We love books at our house! It’s wonderful when I can go to my bookshelf and find a book on a topic we are studying, which saves me a trip to the library.
I have the world’s worst library. I am like a lamb being led to the slaughter. Every time I find a good book I want, I go to my library’s online catalog and type in the
I learned the hard way years ago not to depend on my library if I wanted good books for my children to read. I need quality books that can withstand being used by multiple children, bedtime read
Library and Educational Services carries many of the library bound books you would find at your local library for a very affordable price and they
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When I saw the Real Reads bundle from their reinforced hardcover library binding nonfiction books, I almost did a little dance. I have been waiting for my twelve-year-old daughter to be old enough to read Pride and Prejudice. It’s not an easy read and the language can be tough to comprehend. Real Reads are an introduction to the works of classic authors. They are a shorter retelling of the book with colorful illustrations, making them interesting and much easier to understand. These are a fantastic way to get a taste of the classics.
I chose the Real Reads – Especially for Girls – Set of 8.
Bleak House– Charles Dickens
A Christmas Carol– Charles Dickens
David Copperfield– Charles Dickens
Emma– Jane Austen
Persuasion– Jane Austen
Pride and Prejudice– Jane Austen
Sense and Sensibility– Jane Austen
She has already read Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. She loved them! They were a quick read for her and I don’t think it will take long to make it through the whole set.
What’s fun is most of these have
I love that she is being exposed to these classics in a way she understands. She will be more likely to pick up the original when she is older and better able to comprehend the complex language.
Library and Educational Services has several Real Reads sets and even one is for boys. I may go back for more of these!
Who Was…? Books
Besides their library bound books, Library and Educational Services also has 150 different paperback titles of the Who Was…? books. We chose the Who Was Jane Austen? book to review because of the Jane Austen books in the Real Reads bundle we got. Do you see a theme here? This was the perfect opportunity to give my daughter some background information about this author and then let her explore some of her works.
These books are very popular! My kids enjoy everything about them. We like to sit on the back porch and read a chapter a day. Then we talk about what happened.
What we love about them:
Loaded with interesting facts
Quick, easy read
Because there are so many titles in this series, you can find a book to supplement just about any subject you are learning about.
They sell all Who Was…? and What Was…? wholesale books for $2.89 each! If your kids like these books like mine do, then you buy a lot of them. I know where I will buy mine from now on.
Lifehouse Theater CD Series
Library and Educational Services also carries a Lifehouse Theater CD Series. I wish I would have chosen the Pride and Prejudice one to go along with my other selections, but I have a nine-year-old daughter who wanted to choose something too. She chose Rikki
This was a lot of fun to listen to. We played it in the car while running errands around town. Because Rikki-
The drama captivated my girls the moment it started. There are wonderful sound effects and great music. My youngest doesn’t love audiobooks, but this kept her attention. In fact, a few days after we finished it, I heard her and her sister listening to it again in their bedroom, and just this morning, my oldest daughter told me they have been listening to it every night before bed.
Here are some other title in the Lifehouse Theater CD Series:
The Emperor’s New Clothes
Hiding in Plain Sight
Job: A Modern Man
Pride and Prejudice
The Princess and the Pigs
The Misadventures of Tom Sawyer
Trapped in Aesop’s Fables!
Other Library Bound Books
We also reviewed Forged on Freedom: The Making of America – Set of 4 from their reinforced hardcover library binding nonfiction books. We are studying early American history this year and these fit perfectly with that.
The titles in this set are:
Roots of the Revolution
The Revolutionary War- The War of Freedom
The Constitution- Defender of Freedom
The Amendments to the Constitution
Each book is colorful and has great illustrations, but the pages aren’t overwhelming like some books I have seen. They read like a living book and make these subjects, which can sometimes be dry and difficult to comprehend, interesting and understandable. That was the main reason I chose this bundle.
So far my daughters (even the little one who can be picky about books) are enjoying these and picking up on little facts here and there. They are a great compliment to our studies and I’m glad we chose them.
What the homeschooler doesn’t love books? I am thrilled to have found Library and Educational Services LLC. It was exciting opening up our box when it arrived. These are the same quality as library bound books. I was so impressed with the wide variety of titles on their website.
You cannot beat the quality and selection of the wholesale books they carry. They will last you for years. If you have multiple children, you will have no problem using these books with all of them. And it was so much better than seeing red line on my library’s online catalog.