Birthday Sale

March 30, 2014
Celebrating my birthday two years ago.
Celebrating my birthday two years ago.

My birthday is on Monday, and I think this might be the first year that I’m not particularly looking forward to it. Suddenly, it’s hitting me that I’m getting older. I’ve always looked young for my age, but lately, no one has mistaken me for a teenager. It used to be incredibly annoying when the receptionist at the dentist asked me if I was missing anything important in school that day, or someone mistook me for one of the teens at a homeschool event. Now, I would completely appreciate one of those comments. I always looked forward to my 30s – finally I wouldn’t be the youngest mom in the group, people would take me seriously – it would be awesome! I didn’t take into account the graying hair, the crows feet creeping up around my eyes, that extra 10lbs that just wont go away, or feeling like I’m going to die after playing soccer or jump rope with the kids for 10 minutes. Ah, 30s…you are not all you were cracked up to be.

So rather than throw a pity party, I’d like you to help celebrate my birthday! I thought I’d give you a gift. Starting now, you can take 15% off of your total order. Just use the coupon code: Birthday at check-out. The sale will end on Saturday, April 5.

So put on your party hat, eat a slice of fudgy chocolate cake with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream, and shop for next years curriculum!

I hope you will try out a program and join the Build Your Library family, – building young minds, one book at a time!

Current Full Grade Level Products Available for Purchase –
Kindergarten – Grade 1 – Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4 – Grade 5 – Grade 6

( Grade 7 coming July 2014 – Grade 8 coming 2015 )

Current Unit Studies – Supplemental Educational Products Available for Purchase
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s StoneHistory of ThanksgivingA Jan Brett Christmas
The HobbitDarwin and EvolutionSharks!

Other Educational Products –
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