Sit yourself down for a spell, and restore your soul! Infused with Charlotte Mason's gentle art of learning, this calming book follows Carol, a 1930s homemaker, as she adjusts to her first year living at Blackberry Inn. Refresh yourself as you drop into her idyllic world of canning, cleaning, homeschooling, baking, and other scenes of faith, hope, hospitality, love, and the lost art of homemaking! Written as a sequel to Pocketful of Pinecones
, Lessons at Blackberry Inn
may also be read as a stand-alone novel. A delightful treat for the homeschool mother. 224 pages, softcover.
Lessons at Blackberry Inn can be read as a stand-alone inspirational and instructional homeshool guide for moms, or as a sequel to Karen's popular Pocketful of Pinecones. Practical homeschooling ideas, a dose of the Charlotte Mason method, a bit of family drama and mystery, and the forgotten value of homemaking fill every nook and cranny of its pages.
Beautifully illustrations by Nigel Andreola bring the 1930's back to life.
The cover is an original cross stitch by Karen Andreola
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