FREE BOOKS from OSC!! (You pay shipping)
I am weeding through my books — homeschooling and other — and have some to offer. I’ll post more as I have them.
These books are free for the taking, if you pay postage. $2 for the first book, and $1 for each additional book you may want. You can use the “Donate” button on the right-hand column; that will take you to PayPal. Write in the “notes” section which one(s) you’d like and pay accordingly. I will send them via Media Mail.
Honor system: Please do not turn around and re-sell them. Please request them only if you have plans to use them personally.
(Links provided so you can read more about the book in question.)
1. The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind — This has a 5-star review on Amazon. Hardcover. Excellent condition. I received the book for free from the publisher, so I don’t feel right in selling it for profit. However, I didn’t care for the tone of the book. From what I read in the reviews, perhaps I just didn’t give it enough time…
2. Zebra Finches – ©1981, it appears this little hardcover is still in print. I bought it brand-spankin’ new about 30 years ago, when I bought some zebra finches. I kept zebra finches for five years or so, as a kid. 🙂 It’s a pet-care book.
3. The Christian Mother Goose Treasure, Part II — Personally, I am partial to the original Mother Goose, but if this sounds appealing to you, it’s yours!
4. Parents and Children Together — Expanding Your Child’s Vocabulary — This 69 page booklet was given to me. It is full of great ideas, and has some attractive cartoon illustrations… but it’s the sort of thing that would sit on my homeschooling bookshelf until I get “around to it”, and in the words of St. Augustine (culled from the Sunday Arizona Republic newspaper), “Modo et modo no habebant modum.” (By and by never comes.)
5. Rocks & Minerals — Teacher resource and student activity book (with info and instructions for the teacher and copyable work pages for the student). Appropriate for grades 6-9 (though it says for grades 5-8+) This would be a good supplement for a geology science curriculum. I found it somewhat worthwhile, but somewhat confusing, as many of the projects require more of a knowledge of geology than I have. You may find it worth sifting through and choosing which activities to use.