the author of kids' books...) is a homeschool classic.  I remember reading this story when I was a child!  Harold has a crayon and an imagination. The adventures that result are entertaining - filled with drama and humor. This book is used in Five In A Row 2.

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Softcover, 136 pgs, 9781594678646

These exciting chapter books are written for children ages 8-12. Especially appealing to kids who enjoy animal stories, Harwinton Bear tells the story of Noah's ark. After all, Harwinton's ancestors would have been on the ark, witnesses of those horrific events. Thankfully they left a diary for posterity, and Harwinton's grandfather passes on those lessons to his grandson. 

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How to Make an Apple Pie
$7.99   $4.63
Softcover, 40, 9780679880837

How To Make an Apple Pie and See the World by Marjorie Priceman is another homeschool classic your early elementary learner will enjoy. An apple pie is an easy thing to make as long as you have the ingredients. If not, hang on!  This book is used in Five In a Row 1.

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