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Noodleboro Picnic Game - Review
The Noodleboro Picnic Basket game to teach manners by Playskool is a disappointment, unless your children are younger than the recommended age. Save your money and get a "please" and "thank you" chart.
Post Easter Soup
Use the ingredients from Easter supper to make a delicious, healthful soup.
Temples : Sacred v Secret
Why are church members concerned about dramatic portrayals of temple ordinances?
Camp-Ins and Living Room Passport Suggestions
Suggestions for creative, maybe even educational,family bonding at home. An alternative to packing up and driving all day for a weekend getaway.
The Day the Babies Crawled Away - Book Review
A Review of Peggy Rathmann's The day the Babies Crawled Away. A legend in his own mind, the hero of this story saves the day against a visually exciting backdrop.
Brown Angels - Book Review
Brown Angels is a poigniant, captivating collection of antique photography that captures the universal state of human being found in the faces of children long ago.
Eyelike Opposites - Book Review
Not your average book of opposites! Gorgeous photography and unique categories make this a treat.
FHE on DVD - Product Review
An entire FHE lesson on DVD, complete with interaction, gospel discussion, and The Spirit? No prepping, planning, stressing, or weeping? No gnashing of teeth? I think I've found it.
Two Books To Help Observe Holidays
Two things we do on Religious Holidays: Go to church and eat! Here is a review of two books that might help out-- an interfaith etiquette guide and a holiday cookbook!
The Atonement and the Principle of Grace
How can we be commanded to be perfect? How is it that His yoke is easy? As we approach Easter, a study of the Atonement and the often-misunderstood principle of Grace point to the answer.
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