The Big Fat Notebooks you’ll want on your shelf this year

The Big Fat Notebooks you'll want on your shelf this year
Written by Jamie C. Martin of Simple Homeschool

I first heard about Big Fat Notebooks from LeVar Burton of Reading Rainbow (you guys know I am a fan!), who tweeted a photo of them. I was immediately intrigued, drawn to their bright colors and concept.

So when the opportunity came my way to partner with Workman Publishing and share them with you in this space, I gave it a definite yes. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this series, and now that we’ve had them in our home for a few weeks, I’m just as excited!

Since my kids hit double-digits, more than once I’ve looked nostalgically at our shelf of encyclopedia-type titles (like the Core Knowledge Series/Childcraft books), wishing there was something similar for older ages. Well, the folks behind Brain Quest have created it!

Here’s an overview:

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“It’s the revolutionary study guide series just for middle school students from the brains behind Brain Quest.

The BIG FAT NOTEBOOK series is built on a simple and irresistible concept—borrowing the notes from the smartest kid in class. There are five books in all, and each is the only book you need for each main subject taught in middle school: Math, Science, American History, English Language Arts, and World History.

Inside the reader will find every subject’s key concepts, easily digested and summarized: Critical ideas highlighted in neon colors. Definitions explained. Doodles that illuminate tricky concepts in marker. Mnemonics for memorable shortcuts. And quizzes to recap it all.”

Just as bright and interesting on the inside as on the outside, my kids will go back to these reference books again and again, and I can consult them as a teacher when covering specific topics or answering their questions.

Here are the titles and what’s in each one:

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Everything You Need to Ace Math . . . covers everything to get you over any math hump: fractions, decimals, and how to multiply and divide them; ratios, proportions, and percentages; geometry; statistics and probability; expressions and equations; and the coordinate plane and functions.

Everything You Need to Ace Science . . . takes readers from scientific investigation and the engineering design process to the Periodic Table; forces and motion; forms of energy; outer space and the solar system; to earth sciences, biology, body systems, ecology, and more.

Everything You Need to Ace American History . . . covers Native Americans to the war in Iraq. There are units on Colonial America; the Revolutionary War and the founding of a new nation; Jefferson and the expansion west; the Civil War and Reconstruction; and all of the notable events of the 20th century—World Wars, the Depression, the Civil Rights movement, and much more.

Everything You Need to Ace World History . . . kicks off with the Paleolithic Era and transports the reader to ancient civilizations—in Egypt, Greece, India, China, Africa, Rome; the middle ages across the world; the Renaissance; the age of exploration and colonialization, revolution and imperialism, and the modern world and the wars and movements that shaped it.

Everything You Need to Ace English Language Arts . . . covers everything to get you your best marks: grammar, including parts of speech, active and passive verbs, Greek and Latin roots and affixes; nuances in word meanings; textual analysis, authorship, structure, and other skills for reading fiction and nonfiction; and writing arguments, informative texts, and narratives.

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To earn a coveted spot on Jonathan’s crowded couch of books is no small feat!

When our Big Fat Notebooks arrived, it wasn’t long before my oldest two, Trishna and Jonathan, disappeared with them.

Since Trishna has a visual impairment, it can be tough when most books for her age (13) are in tiny print. She was excited to see that these use a larger, colorful font that is more comfortable for her. And Jonathan immediately went straight for the science volume, to check out how much information they had about weather inside. (Answer? A whole chapter!)

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This week Workman Publishing wants to give a set of Big Fat Notebooks to one of you as well!

Note: This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!

The Prize

One Simple Homeschool reader will win an entire set of Big Fat Notebooks as well as school supplies including highlighter/pen combos, a notepad, and jigsaw sticky notes!

To be entered to win, leave a comment on this post answering this question: How old are your kids, and which installment of the Big Fat Notebooks do you think would interest them most?

Note: This giveaway is open to those with US addresses only. So sorry, international readers.

(If you’re reading this via email or reader, you must click here to leave your comment on this post at Simple Homeschool. Comments or emails left elsewhere don’t count as entries.)

Big Fat Notebooks

This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!

This post is sponsored by Workman Publishing. All opinions are my own!

About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She is the co-founder and editor of Simple Homeschool, where she writes about mindful parenting, intentional education, and the joy found in a pile of books. Jamie is also the author of a handful of titles, including her newest release, Give Your Child the World.

Comments

  1. Would LOVE these books

    • I have a daughter named Jerusha! We’ve only met one other girl with that name before. Also named after Jerusha Edwards?

    • Donna Moses says:

      Our daughter is 10 and said she really wants all of them, but would ask for American History first.

    • My kids are 6, 5, and 1. We are working above our level and would Our eldest loves English!!

    • 11yo & 7yo. They both love research and would probably love the history & science best. They all look amazing!

      • Lori Barranco says:

        My kids are 12 and 16. I think the Science would interest them most. However, I’m intrigued by the Math and English books.

    • My kids are 8 and 10. We are a huge science family and would devour science although I would benefit from reading American history so I could teach the kids!

    • Bethany Hall says:

      My kids would love either the world history or American history. They are 13, 10, 4 and 9 months. What a wonderful set of books!

    • My kids would love these! They are 9, 7, and 3. The Language Arts one would be useful but so would the History. Definitely going on my to-purchase list!

    • My daughter is 13 and needs all the help she can receive!!!!!

    • My kids are 11 and 13. I think my daughter would probably appreciate the English most, and my son the math. They look really cool!

    • Vickie Goodman says:

      I homeschool two boys, my own son (10), and a friend’s adopted son (12). The science and history books would be right up their alley. They can’t get enough of history! These books look like great additions to our library!

    • Awesome! My kids are 9 and 10 and they would love the science one.

    • Sharmin Ariturk says:

      My 6th grader, Maria, says that she will love to get them all!!! But she is especially keen about the American History.

    • 12year old would love science book. 14 yr old would love English

    • Mario Vasquez says:

      My daughter is home schooling hrr children and love to give them the love for learning. These books would give them the boost they need. Even if I do not win send me ordering information please!

  2. My kids are 12, 11, 8, and 7. I have three science nuts, so I know the science one would be a big hit, and my oldest loves world history, so that one would get tons of use as well. This series looks fantastic.

  3. My son is 10, and would go cràzy for the science volume especially. But, he’d no doubt read them all in turn!

  4. My kids are 8, 6, and 22 months. We are studying American History this year, so that would be an awesome one to look at! I haven’t seen these before, very cool.
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  5. My kids are 9, 7 & 2. It’s hard to decide which they would like the most. Maybe science, english or one of the histories. They all look great!

  6. Mu oldest is 11 and would definitely grab the history books!

  7. My oldest is 10 and would love the science book!

  8. My girls are 10 and 11. They would love all of these books. I think I would enjoy them too!

  9. My kids are 8 and 6 and I think my 8 year old would love the history.

  10. My oldest three are 11, 13, & 14–these all look like a fabulous addition to our bookshelves! I love history, so those intrigue me the most, but I could see my kids enjoying them all.

  11. I have two daughters, 12 and 10. What a gift these books would be. I know one would be diving into history and the other science! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  12. Elizabeth says:

    My children are 11, 8, 5 and 2. All of these books look fabulous and would be loved for different reasons. I’m perhaps most intrigued by the science one because I’m an English major, so science is something we could use some outside help on in our homeschool. Thank you so much for offering these!

  13. This is such an amazing idea. My son would love these. He is 13. He loves science but struggles with some math concepts. I think math would help him the most.

  14. My kids are 6 and 8. They would live the science and history books!

  15. I have a 10 year old daughter that’s science CRAZY! I know she would enjoy these books.

  16. Lise McGuinness says:

    My daughter is 7, and would love the American History one right now (and all of them eventually!) A friend highly recommended these, too. Thanks for the chance to win!

  17. My oldest son is 8, and he would go crazy for these. Especially the math and science editions! These books look amazing, thanks for sharing!

  18. These books look amazing. My kiddos are 14, 12 and 9. I think they would really enjoy the history books.

  19. My kids are 6, 8, and 10. We are huge science and math nuts, but maybe the others would help us with the subjects we don’t do as well in!

  20. My kids are 7, 11, & 15. My son would enjoy the science & history books. My girls would enjoy the science.

  21. We’re a big family of six kids, ages 19, 16, 13, 11, 4, and 2. My kids would say world history looks the most interesting, but personally I’d go for math, since that seems to be what my kids struggle with the most. This set looks amazing!

  22. These look AMAZING!!! I just added them to my wish list! My kids are 6, 8 and 10 and their favorite would be science. Mine might be math. 🙂

  23. My 12 year old son would dive into the history books. My nine year old daughter would love them all!

  24. These look awesome! My kids are 13, 10, 3 and 1. I think the big boys would love the History books.
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  25. My kiddo will definitely go for the science notebook first!

  26. Wow! These look amazing! My kiddo would want the science or the math. I’d be all about the history, myself.
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  27. My kids are 10, 7 and 4 and I think the science book would be the most popular here though the English book would probably take a close second!

  28. Kathy Gonzales says:

    My last two at home are 16 & 17 . They would love the English and World History ! I am putting this set of books on my wish list for further research .

  29. Andrea Deis says:

    My daughter is 11. I think she would love the science and history notebooks. Fingers crossed!!

  30. I have an 11 year old son and a 9 year old daughter. They would both love the history and science books. My 11 year old has been looking for a math reference book, but hasn’t liked any he’s seen so far, this looks like it’ll be a good fit!

  31. My daughter are 6 and 7. They would both go for the history notebook. Thank you

  32. My kids are 13 and 10 and they’d probably love the science and American history books.

  33. These look awesome! My oldest is 9, but is advanced and loves science. He always has his head in some information book or other while asking ” Mom, did you know…” My younger son loves American History. Thanks for sharing!

  34. Leah warren says:

    My kids have always been fascinated with Amerocan History so that one for sure, but I would be interested to see what was in that Math one : )

  35. My daughter is 8. She’d most like the American history one, and most needs the science. I saw these on display at my local independent bookstore and immediately put them on my wish list.

  36. Jennifer McCumbers says:

    I would love to win this set. My kids are 16, 11, and 3. I think the math may be most helpful to us, but I’m eager to see them all. 🙂

  37. These look so fun! We have 5 kids who would love these. I have a 15 yo daughter and 13, 9, 6 and 2 yo sons. The science book may be the first one they’d open.

  38. Kristy Roblee says:

    My kids would love these books! The science one would probably be the fave:) Cool!!!

  39. My oldest is 9. He would love the science and history books!

  40. These look wonderful! Me – I’d love the Language Arts and History, but my three kiddos? They’d be diving for the Math and Science books!
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  41. Crystal Malek says:

    My kids are 13, 12, 10, 8 and 6…and the Language Arts book for sure would be the most used right now!!

  42. Joy Edwards says:

    My kids are 8 and 10. They would love that science book. My son loves weather too!!

  43. My kiddos are 10, 7, 6, 3, and 1. I think the World History would be loved the most but can see a lot of enjoyment from several of the books and value from all of them.

  44. I have a 12 year old and 10 year old and they both love History especially American History! They would devour these books!

  45. This series looks great. I love that they are so kid oriented in the right way.

  46. I love the look of these! My 14 yr old would enjoy science but I think she would use math and language arts the most.

  47. I have 2 boys 12 & 9!! Already added American history and language arts to my Amazon cart but would LOVE to win this set!! Looks amazing!!

  48. We are struggling in math for my oldest, who is 13. So we would use the Math one the most. I have four children ages 13, 10, 8, and 4.

  49. My son is 10 and would love the history book!

  50. I have never heard of Big Fat Notebooks….they look awesome! I have a 16 yr old, a 10 yr old and a 3 yr old. These would be great for my 10 yr old. He would love the American History, (he really, really gets into it, especially our presidents). I have a feeling he will like World History also, we just have done much with World History yet. Jamie, this is a GREAT gift!

  51. Karyn Hostetter says:

    My kids are17,15,12,and 10. Science would interest the majority.

  52. My kids are 6, 4, and four months. I would love this history, because those would be the most fun for me! But they would probably like the math the best.
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  53. My kids are 9, 7, 5, 3, and 1 and the oldest three would love the World History book!

  54. Fun! My boys would probably enjoy the Science book best — but the Math book might be the most helpful.

  55. My kids ages are 17, 17, 17, 17, 10 and 3. I would LOVE to get these for my 10-year old daughter’s homeschool, but know my older teens would enjoy them very much – all of them! My 10-year old would first reach for the science book, for sure. Thank you for doing the giveaway!

  56. Sorry! They are 11, 9, and 4.

  57. Cynthia Infanger says:

    We have 5 but are only homeschooling the 13 year old this year. All of these would be a huge help. Math would be the starting point this year.

  58. My oldest is 9 and these look right up her alley. We are studying American history this year, but she would probably like science most. Language Arts and Math would be the most helpful 😉

  59. Shannon Kuhn says:

    My kids are 12 (13 in a couple weeks), 10, 8, and 6. They love science and history. My 10 year old would probably love all of them. These look like awesome books, I would love to add them to my bookshelf!

  60. I have an 11 year old girl who would love the Science Big Fat Notebook. I also have 7 year old girl who loves all things geography; I’m hoping the Big Fat Notebooks of World and US History have lots of maps for her! Finally, I have a 3 year-old boy who watches his big sisters so intently and copies all the big-kid stuff they do. I love that he loves big, fat books of all kinds just because they do! Thanks for all you do, Jamie. We love you around here 🙂

  61. My kids are 12 and 8 and science would be an immediate favorite.

  62. These look so neat! My kids are 9, 7, 6, and 4. I think they would like the World and American History the best.

  63. These look awesome, ages 8 and 5. Science and American History probably be our favorites!

  64. My boys are 6 and 4. They would enjoy the science book the most.

  65. Lorianne Stogsdill says:

    My kids are 9, 6 and 4. My nine year old would devour the history books, while my six year old would probably go for the math book! I love the way these look, and they are definitely going on my wish list!

  66. I have a 10 year old who would love the history books. What a great giveaway. Thanks

  67. Kate O'Brien says:

    These look so fun! I love the bigger font and how colorful they are. My children are 8 and 10. I know they would love to dig into the science one first. Then maybe one of the history books.

  68. My Children are 13 and 9. I know my oldest would love the science, but I know that we would use the math for both of them.

  69. Bernadette says:

    Cool books! My kids are 9, 7 and 4. I think they would love the Science book the best, but they might surprise me with loving the History:-)
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  70. Oh, wow, these look awesome Jamie!! Our “baby” just turned 17 and would love love love these books!! Thanks for the great giveaway!! 😊

    • Oops I forgot to add, she especially would love the American History volume as that and US Government are her history for the year!! Squeal 😄

  71. Katie McClave says:

    These look FANTASTIC! I have a 9 and 15 year old they would like the History for sure! I’m ordering the Math for myself!! If we win the set I can share the Math with another Mom who needs it!!!

  72. My children are 16, 9, and 6. These are awesome! I think they would love the science and history. But I think the others would be great resources as well.

  73. My daughters are 7 and 4. I think they would love them all but that the science one would be the first to be devoured!!

  74. I have one daughter who is 8, and by the looks of it, the science one would be a hit in our family!

  75. Cynthia Brotzman says:

    These are amazing! My children are 11 and 14. The science volume would be a big hit.

  76. Ages 15, 14, 12, 5, & 4. History or science!

  77. I have an 11, 9, 8, and 6 year old, they all love history so that would probably be their favorite!

  78. Kristin O says:

    how fun!!! my oldest two are learning about world history this year so they’d love that… but all four of my kids would dig the science one, too!

  79. We have a 10, 8, and 6 year old. They would use the science and math the most this year. Thanks.

  80. These look so great! My kids are 6, 3, and infant – my oldest loves reading different encyclopedias already, so I’m sure these would be a big hit down the road, especially the science!

  81. My kids would love these! Esp my advanced 7 year old!

  82. Our 11 year old would read the science and history books cover to cover. What an exciting resource to have available!

  83. My kids are 14 and almost 10. I’d say the one they’d most be interested in would be the science or history, but the most NEEDED would probably be math! These do look great and I hope to get a closer look at them soon–what a great addition to the resource shelf.

  84. Chris Mcginn says:

    My kids are 11 and 8. I think the science volume would be a big hit.

  85. My son is 12 and would LOVE the science one! Definitely going to check these out!

  86. Heather Minardi says:

    My boys are 9, 8, and 4. They all look great! I would love to have them all.

  87. Madeleine says:

    Our kids are 15, 13, 9 & 5 and the history books would be well loved in this house. They all look great!

  88. My daughters are 11, 9 and 5. My 11 year old would go for the history books, and my 9 year old would grab the science!

  89. Wow!! These are super! I have two boys 13 and 11 and I know one would love the science and the other the world history.

  90. My kids are 8 and 11. They would like the science and English books.

  91. We would love these. They seem like they would be useful for years.

  92. My daughter is 11 and she would devour the World history and the American history!
    Thanks for sharing these!

  93. Trish Cannon says:

    Isaac will soon be 10. He is racing ahead with math, so I know he’d love that volume! The great thing about the other books is that the kid friendly interface will engage him enough to really enjoy ALL of his lessons.

  94. Fun! My girls are 9 & 11, and they would probably be drawn to world history. I remember loving to thumb through encyclopedias as a child.

  95. My children are ages twelve, ten, and six. Hands down we’d be great fans of both history books. Thank you for the opportunity to take part in this exciting series!

  96. My kids are all a bit young for these (8, 5, 2, .25), but the 8yo read about these over my shoulder and thought they sounded fantastic. She would love the science or math especially (and would not emerge from reading them for days, even if she didn’t understand everything).

  97. Tracy Emery says:

    Wow! Thanks for sharing about Big Fat Notebooks!!! These look amazing and I’m guessing my two middle school daughters would devour them all…but, if I had to choose one – I’d have to go with “Science”! What a tremendous opportunity to enter a giveaway for these books! We’d love them all!!!

  98. My kids are 8, 5 and 1. The science book would be devoured in our home this year, but I bet they’d all get well-worn within a few years! Thanks!!

  99. This look amazing! Will definitely look into them! We would love World History, but honestly, any would be so much fun. Thank you for the giveaway!

  100. I have an 8yo and a 10yo. They would love the science book.

  101. My boys are 12 and almost 9. I think the firstborn would grab world history and go for WW1 to if it had anything new to say. The younger is a wild card. I’m actually curious to see which he would pick up – or IF he would pick one up at all. I’d likely be curled up withe the language arts book.

  102. Rebecca Kayser says:

    These look so fun! My kids are 14, 12, and 8. I would have one kiddo most interested in Science another in US History and another in World History. SO EXCITED!!

  103. Tamara Wilkins says:

    These look so fun! My daughter’s are 11 and 8, and my son is 4. I could see us using and enjoying them all, but referencing math quite a lot…

  104. I have kids ages 7, 10, and 12. I think they would really enjoy the Math and Science books.

  105. Love the look of these. My son is 10 and would probably pick up the world history book first. Thanks.

  106. I have a 9, 6 and 3 who love,love,love math and science. I went to Amazon and seen these. They look awesome. I would love to add this collection to our book shelves.

  107. My children are 19, 16, 13, 7, 5 and 18 months. I think they would love the History one. But, I bet the Science or Math would bet the most use.

  108. My kids are 12 and 13 and we’re studying American History this year! They would love to add any of these notebooks to our library, but I think AmHist would be a favorite. Thanks for organizing this contest!

  109. My kids are 11 and 6 years old and I know that either American History or the Science book would interest them and be of great use!

  110. I’d love one of each! LOL! I think my kids would like the history and science books best. I have a 13, 11, and 7 year old.

  111. I have two girls 10 and 8. I have one who is a historian and anothe math and science whiz. So, math, science and history would be the hit at our house.

  112. These look amazing. Boys ages 8 and 6. Definitely the science book would be a hit. Thank you.

  113. Mama Rachael says:

    I have a son who is 5 and we just started kindergarten. My second is due any day now. We love books like this! We have the Usborne Science Encyclopedia, and an Usborne History Encyclopedia. and My Bibliophile self would love to have this set, too! Really, I think I would got for the LA book and the science book. Little Man would go for the science and math book. 😀

  114. My children are 7 & 2. They all sound great, but the history would probably be the top pick for us! Thanks!

  115. I have kids entering 8th, 5th, 4th and kinder this year. The science would be a great hit all around, but we are studying American History in school this year so the History one would be fabulous.

  116. My kids love everything about science. The science book would be their choice!

  117. Jamie Carbone says:

    My kids are 8 and 5. They would most likely enjoy the science volume best. Thanks!

  118. Erin bergen says:

    These notebooks are right up our alley!!!

  119. My daughter is 11. I think she would like them – the illustrations appeal to her artistic/visual side. I thought World History, in particular; she agreed but thinks Math mainly. She thinks it might make the subject more fun.

  120. These look excellent for where we are in our homeschooling! We have two daughters, 11 and 7 and a baby boy. I think that the Science book would interest them most because they are always thinking up experiments . . . But I’m hoping American History will soon be on their mind because that is our focus for history this year. Thanks so much for the opportunity to win these books!

  121. We would love these! Science would be the biggest hit here!

  122. My kids are 9, 7 and 6. We just started our first journey through Story of the World, so I suspect they’d be drawn to World History to see more about the early civilizations to whom we’ve been introduced.

  123. Great article. My son’s name is Tobias and I’ve only met one adult and one child with the same name. He just started kindergarten. No one ever forgets meeting Tobias. We would love big fat notebooks even if they are too far ahead right now.
    Thanks again for the great article.

  124. My kids are ages 8,10,12,14,15,17…they would love the history one…and my boys particularly the science one! Love how its laid out so well..not too wordy on each page! It draws you in!

  125. Rachel Cook says:

    My kids are 13, 10, 10, 6, and 2. We are really into science, so I’m that one would be a big hit. But I know that all of them would be loved by my older three.

  126. Stephanie Howard says:

    My kids are 11,12,13 & 16. I’m thinking they would love the Science the most. Except my oldest, she would love the English book!

  127. My kids are 15, 14, and 12 and we’d love the history ones! Both American history and world.
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  128. Would love this books, for my son!!! He loves books.

  129. Amy Johnston says:

    These look like so much fun! My kids are 13 and 10. I think they would like the science one the most. I would love the English one!

  130. What a cool concept! My kids are 8, 10, almost 14, and 17. I’m pretty sure that all of these books would get plenty of use, even from the oldest. The math and science editions popped out at me first, though.

  131. These look wonderful. My 9 & 11 years olds would love them – especially the science & history volumes!

  132. My 6 and 14 year old sons would enjoy science and history the most. Thank you!

  133. My son is six, but he loves looking through reference books like this. He would love the science one!

  134. My kids are 12, 9, and 8. I am positive that the science notebook would be the big favorite around here!

  135. Science! How Fantastic!!!

    My kids ages: 10, 9, 8, 6, 4, 18 months. Would love to have this at the beginning of our Junior High years for everyone to get to devour!

  136. My 7yo would most enjoy the science book, but I am so excited to check out the world history book. It sounds life exactly what I’ve been looking for!

  137. My children are 14, 12, 9, 5, and 1. My oldest would devour the world history, and the middles the science!

  138. Katrina Morgan says:

    My children are ages 8, 10, 12, & 15 years. They would like the Math the most as it is our weak subject. Thank you for the opportunity.

  139. Wow these look fantastic!!! I’m thinking the Science book would be at the top of our list.

  140. My kids are 10, 8, 6, 5, 3, and 14months. My daughter who is 10 would enjoy the English, my 8 year old son would enjoy the Science, and my 6 and 5 year olds would enjoy the history.

  141. I’ve heard of these, they sound amazing! The science one would definitely be read the most around here, though I imagine the history one would get plenty of use as well. My kids are 11, 9, 8, 6, 4 and almost 2.

  142. Sandy Anker says:

    Oh my goodness! What an amazing series. My 12 and 15 year old girls would be fighting over the world history book. (Btw, we are using Give Your Child the World as the spine of our studies this year!)

  143. Oh wow – would love, love, love that set of books. What a neat idea!!! My kids are 14, 12, & 10. Love when you showcase great new books – thank you for doing that!

  144. My daughter is 9 and she would be interested in the science and world history. These books look really awesome I think even my two 4 yr olds would love the science books. They’re constantly surprising me with questions on space and how the world works (last night at bath time they were asking, what is gravity). Whaaat?! Haha way awesome books, we would love these!! Thanks!!

  145. Erin Allport says:

    Oh my gosh, they are beautiful! My kids are 8, 9, and 12. I really don’t know which one they’d like the best. I think they would love both of the history ones and the science one for sure….and maybe even the english and math too…. 🙂
    Can’t wait to get my own set!

  146. Our daughters would love these especially the language arts and science ones. They are ages 8, 10, and 13.

  147. Brandy Baker says:

    Wow! What a terrific resource…..I have never heard of these! I’m sure they would be a well-loved addition to our home library! I have 16 and 15 year old daughters and a 10 year old son, and I can already envision them fighting over the science book now!

  148. I have a 9,7, 4 and 1 year old. We love science and this set would be such an amazing addition to our library!

  149. My kids are 10,8,8, and 6 – and all of these look simply amazing. Although I must say, my oldest daughter would love the science book and the world history would be perfect for us this year! Definitely looking to add these to our library!

  150. Amy Carter says:

    My boys are 10 and 9. They are little scientists, and would definitely love the science one! This looks like an amazing series!

  151. Rosemary Starr says:

    Our kids are 16, 14, 12 & 10. Man these books look fantastic! The kids would like the science and history but I want the math book! Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

  152. We have five children; are oldest are 10 and 8. They would for sure love the world history and science. I know they would love them all as well the younger children to follow!

  153. Stephanie says:

    My kiddos are 8, 6, 4, 2 and 9 mos. I’m certain they all would be read often but I think science might be the front runner for them.

  154. My kids are 6 and 9. They would be most interested in the history and science books.

  155. Our kids are 7 and 10 and the Science and American History books would totally be most interesting to them!

  156. Katherine C says:

    My kids are 7,5, and 11 weeks. My oldest loves reading books. He especially likes reading ALL the captions in books. I think he would pick the science book first. He loves the old reading rainbow episodes we get from the library with Levar Burton:-) Love that show, so good your kids like these books. My kids would love growing into these.

  157. I have a 7 year old, 5 year old, 3 year old, and 1 year old. These are probably a bit ahead of where we are, but the older too would love the science version anyway!

  158. My kids are 11 and 7. Math would likely be the used book in our home but really they all look great!

  159. Michelle F. says:

    My oldest is 13 and she would like the science and history books. My 10 year old is our writer and would like the language arts books. My youngest is 7 and hasn’t quite figured out her favorite subjects yet.

  160. My daughter is 11 and my son is 8 today! I feel the lack of relevant reference books in our homeschool these days and these look really intriguing. Unless we are so lucky as to win this give away, I will look into buying a couple to check them out. I would start with english and science though it is a tough decision!

  161. I have two boys, 12 and 13 who would enjoy the science!

  162. These look so neat! My boys are 11,8,&5. The oldest would be drawn to the science book and the other too would love the math book.

  163. Kellie Conn says:

    I am a new home school mother researching for the best books to fit my 12 year old boy. The Science and History books would be of great value! The books look fun and inviting. I would love to sit and read them with my son.

  164. My oldest (18) starts college in a few days but he would enjoy the history, particularly American. My kids at home are 15, 11, and 7. I know the 11-yr old would devour the science! I’d like to think my 15-yr old would enjoy the attractive presentation for math (her least favorite subject). These all look terrific and fun.

  165. My kids are 10 and 8. My son would eat up the history books – whether it’s assigned or not! They certainly wouldn’t be spending much time on the shelf if we owned these books.

  166. My children are 12, 7, and 3 years old. The History volume would probably be the most used volume, but any/all of them look like they would never be on a shelf.

  167. Thank you for this give away! My kids are 11, 7, 5, and 1. My 11 year old would enjoy the history books the most.

  168. Even though my oldest is only 6 I think he would LOVE the science book. I’m a firm believer of having a variety of books a couple of reading levels higher than my kids need so they can “grow” into them. These would be a great addition to our ever growing library.

    • Sherry Vaughn says:

      I have one child and she is 9. She would love both the science and the world history books. (I think the math book will be a great addition to our home library and have put it at the top of our Amazon wish list.)

  169. My kids are 21, 19, and 13, and I think all of these books would interest all three of them, even my “graduates.”

  170. My girls would love these books, even the 2nd grader. The favorites would be Math and Science. My favorite would be World History.

  171. My oldest is 14 and would go straight for American History. But, let’s be honest, I want to read these too!

  172. My homeschoolers are 12, 7, and 5. They would love the world history book.

  173. Victoria Turner says:

    My son is 13 and this would help him in school so very much. I’m sure he would grab the science book first.

  174. These look great! 11 & 10, would love the Science and American History I think!

  175. My kids are 12, 10, and 8. They would love the science book.

  176. Stephanie says:

    My kids are 12 & 9. They would be most interested in World History and Science.. respectively but I can see them all being great.

  177. I have 2 children, ages 12 and 13, and I know my 12 year old would devour the language arts volume. I’d never see the math volume after my 13 year old found it.

  178. Tammy Jones says:

    My children are 14, 12 and 6. They would probably be most interested in the Histories and Science. However, I think the Math and English would be helpful for me to teach with. What a great series! Thank you for the opportunity to win!!

  179. My kids are 7.5 and 10, I think they’d like the Science book the most but would likely devour the math and english ones as well

  180. Camille Lopez says:

    My kids are 15,13,11 and 8. They have landed more from books like these , than any curriculum had. They just love books with factoids like this. Thank you for the opportunity, I love how they have made some of the core, sometimes not so fun subjects do inviting and fun!

  181. My kids are 10 & 13. Youngest would definitely choose Science, oldest would most likely devour all of them! Thank you for sharing this; I’m going to look them up right now.

  182. My kids are 9, 7, 5, and 3. My oldest daughter would love the World History book, but honestly I am excited to read the English book!

  183. My kids are 14, 12 an 4. My daughter would love science, my son would love world history and the four year old would just try to draw in them 😀

  184. My kiddos are 7 and 4. My daughter would absolutely love the Science, while my son would go crazy for the Math. What great books!

  185. My kids are 8, 10, & 12 and I know it would be a toss up between Science and History.

  186. My sweet babes are 7 and 8. Both would gobble up the Science and my daughter would be equally excited about the history. These look amazing! Thanks so much for the opportunity.

  187. Our children are 10, 9, 6, 4, 1, and -0.5. =)
    The biggest kid would love the math one. The next 2 would enjoy the science one. I would like the history one.

  188. Christina says:

    My kids are 8, 9, 10, 16, 18. One would like the science volume, another would like the history volume. Sadly, I don’t think anyone but me would like the math volume.

  189. Jennifer K. says:

    My kids are 13, 9(and a half!), and 7. I think my 13yo would grab the American History, my 9yo, the Science and the 7yo would horde the rest and try to conquer the world. These would make a GREAT addition to our HomeSchool library, for sure!

  190. My son is 10 and would devour the science and history books! Thanks.

  191. I’ve got two kids, 6 and 2. The 6 yo is SUPER into science and engineering so he’d probably get the most out of that one. I would love to use the world history book as I prepare to start teaching history this year…so much nicer to show him a real book than having to show a website all the time.

  192. Lauren Bentley says:

    Our children are 4, 5, 16, and 17! Our little ones would go crazy for the science book! They love all things science related. 🙂

  193. Sarah Bell says:

    My kids are 16, 14, 11, 8, and 3. I have a math lover, an English lover, a world history fan, and a science nut, so I know we would get good use out of many of these books! It looks like a great comprehensive and fun series. Thanks for sharing!

  194. My kids are 12, 9, 6, and 3. They would love the world history book!

  195. My kids are 8 (almost 9), 5 & 3. We would all LOVE history and science and *I* would like math :).
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  196. They are 6,4,and 11months. The older two would really get into the science one!

  197. My kids are 9, 10, 12, 17. I think they would love the science book, but they all look good!

  198. My kids are 28, 21, 18, 15, 12, and 9. I have two grandchildren ages 4 and 20 months. It’s exciting as my son and his wife are preparing to homeschool the next generation. Each of my kids have different interests so all the books would be my first choice. But if I could only choose one I’d go with American history since that is a focus for this school year. Thanks!

  199. Cassandra O. says:

    These look amazing!! My oldest daughter is twelve and I know American History would be her favorite!!

  200. My kids are 10, 9 and 7. They already LOVE the science book and we would love to own the entire set – – both of the History books would be devoured in our home! 🙂

  201. My kids are 11, 8, 6, 2. They would eat up that science book!!

  202. These look like fun! My two boys are 8 and 10. The science book would get the most use in our house!

  203. Catie Hawver says:

    My kids are 5,3 and 2 but I’d love to add the science one to our library! My son loves animals and nature- he can’t get enough!

  204. Sarah Graham says:

    My kids are 2, 5, and 7. My oldest would love to dive into the history notebook! They all look like amazing resources!
    Sarah

  205. Megan Boesch says:

    These look so great! My kids are 9, 7, and 3. I think my oldest two would most like the math one! My youngest, the one that has the most horse pictures!

  206. Debra Fisher says:

    My children are ages 13, 11, 9, & 6. The history ones would be gobbled up here with the math a very close second. These books look really awesome! Thanks for doing the giveaway!! 🙂

  207. How timely. My middle child, age 11, just hit Middle School, so she’d love these books. Some of my other kids: 15, 12, 4 and 2 would enjoy them, too.

    I’m always skeptical of all-in-one books like this, though. Would they be interesting? What sort of worldview underpins them? That’s to say, I’d probably read them as much (more) than the kids!
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  208. Christine says:

    My kiddos are 13, 11, and 9. I think they would gobble up the science and history although I think the math would be a great reference for all of us!

  209. My children are 13, 9,9,7, and 5. I think they would enjoy the science book the most!

  210. Ashley Barrett says:

    My boys are 8 and 5 and my daughter is 2. My boys would love these because they love this style to read. Science would be gobbled up first!

  211. Amy Arvin says:

    My kids are 10 and seven and they would love the science edition!

  212. My kids are 13, 11,10, 8 and 6. They would like to use the science and history books to learn more about our memory work.

  213. Thanks for the giveaway! I honestly can’t pick which my kids would love more. Math and science??

  214. My girls are 9, 8, 6, & 4. All of the books would be much loved at our house, but the History volumes would always be found in someone’s reading corner!!

  215. 15, 12, 10, 7, and 2. Our family would love the science and American History volumes! These look fun!

  216. Kelli Atkins says:

    16,14,11,3. I think my kids would enjoy the science book!

  217. These look great! I’m sure my kids would love the Science book, some History and they’d probably steer clear of English grammar without my encouragement, but I’d love it 🙂

  218. My kids are 14, 12, 9, 6 and 4. They would likely want the science book first then American History, but I would love the math!

  219. Heidi Van Zee says:

    My kids are 12,13,15. We would enjoy any one of these volumes, math may be particularly needed though😜

  220. My kiddos are 11 & 12. My daughter would like the English/Language Arts one, but my son would like the World History volume. Fun books!

  221. Kasey Bardin says:

    I would don’t know who would love these more, me or my kids!!!

  222. Lesli Cryer says:

    My two 12-year-olds would probably like the history volumes.

  223. 9, 6, 4, 1. My kids love American History!

  224. Mary Beth says:

    My son is 13 and he would love the English one the best!

  225. Our kids are 9, 7, 4, and 11 months. We’d probably be most interested in the American History volume as we’ve been learning a lot about that topic lately. All the books sound great, though! Thanks for the chance to win and thanks for spreading the word about the books!

  226. I have two a 4 yr old and 11 yr old. My 11 yr old would start with history and science first, but he loves to read so he would read all of them. My 4 yr old is a numbers girl but she still loves to read also. But these would be great cause my 11 yr old just hit the why faze. I think he skipped it as a two yr old lol. Thanks.

  227. Cindy Shaw says:

    My 13 yo daughter would be nose deep in the science book!

  228. Jennifer G. says:

    My kids are 14, 11, and 6. These books are going on my “wish list”! I think we would use the language arts notebook the most.

  229. My kids are 7 and 9, and my 9 year old LOVES Science. I think he’d most like the Science or World History installment. These look really neat!
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  230. Amber Beck says:

    My kids are 7, 6, 3 & 1…the oldest would go for the Math and my girl would go straight to LA to teach the little ones as much as possible!

  231. Nellie Boyer says:

    My kids are 10,8,6,4 and they all adore science!!

  232. My daughter is ten and would love the math book! My twelve year old son would be interested in the science book. They all look awesome to me! I’m so nervous to start homeschool with my kids, but think it will be a wonderful change for all of us!!!

  233. Alisha Cook says:

    I have twin 9 (almost 10) year old boys! They (and mama!) would love these books! Especially math, American history, science and grammar! What a great and fun way to learn!!

  234. These books look like soooo much fun! My kids at home are 16,14,12,9,6, and 0. We could really use the math but I bet they’d devour the science one first!

  235. I have 2 highschoolers and one 8th grader…these books would be IDEAL for them! Thanks for the offer. Science and the history series would appeal to me most.

  236. My kids are 12, 10 & 7. They would love the Science & World History books for sure. My 10 yr old would love the Math one. They all sound great!

  237. Lynnette Pangborn says:

    My son is 10 and he would love the history books!

  238. My children are 4 and 6. My 6 year old loves to read the encyclopedia for kids and gravitates toward history and science. He eats that stuff up. So I know he would enjoy those two fat notebooks! My 4 year old is so excited she’s learning to read that she’ll sit through us reading just about anything. She already knows the timeline from classical conversations and loves to sing about history, so I know she’ll make connections as we read about history!
    What a great resource! We are excited and praying to win!!!

  239. Sara Murray says:

    I have two boys who are 11 and 13. I know they would both love the science notebook!

  240. We would love these books! We have a 10, 12, and 15 year old. So we would get much use out of them. We all love History, science and math.

  241. These look amazing! I think my kids will naturally LOVE the science one…but I think the Language Arts will be SUPER helpful to them!
    Thanks for the giveaway oppotunity AND the introduction to this resource!

  242. Wow, these books look so great. Thank you for all your great resources and giveaways. I have an 8.5 year old and almost 5 year old. They would totally dig the history books. Thanks again!!

  243. Jeanette R M says:

    My five are 20, 17, 13, 10 and 5. My #2 favors the English (regardless of target audience), #3 the American History and #4 would eat the science notebook if he could, but he’ll settle for reading it. Thank you for the heads-up on this great resource. Our shelves are lousy with DK books, so I’m happy to see there is a next level up.

  244. My 12 old year has the questions of the beginnings of a scientist. The history would stir he’s interest. I put him in a challenging curriculum for seventh grade but more ready for eighth. These books would be perfect for him to cover what he needs to know before finishing middle school. These Books look like they would never be on bookshelf for long. My kids would love them. Thank you. 🙂

  245. Chris Underhill says:

    My kids are 12 (would love the science book) and 10 (would love the America history book). I can’t wait to see and feel these. They look wonderful!

  246. Mine are 7 3/4 😉 and 10. I think mine would go for the math and history first but science and language arts wouldn’t be far behind. Thank you!

  247. I have a 6, 8, & 10 year old. My 10 year old would LOVE these books. She is the one oft hear saying, “I read it in the Childcraft Encyclopedia.” I think she would be most interested in the Language Arts book or possibly the Science one.

  248. My kids are 8, 4, and 10 months. These books look so fun and accessible. I think we would especially love getting started with the history books. Thank you for the chance to win!

  249. Bethany Thorsness says:

    My boys are almost 9 and just turned 7. The science volume would probably be their first pick, once they get it away from me. My little girl (almost 4) would want to look too, because if her brothers are excited about something, it must be interesting.

  250. I have four kiddos age 8, 9, 11, and 12. I know my son would hit the science book first, but my oldest daughter would go for the history books. I’m wondering how much evolution material is in the science book? Thanks for the chance to win!

  251. Mark Beaufeaux says:

    I have two kids. One that is 11 and would love the science book and one that is 13, who would go crazy for the world history.

  252. Jennifer G says:

    I have an almost 13 year old and an 8 year old. They would love the science book the most. All of the books look great!

  253. My boys are just 1 and almost-4 but I am educating myself in world history right now and would love these for them (and me!) as we embark on our homeschooling journey!

  254. Elizabeth says:

    My kids are 18, 11, 9, 7, 5 and 3. The science book would be the favorite of my kids. Second place would be World History. These look awesome!

  255. I have five kids, although the 19 yo is done with school. I have 16, 15, 11 & 5. The 15 yo used to smuggle atlases after lights out, so she might love the histories, but they are all interested in science. I have two writers, so the English book might get its fair share of use. The books sound fun! And useful! Things aren’t always both fun and useful, so this sounds good to me!

  256. My kids are 10 and 8. They are voracious readers so they will likely devour these. Science will be the first one they want to read. I want to read the math book to see if it can help me explain some concepts my oldest is struggling with. I may not be able to wait for the giveaway to pickup at least one of these books.

  257. Michelle Reittinger says:

    My children are 12, 10 and 2. I think math would be first, followed by science, although I really think we’d love all of them!

  258. Leah dunlap says:

    Kids ages 8, 5 and 1
    The science one looks great!

  259. Abigail Cole says:

    My kids are 6 and 10. My daughter would love science and my son would love American history.

  260. My kids are 17,15,11, and 9. The 11 and 9 year old would probably like the science one the best followed by world history with the 9 year old because she loves Egyptians and Romans.

  261. Kainoa Torau says:

    My kids are 13, 11, 9, and 4 they love history so I’d say they’d like the world history book the most.

  262. Mandy Ferguson says:

    My children are 10, 11, 13, and 14. I couldn’t pick just one that they would like. My 14 year old would probably read the Science one cover to cover. My 11 year old would probably do the same, but with the Math book. My 10 and 13 year old would most likely choose the Language Arts book, but one because it is her favorite subject, and one because he struggles with it!. I, personally, would love to read the history books! I love how much we learn with our children!

  263. We have an 11, 8, 5 and 3. I think the math book would be the big hit for our older kiddos for the visual learner aspect. What a resource!

  264. My kids are 9 and 7 and they would love the science and English notebook.

  265. Elizabeth says:

    My kids are 16, 13, and 11, and we have been looking for reference books like this for a long time! I think they would find the math and science books the most interesting!

  266. Molly Goodwin says:

    I haven’t heard of these books before. They look and sound amazing! My daughter is 13 and would love the science and English ones. My book fanatic son is 11 and would carry math and history with him everywhere he goes. :). Thanks so much for the opportunity to get our hands on them.

  267. Rebecca Schrimsher says:

    My kids are 16, 14, & 12. For my 12 year old, the math one would be very helpful.

  268. My kids are 10, 8, 6, 4, and 3. I think my oldest son would love the world history book so much! These look enthralling!

  269. My kids are 4 & 7 and I kind of want these for myself, haha!! I’m torn between them all, I think science would be devoured in my house! I’ve never heard of these books (and I love LeVar Burton too!!)
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  270. Heather B. says:

    I only have a 14-year old left at home now, but he’d absolutely be engrossed in the science or math volume!

  271. Megan Vesel says:

    These sound wonderful! I have a 15 year old, an 11 year old, and a 9 year old. I can see them using the science and history ones a lot!

  272. My daughters are 11 & 8. My oldest would the history books and my youngest would love them all eventually. These look like a great resource to have around.

  273. My kids are almost 14, 11, 9, and 2. My oldest two would love the American history and my youngest son would go for the science.

  274. These look awesome! My kids are 9, 7, 3 and one on the way. We love history , then science is right up there, too.

    I would love to win these!

  275. My kids would love these!

  276. Rochelle Dunsbergen says:

    These look amazing! My kids are 9, 7, 5, 3. They would enjoy American History for sure (they love to watch the Liberty’s Kids series) and then likely Math!

  277. My kids are 13, 10, 8 and 6. We love science so that would be my first pick. Then world history. These books look fantastic!

  278. My husband pointed the math book out to me at a local book shop just this past week! I have two kids, aged 4 & 10. I think they would enjoy the science book bc all things science interests them! Thanks for the giveaway, it’s a good one!

  279. These look great! My kids would love the language and science books, but they would enjoy them all. They are 11, 9, and 8.

  280. Brandi Skidmore says:

    My kiddos are 10,8,6,4,2. I think my oldest would love the science one!

  281. Hello! My kids are 7, 7, and 2 (all adopted!). They would like the American History the most. We discussed world history last year, and my smart 7 year old asked me the other day if Egypt was a state! Ha Our second choice would be Science.

  282. These books look awesome! My kiddos have really enjoyed the Brain Quest workbooks, so I think they would like these books. My children are 8, 7, and 5. They love American History, and my 7 year old LOVES science. My 8 year old enjoys books and writing, so she would probably also like the Language Arts book.

  283. My kids are 12 and 14. I think they would enjoy the math and science books. These look like great resources.

  284. Sounds intriguing! Daughter is 6 and son is 10.

  285. Kids are 5 1/2, 7, and 9. I think they’d all be a hit but math or science would get the most love! I know I would use the English/LA one often!

  286. Robbie Gleason says:

    I love this concept! Good note taking is an art and one I struggle with trying to get my kids to do! Having reference books written in notebook form? Pure genius! I have one in middle school, 8th grade, and one in high school, 11th grade. I think they will both go for the science and math. I have a 1st grader, too, who will probably love these as well! He will want to see the section on weather for sure!

  287. My daughter Abri is taking American History this year and World History next year. These books would make a great spine.

  288. World History! 🙂 Thanks for the opportunity! 🙂

  289. My son is 7 and I think he would like the American History Book the best!

  290. I think they’d love the History and Science, and the Math would be very helpful. Thanks for your review.

  291. These look fantastic!! My sons are 9 and 4. My 9 y/o would go to science first, then probably history or math. Thank you for this!

  292. I have 5, 7, 14, 15 year olds. I think the 15 year old would like the Math one best …. all of the other children would love the Science one.

  293. These books look great. My daughter is 10 and she would love the Science book.

  294. Hannah Costa says:

    Hi!
    My kiddos are 8 and 7, and I’m sure they’d love them all! Hahaha I’d like to have the language arts book though, since you don’t see many English type books around like these 😉

  295. My kiddos are 15&16 but dual enrolled in college classes too. They would love science!

  296. Though my kiddos are only 6 and 8, I know they would love this set. I would expect them to go for the math and science books first.

  297. My oldest is 4, so it would be a little while before he is reading these for himself, but I would love these as a resource until he is using them–little ones are so curious and I definitely have to look up the answers to his questions often. 🙂

  298. 10, 5, and 1. The 10 yo would probably enjoy science the most, although I would probably want him to like math 😉

  299. Oh my WORD! I would love a set of these for my girls. They both love reading about new subjects

  300. My kids are 13, 11, 10, 8, 7, and 5. Science would be the most popular at our house, with the history books coming in close behind.

  301. My kids are 12,10,8,6, and 2 weeks. My 10 year old would love the science book. What a great Christmas present!

  302. My son is 11 and the Science one is what would most interest him, but the Math one is what he could really use. The sense of humor and style these are written with are something I think he would really get into – and something most traditional curriculum is almost always missing. What a great find. Thanks!

  303. My kiddos are 11, 9, 5, and 3. We would love all of them, but probably the science and American history books would be the most well loved in the next year.

  304. Nicole Arango says:

    My kids are a 7 year old girl who would love the history and science and a 14 year old boy who would love the math book ! Can’t wait to get my hands in these !

  305. Nichole Landfair says:

    Greetings all, My son is 10 and loves science and needs all the help in math. Just looking through the contents of these books he got excited. I think the whole set is learning friendly and look forward to getting them if we win or when we can afford them.

  306. We have a 12, 10, 8, and 5 year old. Three of them would pounce on the science one immediately, the fourth would devour the histories. Do hubby’s count?? Because he’s a total math nerd and would love that one!! They all look awesome; thanks for this fun giveaway!!

  307. My kids are 13 and 9. My older son would love the history ones and my younger son would love the science one. I would love to have then all!!

  308. These are so neat! I love notebooking so I love this format. It’s very kid friendly. My kids are 11 and 8 and I think they would love the history ones the best.

  309. Jenny Matthews says:

    My kids are 8 and 10. I think they would love them, but especially science

  310. My children are 12, 10, 6, and 3, and I’m guessing that the science and history ones would be the biggest hits here. I’d LOVE to have them all!

  311. My 11 year old boy will love the math and science notebooks, and my 7 year old will love the history ones! These are fantastic!

  312. Callee Roodbergen says:

    My kids are 6, 4, and 2. My kids love everything Science.

  313. Sarah Martinez says:

    My kids are 6 & 9. They are both advancing far beyond their grade levels. My 9 yr old son would love math and science, and my 6 yr old daughter would delve into the history volumes. These books look amazing!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  314. We have 4 kids 9,6,3, and a newborn. We do classical conversations and I know this set would compliment so well!

  315. Well, I would love the books, even if my kids didn’t care. But I know my oldest would go straight for the math book. They’re 9 and down. Thanks!

  316. Gina Peterson says:

    My kids are ages 17, 14, 11, 8 and 4. They would probably must enjoy the history and science ones. However the English one would be helpful too and I really enjoy math.

  317. My son is 10….American History, for sure!

  318. My kids would love all of these! They are 10, 12 and 14. My 10 year old would love the Science, my 12 year old would love the Math and my 14 year old would love the World History. These books look fantastic.

  319. I already love the sample pages and am excited to be able to have these books on our homeschool journey with our 4, 6, and 14 year old. I’d like to start with the History and Language Arts and then build up to the Science and Math. Thanks.

  320. Lindsey Wright says:

    My kids are 14, 12, 9, 6 and 3. What a great collection! We would love all of them, especially science!

  321. Christine Cozart says:

    Those books are so neat!

  322. These look really interesting! My kids are 15, 11, 9, and 6. They would probably most enjoy Science, but I thing the English volume would be very helpful. All of them look great!

  323. My sons still homeschooling are 4, and 11. The 11 yr old would eat up the American history and World history. Science next, then the rest. The whole set looks amazing and fun!!

  324. We adopted 2 older children from China, and I can see these being a great overview for them and looks fun to read, and helpful for the rest of my children too. Hard to catch up with everything, learn a new language, and get all the information one needs to cover when one loses so much time (and not being with a family, which is so essential to learning). China doesn’t educate orphans very well, mine got little. They are now 16 and 13, home four years and doing very well, and these may help in making all those leaps and bounds.

  325. Holly Truitt says:

    These books look amazing!! I have two kids in high school. 9th and 12th. My 9th grader would love the history books!! I would love all of them. 😀

  326. These are adorably awesome! My daughter is only 5 but we are homeschooling her. I’d love to own any one of these. Totally putting them on my want list.

  327. My kids are 13, 11, 11, 9, 5, 4, and 2. I think we’d most like Science. These look like awesome books!

  328. Christine says:

    I’m homeschooling my ten year old son and he would love, love, love the science notebook.

  329. My kids would love these. 10yo would probably dive into the science book first. And my 12yo would really love the world history!

  330. My daughter, 8, would LOVE the Science and World History books.
    What an awesome giveaway. Thank you!

  331. My kids 11,9,8, and 7 would love all of them! They are kind of nerdy like that. They get it from their momma.😊

  332. My kids are 11, 8, and 4 and gosh I want them all! I think the kids would most love Science though!

  333. My daughter is 10 and a huge Science girl. I do everything I can to ensure that her love of Science continues to grow as she gets older. These books look amazing! My son is 8 and his interests vary, but he loves learning about other cultures. This set would be invaluable to our traveling homeschool library!! Thank you for the opportunity to win!
    Michelle VanGurp’s latest post: Enjoyed the Global Tour with “Give Your Child the World”

  334. Our homeschooled daughter Rachel is turning 12 in October and is an avid reader and history buff – she’d grab the history ones first and probably science, and we’d use the English and math as a reference. I think we’d enjoy all of them! Thanks for sharing them (PS We are Levar Burton fans too! Besides Reading Rainbow, we are big Star Trek Next Gen. fans, including Rachel who started enjoying some of the episodes with us over this summer!) 😊

  335. My kids would never put down the science one and I would never put down the history one! These are amazing!

  336. Erin Jorgensen says:

    My kids are 6, 5, 3, and 1 but we love books! My kids would love the science but I would totally love the math!

  337. Kiddos are 6 and 10, and I think Science and History would be devoured first!

  338. My kids are 11 ,11, 10, 8, and 5 and they would love these! I’ve got a couple of budding writers who would love the English, a science nut who would love the science, a mathematician who would love the math…and I think I would love the history lol! These would be great!!

  339. Mary Beth Miller says:

    I have a 13 year old that would love any of these but mostly the science book.

  340. Awesome books!
    I have twin 10 year old boys. I think they would enjoy the Math the most as it would be a great resource for review. 😄

  341. My kids are: 14, 13, 11, 8, 6, 4, and 1. They would love the U.S. history book the most, I believe!

  342. My 11 year old daughter, Briley, NEEDS the American History book! I was just searching for history ideas because I feel like I have left history out too often. We need to catch up!

  343. Mine are 21, 13, 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, & 4. They’d probably all be popular around here but the math and history would be pulled out more by the 13 & 12 year olds, while the history would be the one the 10 & 8 year olds wanted most often. The science would probably just stay open on the table! 😄

  344. I have two children, 13 and 8. The most popular would likely be the science and world history. But the most useful would be the LA one.

  345. April Patrick Shamoun says:

    I have only one, he’s 15. He would definitely want MATH!

  346. 9, 7, 4, 8 months boys! We would like the american history!

  347. Sofie smith says:

    My son is 8 and would love the science notebook!

  348. My son is 12 and I woudl pick science for him!

  349. Would love all of these – especially American history.

  350. My kids are 10, 8, 6, & 2 we would all love the science and world history books. I pesrsonally would love the math book!

  351. I would say my 11 and 13 year old would love the Science,
    and I would love the world History!!!

  352. Erin Womack says:

    My kids are 6 and 2. The older wants to read everything science, so I’m pretty sure that’s what she would like best. I’m a former English teacher, so I would love to see the English one.

  353. My kids are 10, 7 and 4 and I think they’d like the science best.

  354. I just have a 4yo, so they’d mostly be for me to answer his questions for a while, but he’d love the science one especially!

  355. These are on my list! My children are 9 and 12. Math and Science would interest them most.

  356. My kids are 11, 8, 5 and 2. They would all love the science one, and my oldest would love the history ones.

  357. My boys are 10, 7 & 4 and the older two are really into science so I think they’d pick that one up first. But as their teacher I think the history ones would be so helpful to have one resource to cover the basics and serve as a jumping off point. Thanks for introducing us to this resource, I had never heard of it!

  358. My kids are ages 13, 10, 8, 5, and 3. I think they would love this series! They would devour the science and world history volumes. The math would be intriguing to them as well! Thanks for the chance to win them.

  359. My kids are 10,8,5&2 and they’d love the science AND the history! These look amazing 🙂

  360. Meredith F says:

    My 10yo son would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the science book!

  361. This set looks fantastic! I have a senior, junior, and 3rd/4th grader this year (18, 16.5, and 9). History and science would be the favorites!

  362. My kids are 11 months, almost 7 years old, 11 years old, and 13 years old. My older children would benefit most from the math book.

  363. My son is 11. I think he’d like the American History one the most. These look amazing.

  364. 13 and 3…my oldest would check out the Science first. We’re doing American History, so I’d love to see that one. My little one would want to read them all. 😉

  365. Kimberly Stone says:

    My kids are 9 and 11. I think they would like the science one most.

  366. Megan Hisle says:

    My kids are still little – 5, 3, and 8 months. But my oldest would love the math book! What a great resource as they grow older and are reading on their own!

  367. My kiddos are 9, 7, and 6. These books look so wonderful! I’m sure Math would be their favorite!

  368. My kids are 8 (just today!), 6 and 4, so they are a bit young for these books now. My oldest is ahead in math, so he would enjoy that one. Down the road, I’m sure they would all be helpful!

  369. My boys are 10 and 12. They would love the history books!

  370. Abby Wahl says:

    Ages 12, 10, 8, 6 & 6 (twins). My oldest would love the Science and World History. My daughter would like the U.S. History and I would like the Math and Language Arts (age 33).

  371. These look great! I have 3 girls 8, 10, & 12. I think they would be a great addition to our homeschool. They would love all these! I think the math would be the most wanted one for us.

  372. Missi Jacobus says:

    So fun! I can’t believe I haven’t seen these before! My daughters are 10, 10, and 12 and we are specifically focusing on Math, Science, English & American History this year in homeschool. These resources would be perfect as we are such visual learners :-)!

  373. Annie Bloom says:

    My kids are 13, 7 and 3. I think they all would love science and my oldest would love the history! Would love to win these books. They look like wonderful resources!! Thank you!

  374. My 9 year old and 6 year old would looooooove the science book!
    Anne’s latest post: A Week, Briefly (In Which we Work on Our Morning Routine and Start Math)

  375. Oh how I can’t wait to get these books! I added them to my Amazon wish list this morning. Thanks for letting us know about them. I have a 6, 8, 10 year old and I think they would love the science one most but I think we NEED the math one. They are priced right though.

  376. Bridget Stevens says:

    My eldest two are 11 and 9, and I think the science and math ones would be their favorite, although we’re all pretty into history as well!!

  377. Jenny myers says:

    My kid is five and she’ll love the math and science books the best.

  378. Jess Cunningham says:

    These books look amazing! I was previously looking at them for my daughters (11 & 15). They would be a great addition to our school this year!

  379. My daughter is 7 and she would LOVE the American history book!

  380. I have two sons; a 2 month old and an 11 year old who is starting 6th grade this year. He would adore any of these books as he has a unquenchable thirst for knowledge – he regularly reads his dictionary and encyclopedia and is always looking various subjects up – this series of books would be such a blessing to our family!

  381. My kiddos are 11,8,6,4, and 10 months. They would love the science book but I would love the history books! ;). Thanks!

  382. Marissa Gregorwich says:

    My boys are 8 and 5. My eight year old does 6th grade US History, so I know that volume would be his favorite. My 5 year old would love to look at all of them!

    • Debbie Bowes says:

      My kids are 10 and almost 12! They would both like the math and the science! (I would like the history!!)

  383. My nine year old would go bananas for the science (especially the weather, just like your boy lol) and history, especially if it covers anything about the Titanic and ancient Egypt. I would be digging into them as well, especially the math, as I need to refresh my memory on fractions and such! ;-P

  384. April Dangerfield says:

    My kids are 12 and 8. I think they would absolutely love the science book, as they are both very interested in a variety of science type things. I personally would love the English book though!

  385. I have a 10, 7, 5 and 3 year old. My 10 year old would go for the science book first but he is a huge reader and would definitely read them all.

  386. I’m homeschooling 12, 9 and 4 year old boys. I think they’d love all of them but their favorite subjects are math and science.

  387. My daughter is nine and would absolutely love the science book!!

  388. My girls are 14 and 11. One would love science and the other math!

  389. I have an 11 year old daughter who would love to dive into the Science book. Most likely the History ones would be next on her list. Thanks for the opportunity to win them!

  390. My kids are 10, 8, 7, 5, 3, and 1. They would love the Science Book. I would love the history ones! Ha! and I see that the person ahead of me has similar taste 😉
    Thank you!

  391. My kids are 11. 8, 4, and 1. The science book would surely be a big hit with my older two. Thanks!

  392. My son is 11 & just started 6th grade! I think the World History book would come in handy!

  393. I have a 10 and 5 year old, I think they would like the History book the best. Thank you for the chance to win one!

  394. My children are 12, 10 and 6. They would especially enjoy the history books (and so would I). An amazing collection indeed.

  395. My kids are 9, 7 and 5.
    They would love the history books!!! My son cannot get enough of studying history.

  396. Sonya Lydford says:

    We have 13 adopted children- 8 are older and 5 still at home. At home, we have ages 9, 13, 15, 16 and 17 but all of them would enjoy the series because they have delays. They would eat up the information. My grandchildren ages 13, 12, 5, 6, 4 and 5 months would also. Science would be the most used by my 9 and 15 yr old. History would be most used by my 13 and 16 yr old. I’d be curious to see which one my 17 yr old would grab. Thank you for this opportunity, Jaimie.

  397. My 10 yo would probably live either history book, even though I’d want him to use the math notebook. 🙂

  398. Janell Garwood says:

    My kids are 10, 9, 7, 5, 3, 1, and 3 weeks. My “school-age” kiddos would definitely go for the science book first! Its their favorite subject!

  399. My daughter is eleven. I think she’d like the science book the best.

  400. My kids (those still in the nest) are 15, 12, 10, and 7. The American history notebook will probably interest them the most.

  401. My kids are 5 and 2.
    I think the science and math would be my 5 year old’s favorites.

  402. Lisa Maldonado says:

    My daughter Zoey is 11 and would absolutely love this set. Our homeschool is made up of mostly all free curriculum so to have those would be great. Love your blog. You inspire me.

  403. My boys are 7 and 9. They would love the science and American History.

  404. Paula Vestin says:

    I am homeschooling a 17, 14, 11 and 7 year Olds. They all sound great. The 17 year old is into history and the 14 year old loves science so it would be one of those.

  405. My kids are 14, 12, and 8. It would be science and history for the older girls, and math for my boy!

  406. My daughter just turned 8 and I know she’d love the science book. We also just started bullet journaling together, and these look very interesting! I think we’d get a ton of use out of the set!

  407. I have a 17 year old who will be off to college soon and a 11 year old. I can see this set being a great quick reference for college, too. Kids would enjoy history, but would probably use math the most.

  408. Katey Kendall says:

    My kids are 14, 10, 8, 5, 3 and newborn. My 14 year old would go straight for the world history and English and my 10 year old the science and math for sure. These books look amazing!

  409. My kids are 9 and 12. Definitely Science for my middle schooler!

  410. Leslie Abla says:

    Would love to win these books!! They look like awesome reference books!

  411. Oh my! Those look wonderful! My 11, 8, 6, 4, and 2-year-old bookworms read anything they can get their hands on, but the older kids would likely go for the science and history books first.

  412. My kids are 17, 14, 12, and 10.. They would probably go for thhe science and world history books first!

  413. Saw these at Costco and drooled over them 😀 I couldn’t decide which we wanted first! Hard to justify since my kids are just 5 and 7, but I know the kids would love the histories and science books.

  414. I think we’d like the math one! We’re always looking for little tips and tricks to make math concepts easier!

  415. My girls are 9 and 12.

    My 9 year old would absolutely love the science. And my 12 year old would devour the history book.

  416. My kids are 8 & 5 – these looks look so wonderful! I think they’d get the most out of history (over the years) since that is my least favorite subject to teach.

  417. I would like them all but I think my 12 and 10 year old would like the science book the most. I would love to have these on our shelves!

  418. My son is 10 years old and would love the science book the most.

  419. Our kiddos are 7, ,5, 3 and almost 1! They would love history and science

  420. Elizabeth Groulx says:

    My oldest is 11 and I think she would love the American History volume.

  421. Morgan Judy says:

    My kiddos are 11 and 8. My daughter would love the English and my son would love the science.

  422. Our children are 9, 7 and 4. We are all really into world history, so I think that would be our first big in the set. Great resource to know about!

  423. Lisa Barrett says:

    My girls are 11,10,8, and 6.

    My 11 year old would love the science book.
    My 10 year old would love the math book.
    My 8 year would love the American and world history.
    And my 6 year old would enjoy looking at all of them and having her sisters read to her.

  424. Brooke Mulhollem says:

    My boys are 10 and almost 7. We would love the history and science books especially!

  425. Heather Schuyler says:

    I have 5 boys 19, 18, 15, 11, & 6. It is hard to choose. They all look great. Probably the World History. Thanks for introducing these books.

  426. My kids are 10 & 8. We would love the history books!

  427. Elizabeth Heironimus says:

    Four boys, 8-18 and one girl, 15.5. All five would enjoy the history books. My sons are more science-oriented and my daughter would like to teach English or go into library science. They could all use the math–too!! 😉

  428. Almost 9 and 6, and my 9 year old would love the math!

  429. These books look superb!! My boys 12 and 10 would love them. The science and Amerivan history would top the list. Thanks for sharing!
    Jessica

  430. Tiffany Marston says:

    We have 6 kids from 17 down to 4…I think they would all be used but the history and science books would get the most love!! What a cool book series!!

  431. I have boys that are 6 and 8. A few yrs before we would use these but for sure a great resource in a few yrs we would love to have and night not otherwise get to buy! Hope we win!

  432. Bethany Delgado says:

    My kids are: 11, 9, 8, 6, 4, & 2. How wonderful! We loved the small Brain Quest learning “sticks” when the kids were smaller and I’m sure these are just as great! How exciting! Thanks for the opportunity to win a set! 🙂

  433. Still homeschooling an 11-year old and 15-year old. Thinking they would like the history installments best! Thanks!

  434. Becca Vachon says:

    I have a 9 and 5 year old. They love science so that would be the one they choose. These are such beautiful books!

  435. These look amazing! My oldest (of four) is only 5, but she LOVES school, and I I think she’d really go for the science one… if maybe in a couple years 🙂

  436. Melissa manzo says:

    My kids are 9,6, and 4 and the Science book would be through hit in our house!

  437. Rachel Snowden says:

    Well, my kids would probably enjoy these but are a little young, so I would like to enter for the kids my parents work with. They run an inner city non-profit. There are always few volunteers and kids who need lots of help with their work. I think sets like these might give them a feeling of some independence and help them learn to find some support or answers they need. The kids are between 5 and 16, and I think they would especially value the help from a volume like the math one!

  438. My kids are 11, 7 and 5. They would probably like the Science or History the most. They look great!

  439. We LOVE our reference books! My oldest starts on middle school this year! What perfect timing!!

  440. Emily worley says:

    My oldest is 12 and I think the science book would interest him more, but I know my daughter (7yrs old) would love the math book.
    I want the history book! Lol!

  441. My daughter is 8. She would love the Math and World History

  442. Kids are 12,10,8 and 3. We would love the science book for looking up all those Why? questions!

  443. WE would love to win this giveaway! We would get great use out of them with my 7 kids!! Their ages are 10, 8, 7, 5, 5, 3, & 2.
    We would use each one of these books. We could use the help in math and would eat up the history books. My son would devour the science. Thank you for the chance!!

  444. I have a 14 year old girl that would love the science. I also have an 11 year old girl that would love either history book. Think I’ll get the set either way. These look fantastic.

  445. My children are 7, 6, 5, 3, and 2. I think Science would be the biggest hit!

  446. These look amazing! My son is 9 and would likely pour over the Science or History first!

  447. Christy Rogers says:

    My son is 15 and I think he would love either of the history notebooks.

  448. I homeschool my 3 sons, 16, 13, & 10…these books would be an asset to our everyday learning I’m sure! Especially the world history book! I can not wait to obtain my own copies in the future. Reference sets are my weakness 😊

  449. Laura Barclay says:

    I have 11 year old twins. My son loves all things science, especially weather related. My daughter loves American History.
    All of the books look amazing. Thanks so much!!

  450. Cassandra Knipp says:

    I think my boys would like any of these books. They look different than most educational books. How bright and fun!

  451. Lisa McClain says:

    My last 2 kids at home are 13 & 15. I think the Science book would be the favorite but we would enjoy them all.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  452. My seventh grader would love these. He is sooooo into science so I know that would be the first one he’d want to read.

  453. Crystal in Lynden says:

    Ages 15, 13, 10, 2. World History would cover the widest interest for us. Thanks!

  454. My children are 5, 8 and 11. The oldest would love American History. Thanks!

  455. Sarah Malone says:

    My kids are 9,7,4,2 and one sweet angel on the way!! Not only do I think my oldest would love the Math version, I tutor math as a part time ‘job.’ I have middle and high school students and I am always looking for neat ways to pass on my love of Math to others! So many more than just my kids would benefit from this amazing book!!

  456. 7, 9 and ME! I have no idea where to start! World History? 😀

  457. Melinda Shaffer says:

    My boys are 10 & 11. I know they would love the Science book!

  458. These look so neat! My kids are in 8th, 6th, and 3rd and would probably like the science one most. I’d probably enjoy both history ones the most!

  459. Wow! These look amazing! My 11 year old would devour them all, and I think my 9 year old would enjoy the American History one the most. I’m sure we would use them as great references for all of our subjects, so if we don’t win, I’m definitely adding these to their wish lists!

  460. Ages 7 and 4 here! Mine would love them all, but the 7 year old says World History and the 4 year old says Math!

  461. Yalisha Case says:

    16, 10, 7, 3, 1- they look perfect for my 10 year old who loves a graphic, colorful style and is obsessed with history, especially US History. So I bet that book would be devoured first!

  462. Emily Thompson says:

    My kids are almost 7, 6 and 4. My oldest would LOVE the Science one!

  463. Sandi Bird says:

    Okay.. These look cool! I have a 8 yr old, 6 yr old, 3 yr old and a 5 month old. I think we would have the most fun with the World History!

  464. Mine are 8-15. They would love the World History best.

  465. My kids are 13, 11, and two 10s. I don’t think I could choose just one subject! I enjoy teaching and learning all of them right along with the kids. So I’d be perfectly happy with any one of them, and I’ll be checking in to how to purchase, because I rarely win anything 😉

  466. My boys are 15, 14 and 11 (though I no longer homeschool the oldest). I know they’d love the science one best, though I’m more excited about the history volumes!

  467. My kids are 12, 9, and 6. I know the Science would be my seventh graders favorite but I think the Math would benefit all of us (especially me trying to remember everything from long ago :)) the most. I know for sure they would be engrossed in the History books as would I!

  468. My kids are 9, 6 and 4. I think they would love the science or world history volumes. Thanks!

  469. Jessica Wolfensberger says:

    My boys 10, 8, 5, 6 mths. All LOVE science. They are consistently wanting to do science experiments. They would love the science book.

  470. These look great! I’ve felt the same way about finding encyclopedia type books for my older kids. Ages 14,12,9,5. I don’t know which one we’d be most excited about! Science or History!

  471. My son is 12 and would love the science book the most. These look really fabulous!

  472. These look fantastic! My kids are 15, 12, and 9. My daughter would particularly enjoy the English Language Arts and my boys would probably enjoy the World History the most. 🙂

  473. My kids are 13,11,9,6, and 4. They would love ANY one!! They often pick up the encyclopedia to browse! 😆

  474. Joanne Preston says:

    My kids are 9, 6 1/2, almost 5 and 2! The science notebook would interest my oldest the most. I would love the Language Arts one for him 😉

  475. My kids are 7, 5, and under. Science would be the most popular right now, for sure, particularly section on space sciences.

  476. Would absolutely love to have these for my children. (I agree, the book design & colors are so appealing. How could you Not pick them up?!)
    My kids are ages 9, 11 & 14. The science notebook will definitely be the first one they grab!

  477. Kristin Roy says:

    My girls are 9&12 and it’s hard to choose but I think the American History would be their top choice – they both LOVE history and we have spent more time on world history (mostly using Story of the World) and really need to get more into the history of our own part of the world!

  478. Deborah McBride says:

    Hello! My kids are 13 and 10. We are in our 2nd year of homeschooling. My oldest loves Science and American History and my youngest prefers Science. I would love to have these books for our library!

  479. My five kiddos and two nieces would LOVE these, particularly the science one!

  480. Kendall Manwill says:

    My oldest is 10 and I’ve recently began thinking about good resources for my kids as they get older. Thanks for this! The 10-year-old would definitely go after the science book, but I would grab the history books for myself!

  481. Our kids are 17, 15, 12, 7, 5, and 2. I think the older ones would be most interested in the science books. I think they would be a great addition to our bookshelves.

  482. I have a 9 year old that would LOVE the Science book. But, I also have a 7 and 5 year old. They like Science right now, but are not as active in learning it as my oldest is. Thank you for introducing me to these books though! I’m going to share them in my wish list 😉

  483. I have twins who are 6. We are all obsessed with American History right now, so that would definitely be our favorite to start. These look amazing!

  484. My kids are 3 1/2, 5 1/2 and 7 1/2 and we love science!

  485. My kiddos are 10, 8, 5, and 2 1/2. I know the older kids would love all of these!

  486. My kids are 8,6,4 and 1. My older two would love the science one best I think.

  487. Christine R says:

    My boys are 11 and 14. My 11 year old would love the world history book and my 14 year old would love the science book.

  488. I have a 10 and 3 year old. My older son would be nose first into science. I would be nose first into history. The 3 year old would love the colors of the pages 🙂

  489. Those look so awesome! My kids are 8 and 10 and we just started our first year of homeschooling. They would love the math book and science would be a close second.

  490. Kim Thomas says:

    11, 8, 6, & 4 months! My big kids would love the science!

  491. Would love these books!

  492. Lace Lacy says:

    My kiddos are 3 1/2 and 7 1/2. I love the looks of these books and all the fun they include. I would love the Science and Math!

  493. My children are 18, 16, 13, 10, 7 and 4. I think they would love World History the most
    but they all look fantastic!

  494. My kids are 13, 10 and 8. Probably science would be the first one cracked open:)

  495. These look wonderful! I have a 9 and 5 year old. The 9 yo would love the world history and 5 yo would love math.

  496. My children are 10, 7, and 3 and would LOVE the American History Notebook!!

  497. Anna McNeill says:

    My child is 10 and I am sure she would love the Science Big Fat Notebook the most, we are homeschooling for the first time and she has literally not been taught any science or social studies in the 5 years she was in public school.

  498. Our girls are about to turn 8 and 6 and I have a 1 year old waddling around as well. Both oldest love learning anything that looks attractive. Right now we’re working on American History but I bet they would love any of these books! The colors, the way its written (interesting enough to read by themselves, which is a must with a little one) And just one book per subject… that is awesome (we are working with Core Knowledge now so it wit fit perfectly). Would love to try these!!!

  499. Delanna Lynch says:

    Still at home I have 14, 11 & 7. The 14 yo would definitely gravitate to the World History volume & I think both the 11 yo & 7 yo would love the Science volume!

  500. My kids r 10 yr old boy/girl twins, 7 yr old boy and 3 yr old boy- they would devour the science one first!! Thanks!

  501. Valerie W. says:

    I have an almost 13-year-old and an almost 10-year-old. I think my oldest would like one of the history books most. Probably the science for my youngest. Thanks for the chance. What a great resource!

  502. I have a 12 year old, a 5 year old, and a 1 year old. My 12 year old would be using these books, but we’d save them for when the other two are older. His favorite would definitely be the Science but what he needs the most is the Language Arts one.

  503. What an awesome giveaway! I have 5 boys so their interests are different, but the top two they would like are science and world history.

  504. Denise VerHage says:

    My son is 10. This is our first homeschooling year so I’ve not used these books but he would love science.

  505. My kids are 11-1. They are into Greek history right now and would enjoy the world history book.

  506. My son is only 8, but I think he’d love the American History volume!

  507. My kids are 8 year old and 3 years old. My 8 year old is obsessed with World History and I know she would pore over that big fat notebook for hours on end. What a great reference series! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  508. These would be wonderful to have available 🙂 thanks for the chance to win!

  509. I have an almost 9 year old boy, 5 year old boy and 2.5 year old boy. I think they would love the science one the best!

  510. My kids are 14, 11, and 4. History and English would probably be incredibly popular in this house, but they all look amazing!

  511. I have seven kids, (14,14,12,10,8,6, and almost 2). I believe would use every one of the books, but the one that would get the most use is literature. And maybe history. Thanks for offering this giveaway!

  512. My boys are 8 and 6 and I think they would love the history books (as would I)!

  513. My kids are 6, 9 and 11 and my oldest would be all about the science! This is also our first homeschool year. 🙂

  514. Jamie Lorenz says:

    My kids are 7, 6, 4, and 6 months. Right now they’d be most interested in American History, but I’d love to have these on the shelves as they grow!!

  515. Carri Nease says:

    My Guys are nearly 11, and while they would probably love the Science notebook- the one WE need the most is the English book.

  516. Nikki Rodriguez says:

    So awesome! My kids would love the history ones!!

  517. Leah Witman says:

    My son is 12 and would love the Science book. My daughter is 10 and would love the World History book.

  518. My kids are 7, 11, 13, and 15.
    They would probably love the science or american history, but I think they all look great.

  519. Rachel SIngapogu says:

    My son is 8 but loves books with lots of information on a specific topic. He reads middle school textbooks just out of curiosity. I think he would especially like the Science book.

  520. Joscelyne H says:

    My daughter is 10. She would love all of these books. She prefers non fiction books to fiction books. Just the facts! Lol

  521. Krista Caldwell says:

    My kiddos are 7th grade, 4th grade, and 1st grade. My oldest is a reading addict. The library is his second home and with 2 more kids behind him these books would be awesome to use over the years ahead of us. Math & History are favorite subjects to study, but Language would be good since it is a weakness for us.

    • Krista Caldwell says:

      Ok….misread…you asked for ages not grades! I have a 12 yr old, almost 10 yr old and a 6 yr old.

  522. Neat books – my 10 year old twins would love the Science one!

  523. My son is four and is always asking questions about the world around him so having the Science book to reference would be a big help towards answering some of them. Although I can see my history obsessed husband reaching for the history one while I would reach for the English one. Honestly these seem great for the whole family!

  524. Rebecca Ockenfels says:

    My girls are 10 and 8 and would love the Science.

  525. These look awesome!
    My son is 11 and my daughter is 9.
    I think the absolute favorite would be the Science book, with American History a close second.

  526. Susan Crabb says:

    My two oldest ages 10 and 12 would love the American History book.

  527. My kids are 13b, 10b, and 5g. Science and history would be the big interests here! All of them look awesome though!

  528. My kiddos are 15, 13, 8, 6, and 5. I think the Science volume would be the first one my kids would grab.

  529. My kids are 10, 6, 4, & 2. I think my oldest would love the science book. He is all about everything STEM.

  530. These look awesome!

  531. I’d like the world history one for myself! For my 11 year old: math and science. My 8 year old could probably use the American history!

  532. My son is 13 and would love the science book. They all look great.

  533. My kids are 7, 11, 14, and 17 and while I’m sure all could benefit, I think my 11 yr old would use these most. He’d definitely check out the science book first.
    These look like great resources!

  534. Becky guttery says:

    My boys are 10 & 11 and they would gobble up these books. I think we I old especially love the American History or World History ones.

  535. These look amazing! My kids are 8, 6, 4, 2, and baby #5 is due any day now. I think my oldest would love them all, but especially the science one.

  536. Heather Cardenas says:

    I have an 11 & 14 year old. I believe the Math and the English would be the most useful to us, but they all look great! Thank you for the chance to win!

  537. Dana Lukkar says:

    My son, Ashtin, is about to be 7 in 2 weeks…he would absolutely love the Science book, he is a nature and art nut…like his momma! Lol

  538. My daughter is only 6, but I’d LOVE to have ALL of these books for her when she is ready. I know she’d go nuts for the Math book especially!
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  539. Theses look awesome. Gotta go with my weakness- language arts. My kids are 12,10,8, and 7

  540. Our kiddos are 11, 9, 6 and 3. Of my two oldest I have one who LOVES Math & Science and another who LOVES History and Writing. Not one of these books would go undevoured or unloved in this house! What a great find! Thank you so much for sharing it with us! I too have wished for an extension of our Core Knowledge Series. : )

  541. My kids are 9 and 15. Choosing their potential favorite is a toss up between science and history.

  542. I want all of them. My kids are 13,13,8,7.

  543. My son is 11. The book that would interest him the most would probably be Science. Although, the Math one looks pretty interesting also.

  544. My girls are 11, 8, 6, and 1. My oldest LOVES History so those books she would love! And I would utilize the math for sure! Thanks for this opportunity to win!

  545. Kids ages, 10,8,6,4,4. I have one who would loves math, one who loves science and English. I’m hoping to help make history lovers out of all of them!

  546. Jamie Chalut says:

    My five kids are ages 6 through 17, and would love the Science notebook.

  547. Michelle Claussen says:

    We’d love to try these! We have a boy 10 and girl 7. My son would eat up the history books and my daughter, the math! Such different little beings. ❤️❤️

  548. My kids are 10, 8, 6, &3. They might like the science one the best.

  549. My son is 15. His favorite would be History.

  550. Christine W says:

    My kids would grab the science book first, but they all look great!!!

  551. I have 4 children – 8, 10, 12 and 13. I think they would really like all of these books but especially the science book.

  552. I have a 13 year old son who is a math & science nut. He would absolutely love these. They all look amazing! I’ve got to add these to our library.

  553. Ages 17, 14, 10, 9, 7. With so many different personalities I think the whole series would be a big hit in this house. But to pick one I would have say history!

  554. I’d love to have a set of these Big Fat Notebooks! My kids are 13 (almost 14), 11 and 9. Two of them would be crazy about the Science notebook and the other would be more into the English and History notebooks. We like variety. 🙂

  555. Stephanie says:

    This is the first I’ve heard of these! I have a 16 year old and a 9 year old (both boys). I think ALL of these books might be interesting supplements to our homeschool and helpful resources!

  556. I have four school aged kids, 11, 10, 8, and 7, the 11 and 8 yr old boys would go to history, the 7 yr old boy would choose math and the 10 yr old girl would read Lang Arts 🙂

  557. I LOVE these. I just recently picked up a Childcraft set and these would look amazing next to it. My oldest is 8 and has a love for science and would devour that book.

  558. My kids are 12, 10, and 6. We love science and history around here, but I think science would get first place! Thank you!

  559. My kids are 4, 7, 10, & 12. They would love the Science and History books the best. This series looks awesome!

  560. Mine are 7, 8, 13, and 15. The science would get tons of use in our house. Maybe the math too.

  561. I have six kids from 30 down to 10. I don’t know which book they’d love/use the most — maybe the world-history one.

  562. My kids are 15, 12, 11, 9, and 4 and they would love the American History book. Thanks for sharing!

  563. I would love the entire set. Science would be super great! My kids are 12 and 15 🙂

  564. Jennifer Novakoski says:

    We have 4 girls, ages 4, 6, 9 & 12. I think the older ones would adore all truly but maybe grab world history first 🙂 what a fun set I hadn’t heard of but am intrigued by now, thx to your wonderful site! Thank you!

  565. I have an 8 year old who would love the science book and a 12 year old who would love the world history volume.

  566. I have a son, 14, a daughter, 11, and my baby, 4! We would love American History or Science! 😃

  567. These books look amazing! My kids are still young, 6&3, but I know my 6 year old would love the science book. He loves learning about the planets. Honestly I would love to use all of the books myself also! These sound like they’d be great reference books as the kids grow!!

  568. I have an eager-reader 11 year-old. I think she’d willingly get lost in any of them but feel drawn to the English Language Arts first. Thank you!

  569. My son is 8 and LOVES history.

  570. Elizabeth T. says:

    My kids are 7, 4 (5 in 3 more days!), and 22 months. I’m sure the science and history editions would be most enjoyed, but all would be so beneficial to have!

  571. My kids are: 18, 13, 11, 5, 2. They would want Science, because they live it. I would want English, because this is the subject we are most behind on

  572. Kids are 5, 9, 11 and 13…they would love History the most but I bet we would enjoy all of them! We’re new-ish homeschoolers so this would be a great addition. They look great!

  573. Lynne Johnson says:

    My son is 15. I think he would grab the science notebook first. I would grab for the American history book. Thanks for the offer and the great resource.

  574. Tina Chan says:

    These look amazing! My son would be all over the science and world history:)

  575. My son is 15; not sure if these books would be too young for him but they look amazing! He loves science of all subjects best but I think the math & history reference would be my pick! Good luck to all!

  576. My kids are 9, 7, 4, and 2. They would love them all. I guess that they would go for either history or science first. Thanks!

  577. Oh my goodness, what a blessing! My son is 12 and a total science nerd! He would love the science one first, then the World History! Thank you so much for this giveaway!

  578. I have an 11 and 8 year old. He would grab Science/History, she would probably grab History/Language Arts. These are the resource I’ve been looking for! Would love to win.

  579. My kids are 10,10, and 11 and I think they would love the Math book. I think they could use the English book because it is something we need to focus on a bit more.

  580. Science would be the one most read in our home! My kids are 13, 10, 5 and 5

  581. My precocious seven year old would love these books. He’d be especially interested in the Science book at this time. Thanks for the chance to win a set!

  582. Stephanie G says:

    My kids are 8, 13, and 17. They all love World History, but I think their love for science might trump their love for history.

  583. Lisa Peavy says:

    My 6-year-old would love them all but she does live science.

  584. I have a 7 and 1 year old. My 7 year old would love the science book.

  585. I love four little ones: Jack 8, Titus, 6, Emmalia 4, and Liana 3.5 🙂

    I know my oldest would LOVE these!

  586. These look amazing! I’ve never heard of them before!
    My kiddos are ages 11 and 13. I think they’d get the most out of the math and science books …but it’s hard to narrow it down. They all look really great!
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  587. Amber Ackley says:

    My child is almost 10. He would live the history books and the science book.

  588. My kids are 13 & 14, I think they would love the science books and the history books!!! 🙂

  589. My energetic two girls 13 and 9 would love American History since there into this Election and politics they find it interesting and sad to see how much are elected officials have changed.

  590. My kids are 17,16,14,12,10,9,8,6,5, and 3. They would all love the science notebook!
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  591. We have seven children, their ages are: 17, 16, 14, 11, 9, 4, and 18 months. I would LOVE a set of books like this, as several of my children are visual-spatial learners with auditory processing issues. They think in pictures and learn best when I can find visually-rich resources that teach to their strengths. I think my 14, 11, and 9 yr olds would be drawn to the science book first, my 17 yr old would go for the English book and my 16 yr old would reach for the history books. Thank you so much for making me aware of this awesome series, it’s now on my wish list!!

  592. Beth Hall says:

    The history and science would be wonderful !

  593. These look awesome! Will they fit in a stocking?🎅🏻 my boys ar 6 & 11 and they would eat up world history!

  594. I have a 13 year old and a 3 year old. I know the Science one would be read the most.
    Thanks for the chance!

  595. Denise Crook says:

    My girls are 9 and 12. They would love the science and the history books.

  596. My 7 year old son would love these! If I had to choose one, the Math would be his top pick!

  597. Karin Yoo says:

    My boys are ages 11, 9, & 9. My oldest says his favorite would be World History and the twins both say they would love American History. I think they all look great!

  598. I have an 11 year old and a 13 year old. I would love these for all subjects!!

  599. My kids are 12 and 8 and would love the science one best! The whole set is beautiful though!

  600. My kids are 16, 15, 13, and 11. Several of them would go for the history titles. A couple would jump at the science. I would love to look at ALL of them! Thanks for giving all of your readers a chance to win them!

  601. Jennifer Jenkins says:

    14 & 7, science & world history but they all look great!

  602. My kids are 10, 8 and 2. I’d pick the US History book!

  603. Michelle Comeaux says:

    My kiddos are 10, 7 & 4. My 10 yr old would choose American History, and my 7 yr old would choose Science. So fun!

  604. My kids are 11, 10 & 6. They would love the American History book.

  605. Anna Wedgeworth says:

    My kids are only 4 and 2, but my son has been sitting through all sorts of books aimed at older kids I am sure he would love these! Science and World History would probably be the most exciting for him. Thanks for offering this!

  606. My ladies are 7, 5, 3, and 2. My oldest said she would want the Science book but I am also intrigued by the World History as well.

  607. 10, 9, 7 & 5
    American History

  608. I have 5 kids ranging from 10yo on down. We’d love the world history! It’s hard to teach but the colorful notebooks would be so fun and engaging!!

  609. My two youngest are 14 and 16. Andrew and Lily would both be all over the Science book. They would enjoy all of the books, but I see them reaching for Science first.

  610. I have four kids ages 12, 10, 6 and 11 months. I think they would be most interested in the science book! Thanks for the giveaway.

  611. My 9 year old would love the science one!

  612. Mine are 5, 8 and 10 and would LOVE the science book!!!

  613. That World History would be a hit in my house!

  614. My 8th and 6th graders would love these–probably the US history especially. 🙂

  615. Lis Lawlor says:

    My 9th and 7th graders would love the science!

  616. My daughter is 7, she would love the science book 😉

  617. I have a 10-year-old daughter who loves science, so that would be the book I’d choose for her. Thank you for the review! These books look great!

    • Danielle Szmansky says:

      Oh I’m pretty sure I’m more excited to read these! My kids are 5, 3, and 1. It’s a while before we would have to use them but still would love to look at them and start our learning now 🙂 science would be our favorite!

  618. My children are 15 and 10. They (aka WE😜) would LOVE the World History AND Science!!

  619. My kids are 11, 6 and 3 years old. All the books look awesome! The science book would most definitely be the most popular in my house!

  620. Elizabeth says:

    My children are 17, 15, 14, 12, 8, & 5. They would love the American history.

  621. Kristin Heron says:

    My kids are 7 and 9. I know they would love the history texts and probably science as well. These look great!
    Kristin

  622. I have a 6yr old and 3 yr old we would be all over science first…She is my nature kiddo loves rocks and sticks and begged me for a rock and gem book. I loved our childcraft books when I was a kid.

  623. Melanie Kerr says:

    My children are 8, 11 and 13. I know they would love them all but particularly the Science and American History ones. They are obsessed with history 😉 it’s a nice problem to have!

  624. My children are 11, 9, 6 and 4. I know they would love all of these, but my 11 year old would LOVE the science book and I think my 9 year old would really enjoy the math book. I’m quite sure my 6 and 4 year olds would love to look through these too!

  625. Carrie Phillips says:

    My kiddos are 7 and 8. It would be a tie between the science and the history ones for us!!
    Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  626. Christiane says:

    I would love to have the English Language Arts book for my 13yo son! LA has been his most difficult subject.

  627. Lori Richmond says:

    These books look so interesting! I have 6 school age kids, 7,9,12,14,14 and 16. The math might be most helpful but they all look so great it would be hard to choose!

  628. This looks awesome! Our 12 year old would most like the science. We are new to homeschooling, due to circumstances of our child being in and out of the hospital, but very excited and inspired by homeschooling and the community so far.

  629. My older boys are 8 and 9 and this is our first year homeschooling. It’s a hard pic, but I think the science book might get the most love here!

  630. Thank you for this opportunity, and for the review! It looks like something my kids would greatly enjoy. They are 14, 13, 11, 8, 6, 3 and 1. I think most of my older ones would go for the math or science first, but would probably enjoy them all!

  631. Jen Logan says:

    Our son is 8 years old, an advanced reader and a science nut (thus even more advanced in science)! As we are working toward fostering to adopt at least 2 more children, we foresee getting a LOT more use from all of our curricula 🙂

  632. TERRI MASON says:

    My children are 17, 13, and 10. We would love the history or science the most, but would love them all! I have never heard of these and am going to get one to try it out. Would LOVE to be chosen for a free set! That would be awesome! Thank you for the opportunity to be considered!!

  633. My boys are ages 7 and 9. I think the youngest would like the science the best, and my oldest would really like either history book, he’s into that right now! But to be honest, they all look awesome to me!

  634. I love these! My oldest is in 6th grade (11) and would love both history ones. My middle is in 5th grade (10) and would love the math. My youngest is in 3rd grade (8) and would love the math and maybe science. These look great!

  635. My girls are 11 and 13. I’m pretty certain they both would like the science book best, followed by the math. The science because they both are very interested in anything having to do with science, and the math because we have yet to hit upon anything that explains things simply. I would love to get my hands on the English book as well to nail down grammar once and for all.

  636. Sarah Robinson says:

    My kids are only 3 and 2, but I can say the math one interests me the most.

  637. Thanks for the chance to win! These look incredible. My kids are 8, 6 and 3. They would enjoy the Science notebook the best probably!

  638. These look so awesome. I think mine would pick science and history. My kids are 6, 9, 11, and 13.
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  639. Christina says:

    We would love to have these books for our boys. They aren’t quite to the appropriate age yet, but I hope it doesn’t disqualify us 😊 Brendan, almost 6, says he’s most interested in the science one. He loves making “experiments” in the yard when it rains.

  640. Dolores McCloskey says:

    My son is 8 and he would probably like the Science book the best.

  641. My boys are 7, 5 and almost 3, and while they’re a little young for these right now, I’m guessing my oldest would love to flip through the math and science books! You could probably find me totally engrossed in one of the history books though! 😉

  642. Christina says:

    Would love these books.

  643. My kids are 22, 19, 17, 11, 9, and 7. I think they would love them all but I know the Science and American history would get the most wear out of them all.

  644. Janel Gilkey says:

    My sons are 13 & 16. They would devour every single one of these books but I can see Science being their fav!

  645. Thanks for the opportunity!! My older children are 12 and 10 and I also have a 3 year old. My 10 year old would LOVE the science book and my 12 year old would enjoy the history books. They all look wonderful!

    Warmly-
    Meredith

  646. My kids are 8 and 10. I know they would both love the science and history the most.

  647. My children are 11, 8, and 5. The 11 year old is going to love the American history and world history books. My 8 year old will love the language arts and the history books. The five year old loves to look at all books. Excited for a chance to win these. Thank you!

  648. Victoria van der Laan says:

    I’ve been eyeing these, they look great! My kids are 13, 10, and 3 and I know the oldest two would love all of them, but particularly science!

  649. My kids are 10, 7, and 4. They would all love science. My oldest would love the science one and my middle loves to read and write and would enjoy the language arts.

  650. My 13 yo would love the world history although they all look amazing and definitely made it to our wishlist.

  651. These are cool!
    My kids are 12, 9, 6, and 4. Science would interest my kids the most.

  652. I have a 12 year old son and this is our first year homeschooling. He loves History and Science. He would love the Science, American and World History!

  653. My 13 year old would most be interested in the English Language Arts, and my 9 year old would greatly enjoy the Science book 🙂

  654. My 7-year-old’s favorite subject is science, so the science book would probably be a hit, but world history would be great for when we start world history next year. Thank you for the chance to win!

  655. My kiddos are 12, 10, 9 and 7
    I think these look great! Especially the World History!

  656. HI!!! Fist Year homeschooling!! Terrified but going well! My daughter is 10 and she would love ALL the books but if I had to pick it would be Science! This Mama will take any book free!! Thank you!

  657. These books look amazing! I have a 7, 9 and 11 year old. My 11 year old would love the history. My 9 year old would go for the science and math. They would love these!

  658. Leslie Hanks says:

    My kids are 17 and 12. It would be a toss up between Science and History as their favorite. Thanks for a chance to win, i am going to have to research these books more and get us some. 😀

  659. My kids ages 9mo. 3,7,12,14. My 12 year old would love the math book for extra help.

  660. My kids are 8 & 11. The math book would be very helpful, but my kids would probably enjoy the two history volumes the most!

  661. Mine are 7 & 8, and avid readers so they would love reading the history books most! Although my husband does their math and science with them, so they’d love reading ahead and explaining everything to dad, too!

  662. These look awesome! My kids are 3,6,9,10,11 &13. I think the science and history would be very well worn around here. Personally, I am curious about the language arts, i seem to lack in that subject and wonder if this would be a fun way to learn about it.

  663. I have three girls, 8, 4 and 5 months. These books look like fun and the science book would especially excite my 8 year old! Thanks for the giveaway

  664. Sharon Gust says:

    My 13 year old learning delayed son would love the American history notebook the best. But, he would benefit from the whole series!

  665. My kids are 11 and 9. I *know* they’ll love the science book, but I can see them curling up with any and all of these books!

  666. I have four children, ages 12,10,7, and 1. I believe my children would enjoy the math series the most, because of the colorful illustrations, they are visual learners. These books would be a wonderful add to our home!!!!!!

  667. This is our second year homeschooling, with ages 9,8,6 and 5. With a tight budget,and the fact we haven’t accumulated alot of resources so far, this seems like an amazing option to have so many things all in one place! We’d love them all, I know! My oldest is a reader too, and devours anything she can get her hands on!

  668. Crystal Nichols says:

    My kids are 9 and 7. These would be amazing resorces for when we get to middle school in a couple of years. My kids would love the science one the most and I would love this history ones.

  669. My children are 11, 9, 6, and 5, and they would probably be most interested in the science one 🙂

  670. My twins are 5 and they would be most excited about the science book. The whole series looks amazing.

  671. My kiddos are 8, 6, 3, and 1. They definitely would love the world history book the best. Thank you for this giveaway!
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  672. Christie Roach says:

    I have two sons – 13 and 5. The American history would be a favorite for us!!

  673. Angela Bassett says:

    My kids are 11, 10, 8 1/2 and 5 I’m not sure which one would be the absolute favorite because they all have such different interest. Would love to use them in our homeschool curriculum.

  674. Tiffany Evans says:

    Ages 11, 9, and 2. Science would be the fav at our house!

  675. I have two boys. My 11 yr old LOVES American History, and my 8 yr old wants to be a scientist just like his mom. These books would be amazing reference books for our homeschool!

  676. My boys are 12, 10, 5 and 2. These books look amazing!! I would love the English one to help me teach them the subject I love the most, but I have a feeling the science and history would be the most read at our house. Thank you for the opportunity!

  677. My daughters are 16 and 7 yrs old. Would love to purchase the entire set for them. Please guide me on how to purchase these books online with delivery in Mumbai, Indial

  678. These look awesome. Thanks for introducing. I would probably pick math since it’s the subject I feel least confident about. However, my son (age 7) would probably pick Science. All look really intriguing.

  679. My youngest 3 are ages 15, 11 & 6. They would love all of them, but mostly enjoy reading about all things science.

  680. My son is only 7 but I’m sure he would LOVE the Science one. They all seem very interesting!

  681. My daughter is 10 and she would love either the American History or the Science book! These look so neat (and cute!!)

  682. My 12 year old son would be interested in the Science book. The math book would also be a helpful resource to our school.

  683. My 11.5 yr old would love these, and has already perused the inside of the Science volume on Amazon. She put it on her wish list. Her Christmas list begins here and now!

  684. My children are probably too young for these, the oldest is 6, but the science book looks wonderful. They’re very inquisitive. I might purchase these for our home shelves anyway. Thanks!

  685. Our children are 11 and 6. The 11yo will definitely be most interested in the science book. We’ll give the 6yo a few years to think about it. 🙂

  686. Heather H says:

    Boys are 8 and almost 6. They’d voraciously read Science followed by World History (we have family around the world) and possibly even Math. They look great and helpful!

  687. We have three kids, ages 12, 9, and 6. My 12yo would enjoy them all, but mostly math, as she worries about falling behind her peers.

  688. Katherine H says:

    My kids are 6 & 8, but they love reference books! Thank you!

  689. Bradley Barcroft says:

    Wow those look very cool! I’m sure my kiddo’s would love them.

  690. My 6 kids are all between 3-20. I think science or history would be the most read here, although I’m sure the whole series will be used endlessly. This would be such a special gift to our family! Thank you for the introduction to what looks like a fantastic series!

  691. These look very well done and accessible for my visual-processing-challenged new middle-schooler! I’d love a set!!!!

    • My kids are 9 & 11. My 9-year-old would be all over Science, and my story-loving 11-year-old would most enjoy the History volumes. Thank you!

  692. I’m a sucker for English but my kids would love the Science hands-on.

  693. I have an 11 yr old starting 6th grade this year and these caught my eye the other day at the bookstore. I know my daughter would LOVE the American History one, but I had my eye on the World History to become part of our curriculum this year. It would be amazing to win a set!!

  694. I had no idea anything like this existed, perfect! Our boys are 9&7 and would love math and science. They aren’t middleschoolers yet, but they are both advanced in those two subjects. Thanks!

  695. Krissanna says:

    Science for my younger. American History for my older. However, this mom thinks we’d benefit from the Math book, too!

  696. Hello! I have 3 children 9,7 and 6. They would love these books! I think the English and Language Arts would be an awesome resource to have!

  697. I have three children, ages 10, 9, & 9. The oldest would love the science book, and the twins would love the science book!

  698. My daughter is a 10 and even with these books aimed at middle schoolers, I know she will love them as she is a visual learner. I love the layout and how concise it is.

  699. Melanie Ireland says:

    My kids are 6, 10 and 17. They would love the American and World History books but also the Science and Math. They look so fun I can’t wait to check them out. Even the English book.

  700. Mine are 7 and 4 and the 7 year old would absolutely love the science one most! He is obsessed with all things science and is aspiring to be a physicist when he grows up 🙂

  701. My daughter age 16 and my son age 12 would both like American History.

  702. I have a 9 and 3 year old. The oldest lives all things science, the ace science would definitely be her go to book. She’s never met a science experiment she didn’t like!

  703. AMBER MANGINI says:

    Ages 10, 9, 6, 2. My oldest would love Science and American History.

  704. Molly Stroh says:

    My kids are 8, 4, 18months. Would love to have this for our future homeschool days!

  705. My 9 year old would love the science book!

  706. 18, 13, and 10! We’d love the Science one….can never know enough about the world!!

  707. Hi! We have 2 daughters ages 10 and 4. My oldest would dig into the science book! These look awesome!

  708. D'Ann Matthews says:

    These books sound absoutely7 wonderful. I’m homeschooling a 13-year-old granddaughter, and I suspect her favorite might be Science, since she has dreams of becoming a marine biologist… 🙂

  709. Mandy Levell says:

    My kids are 13, 11, & 10. They’d love the science and math!!!

  710. These look great! My 10 year old daughter would love the science one

  711. My kids are 6, 4, and 2 and I think that the oldest would be most interested in Math and Science, while the 4-year-old would love both history volumes! They all look great to me.

  712. El Paso, Texas, USA says:

    My kiddos are 11 yr old twin boys (6th graders). We would LOVE the History ones with Science coming in very close behind it. I have put these on my wish list in my Amazon account hoping to get the full collection over time.

  713. Kelly Hardman says:

    My two boys are 14 and 10. I know they will find the science and American History most interesting.

  714. Really cool! Would love to check them out!

  715. Michelle S says:

    Oh my! These look amazing!! Our kiddos are 11, 9, 6, and 3. They would love the history ones, especially my 11yo. Mom would love the math and English ones! 😉

  716. Amber Broda says:

    My kids are 11, 8, and 6.
    We could use the math one, but my girls would probably want to read world history first!

  717. Diana Lee says:

    I have twin boys who are almost 11. They would both love the world history and science. The math might get used the most though.

  718. My kids are 10, 10 and 7…and I think their favorites would be science and American history. What an awesome, concise and useful resource this would be. Thanks!

  719. Vanessa Emerson says:

    My kids are 11 and 7. History would most interest me and my kiddos!

  720. I have a 12, 10, and 6 year old. I think the science would be amazing. Looking into those!

  721. We have 4 beautiful children ages 13,11,9, and soon to be 3. We all love history so American and World History for us! Thanks for this opportunity.

  722. My kids are 8, 6, and 2. I think they would all love the science book, and I would love the math book. The history ones also look super fun!

  723. London Ingoglia says:

    What a great idea. Anything that helps make learning easier is a win/win. Pretty sure the World History edition would be a hit.

  724. Ages – 17-12-9 oh my I can’t decided !!
    Sooo American history it is

  725. My kids are 12, 15, 17, and 21. My youngest is a reluctant learner. These books look fantastic, and I would love to see the spark in his curiosity. I know the science book would be a great hit.

  726. Holly Hoffmaster says:

    These would be great for my gifted students! We do a lot of research and hands on projects and these would be perfect for them to use as a reference!!

  727. Susanna Burke says:

    Oh. My. Gosh. Wish I had known about these last year!! I have kids 14, 13, 11, 8, 5, and 3. I think all of these would be handy to have but I’d especially love the ELA book!

  728. My girls are 10, 9, 6 and 3. These books look amazing…..right now we’re all about the science…..math looks like a good one for me too 😉

  729. These were already on my radar, so I would love, love, love to win these! My boys are thirteen and eleven. One would love the history; the other science.

  730. Angela Camacho says:

    I HS my 10 yr old DD. She would enjoy the American History book, I would enjoy having the help of the math book!!

  731. These books look AMAZING! My 7th grader would choose one of the history books. I would probably choose the science, but honestly, I want them all!

  732. Heather R says:

    My kids would love these! Age 8 and 10. They would probably go for the science book.

  733. My son is 14. Hard to pick just one but I think Science would be interesting to him.

  734. Melissa DeLorenzo says:

    My kids are 11 and 8. I think they’d be really excited about the math book. Thanks for another great giveaway!

  735. My kids are 11, 9, 7, and 3. They would love all of these!

  736. Kimberlee says:

    My kids are 11 and 9, and they’d definitely want the Science book the most! 🙂 Thanks for the amazing giveaway.

  737. Our kiddos are 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9. I believe the oldest girls would love the science book best. They love learning how things work and what makes up the world!

  738. My kids are 6 1/2 and almost 5. We love World History and Science. These books would look great on our shelf. We are huge fans of books like this.

  739. My 15 year old would love anything that helped make Math easier. Wonder if the math book with its notes on Geometry might fit the bill? The Science with it’s periodic table would be a great reference as well.

  740. My kids are 11, 9, 5, 3 and although I think my two oldest would love all of these, they would probably like the science or the world history the most! Very neat!

  741. My kids are 9, 7, 3 and 1. I think my my kids would LOVE all of them but would love science the most.

  742. Kelly Fouhey says:

    I have a 10 year old who is homeschooling. These books look fantastic. She’s a science nut, so I’m sure that would be her favorite. I think the American History volume would be a big help this year.

  743. Lisa Beegle says:

    I have 12 yr old and 8 yr old girls. They would love all of them but especially the science!

  744. I have kids ages 10,10,13,15. I think they would like the Science the best. i would like the English one the best!

  745. Jordan C. says:

    My kids are 7 and 3. My 7-year-old would love the American History book. His current obsession is presidents and famous American landmarks. He devours books on the subject.

  746. My kids are 9,7,6,4,2. The oldest 2 love science! That would be the first one they’d pick up!

  747. Adrienne Taylor says:

    Holy moly these are amazing. We would love to win these for our homeschool, but I’m adding them to my list even if we don’t! My kids are 11 and 15 (going on 16 on Friday!) My 11 year old would love the Science book the most and my teen would love the American History. I think I would be most excited for the English book!

  748. My kids are 11 and 9 and 1.5. I think my 11 year old would enjoy the science book. He loves to understand how the world works. My 9 year old would like the math! She’s been expressing more and more interest in math subjects lately.

  749. Tia Fawson says:

    I have kids ages 12-3, and I think my 12 year old would eat up the American history! 10 yo would be more interested in science.

  750. 3 boys- 9, 7 and 4. They would enjoy the history ones the most!

  751. Valerie Cook says:

    My boys are 9 and 4. I would enjoy them having the history most, but they would definitely prefer the science.

  752. I love these books. Never came across these before! My daughter is turning 6 and would probably really love the science book but I’m sure if she sees them all she would want the rainbow because she’s in love with rainbows.

  753. We need, need, need these!!! I’m adding on to my small business this year and haven’t had the resources to add much in the way of new ‘fun’ materials and these would be a blessing! My kiddos are 7 and 12 and read aloud together during most of their lessons. They would have tons of fun with these!

  754. Monica Pierce says:

    My son is 16 and in 11th grade. Science would interest him the most. Math would be a great 2nd choice. It is so confusing after Algebra starts. Thanks for the opportunity.

  755. Claudia Tracy says:

    My girls are ages 10 and 12. They would most definitely be interested in The Fat Notebook of World History!! I’ve never seen two kids so interested in History in my whole life!!

  756. Paula Crain says:

    My daughter is 14 and would read the Science book first. I would love to have all of them.

  757. My oldest is in seventh grade (and one up and coming in third). American History would be a hit in our house.

  758. Page Boyd says:

    My kids are 11, 9, 8, 6 and 4! They would love the history and science books!

  759. Heather Howard says:

    My son is 9 and we just learned about these books this year. We have ordered a few and fell in love with them. I think he would love the History big fat notbook the best!!!

  760. Rebecca White says:

    I have five children 13, 11, 9, 7, & 5. so I’m sure each one would gravity to a different subject. But if I had to pick one it would be Math or Science.

  761. My 13yo would go for history and my 9yo would dive into science. 🙂

  762. Jody Bates says:

    My children are 19 and 14. My 14 year old daughter would do best with the science book, as it’s a favorite subject.

  763. My daughter, 15, would love these, especially the English one! Just wish I had these for her older brothers when they were still at home!! 🙂

  764. Christine says:

    My sons are 3, 7, and 13. I think they would like all of them, especially the science one.

  765. I love this concept of all in one and bright, bold and easy to read! We would love to win a set!

  766. I have 7 & 10 year old girls. I think we’d most enjoy the American history book, but they all look great!

  767. I have 9 and 12 year old girls and I think they would both love the science and world history.

  768. I have a 13, 11, and 7 year old that would love books like this. Especially the science and math!

  769. AmyCottrell says:

    I have a 10 yr old that would love the science and the history books!

  770. These look amazing! Mr. 10 would like the math & science ones best, while Miss 13 says the history one looks great! Thanks for telling us about them.

  771. My son is 11 and loves Math, so that would be his first pick. They all look wonderful though! I think it would be a great help!

  772. My children are ages 20, 19,13,11,8 and 5. they would indulge themselves in any of the Big Fat Notebooks, but especially Science. 🙂

  773. Cynthia Bradford says:

    I have two boys, ages 7 & 11. They would definitely dig into the science volume but would really like the world history also! Thanks for the recommendation!

  774. These are really nice! My daughter is 15 & I think she would love the English one, because she wants to become a writer 🙂

  775. My kids are 13 and 9 and the science book would be most up their alleys.

  776. Dulcie Blackburn says:

    My daughter is 7 and she would be most interested in the Science book.

  777. Patti mcgrath says:

    My son Matthew is 12, he would LOVE the science book for sure!

  778. Samantha watt says:

    These books look awesome! My kids are ages 10, 8, 6, 2, and baby due in November. I think my 10 year old would love science the best and my 8 year old maybe the language arts! Thank you, samantha

  779. My two boys are 12 and these look very intriguing! One would go straight to the s pence book and the other to the American History one.

  780. Gina Rodriguez says:

    Gina here. I have three kids.
    My 12yo would live the Math book.
    My 13yo would love the Language Arts book.
    My 14yo would love the History book.
    I would love them all! 😉

  781. I have a 7 year old and we’d head for the history and science ones first.

  782. Tami Maloney says:

    The installment that my kids will love is MATH. Kids ages: 17, 14 and 12

  783. Jacqui Soliman says:

    These look AMAZING! I have a 10, 8, 6, 4 and 1 yr old. The older two would definitely devour the science for sure, and actually my 10 yr old would probably devour all of them because she loves reading and these look extra enticing!

  784. These books look amazing! My kids are 2, 4, 6, and 9. I think we’d especially enjoy the history.

  785. My kids are 14, 12, 10, & 8. I think they each would enjoy these books, especially the history books.

  786. Jenifer S. says:

    My kids are 10, almost 3, and 1. My daughter would love the history books the most, but I can see us using all of them- they look fantastic!

  787. Mimi Schirber says:

    What great sounding books! My 11 year old would eat up the science book and my 8year old would love world history.

  788. My children are 27, 24, 21, 19, 16, and 12. My youngest and 5th daughter would love the world history book!

  789. I have four boys! Rush is 3, Elijah and Isaiah are 7 and Asa is 15. Asa would love the World History and Language Arts, the littles would love Science and Math and I would like the American History! What a great series! We would love his, Thanks for sharing 🙂

  790. These look so fun! My 10 year old son would love the world history book. My 8 year old daughter’s first choice would be the science book, and my other 8 old year daughter would enjoy the American history book. I’m kinda in love with the math one though. What a handy resource.

  791. My children are 7, 5, 4, and 2. My oldest is a very advanced reader and would love the Science book!

  792. Lori Stevens says:

    WOW! These look amazing. My daughter is 12 and would LOVE the science and history coming in a close 2nd!

  793. Amanda Cowart says:

    These books look so awesome! We would love to add them to our homeschool collection. I have 12 and 7 year old girls and a 4 year old boy.

  794. Aprille Aguilar says:

    My daughter who would use these first is 12. She’d be most interested in the American History but I think she’d use math the most 🙂 These look brilliant! I’d be so excited to win!!

  795. My kids are 14, 10, & 3. My 14 year old would go for the English first and my 10 year old would go straight for the science.

  796. We would enjoy the American history books.

  797. These look awesome! My kids are almost 2, 4, 6, 11, 13, 15, and 18.
    The older boys would probably use the math and science book most, the middles (girls) English. Not sure yet about the young kids!
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  798. My kids are 16, 14, 12, 10, 9, 7, 6, 5, 3, 1.5 and 4 months.
    We’d get a lot of use out of this set! They look wonderful!
    My kids would probably like World History the most, but all of them would have them intrigued!

  799. These books look awesome! My kids are 9 1/2 and 8. They would love the Science book first, and then the World History book.

  800. I have a preschooler and an infant. We would love the science or history books! Thanks for this opportunity!

  801. Gina Tubbs says:

    My kids are 4, 7 and 10. We would love all of them. They sound great. Thanks.

  802. Elizabeth says:

    My children are 10, 8, and 6. My 8 year old would devour the math one. And my 10 year old also has some vision difficulties. She would love the easy font and layout!

  803. My kids are 13, 12, 9 and 7. I think we’d enjoy any of them and all of them, but most history 🙂

  804. My kids are 6 and 4… Too young right? But I always keep encyclopedias and sub around since you never know what flipping through and looking at he pictures will spark. I think they would love the science notebook.

  805. My boys are 14&6. They will love the Science. I would like the English and the American History

  806. Christine says:

    My oldest is 8 years old and she would love to get her hands on the American History book since she was born overseas and seen and learned more of other countries than her own passport holding country ;-P

  807. Tricia Schlegel says:

    My kiddos are 14, 11, 9.
    Hard choice but I think the Math or History book would be best for us.
    Thanks.

  808. Robin Miles says:

    These look awesome! My son, 11, has visual processing problems and is a right brained learner. This would work great for him! Science is his first love, so we’d start there. Thanks for the opportunity!

  809. My kids are 13, 12, 10, and 4. My 12 yo would love the science one!

  810. Catherine Miller says:

    I stumbled across the US History book in this series and have been waiting until my son is old enough to jump in. He LOVES it! At 12 and 10 my kids are sooo ready for this series!! Thank you!

  811. My 8 year old would love the science book. She sure loves to experiment and learn about science 🙂

  812. Sky Yetter says:

    My school age kids are 15, 14, 12, 9, and 6. I definitely think the English one would be a hit with my oldest! My 12 y/o would love the math for sure and my other kids would enjoy the science one. These look wonderful!!

  813. Megan Salter says:

    My kids are 9 and 6 and would love the science one or world history!

  814. They are on my wish list. My 12-year-old son would probably like them all. My 9-year-old daughter would dive right into the Science book.

  815. Sue Tolle says:

    These are awesome! I have never heard of them but am now intrigued. My kiddos are 16, 9, 4, 2, and a new baby on the way. I think we’d most like the history books, both American and World. But, science would be a hit too!

  816. Ashley Miller says:

    I have an almost 6 year old and 4 year old. These are definitely on our wishlist for the future.

  817. We unschool five kids, ages 11-17. This set would have something to interest each one of them!!

  818. Christin Peng says:

    I have a 10, 8, & 5 yr-olds. I think my kids would love the American history one!!

  819. My children are 8 & 9. They both LOVE science and would pick that right away. My daughter would then pick out the language arts. She loves to write and learn everything she can to do it right. My son is a math wiz and would pick up the math book next. (trying to out math his sister 🙂 ) If you count my husband and I, we would pick up the History. The older we get the more we want to learn everything about history.

  820. 10,6, and 4! We would love any of them but if we had to choose it would be science!

  821. Jennifer Walker says:

    My son is 14 and we would love this! We would love and use all of them but if we had to choose it would be Math and English!

  822. Amanda Kassim says:

    Oh my gosh! These look incredible. My sons are 10 and 4. My 10 year old is so torn between the science and world history. I think world history would be his favorite, though.

  823. I have kids age 11, 9, 7, 5 and 1 and I know that my 11 year old would love the History volume. She’d probably be competing for it with the 9-year old, but he may be placated with the Science volume. What a great giveaway!

  824. Jennifer-anne Creekmore says:

    My kids are 10 and 12 and I think they would be most interested in the science book. Thanks for the giveaway. These look amazing!

  825. My son would enjoy them all, but I’m thinking science will be his favorite. He’s 13.

  826. Katherine Rodriguez says:

    My daughters are 12 and 9 years old. They’ll love science and math notebooks!!

  827. Sissy Carroll says:

    My child is 12 -he loves SCIENCE! Would love to add this to our collection. My son has Autism and is a visual learner. This would be perfect for him! Thanks for an amazing giveaway! :))

  828. My kids are 11 and 8 and I think the science book would excite them the most with the American History following right behind! Great giveaway!! These look really cool!!

  829. My kids are 8, 6 (in 2 weeks), and 2. My 2 oldest LOVE Science and History and would love these!! Thanks for posting about them!

  830. 9, 7, 5, and 3. My oldest would love the History book. My 7 yo would want to check out the Math one. My 5 yo loves Science. I love English so can’t wait to check that one out. They all look great!

  831. My kids are 8, 6, 3, and 4 months, but my older two read far above their age level. I think they would like the history notebooks most.

  832. My kids are 9, 7, and 4. They are fascinated with World History!

  833. These look really neat. My kiddos are 13, 12, 9 and 7. I know we would love them all, but would start our collection with science. 🙂

  834. My kids are 13 and 10. The Science edition would interest them most, followed closely by World History.

  835. Karissa Kassing says:

    These look fabulous! My kids are 9,6,5,5,4, and 1. I think their favorite would be the Science!!!!

  836. They all look really wonderful!! My kiddos are 14, 12, and 8. I think they would want to pick up “Science” first <3

  837. My son is 11 and he would love the science and American History. I’d like him to love English, but probably dreaming on that one.

  838. Sarah Polleys says:

    My kids are 7, 5 and 3. I know they’re young, but I can’t pass this up!! They are inquisitive and so am I!!

    I would love the American History the most with the math at a close second. 🙂

  839. My four kids are ages 8, 8, 5.5, and 5.5 (yes, two sets of twins 😉). I think they would really enjoy American History! These look awesome, and what a fantastic concept for a reference book!

  840. My daughter is 11 and we are just starting our homeschool journey. I worry about whether or not she is learning what she needs to know. These books look to be just what we are looking for. Thank you for your article.

  841. Tammy Cordery says:

    I have a 16yrs old and a 11yrs old. They would really like the science book. They love science and art. Thank you for a chance to win such great books.

  842. These books look Amazing! My son is 13 and he would love the science book, but I love them all! Thank you

  843. Hi! My children are 9 years, 7 years and 4 years old and I think the World and American History as well as Science notebooks would be our first go tos! What a neat idea! We would love to add this set to our ever growing, ever changing homeschool curriculum list. These would work particularly well in our morning basket routine! I hope we win! 💜

  844. Regina sparkman says:

    I have 5 kids ranging from 3 to 16. We would love the science! We have the majority of our kids who lovvve science!

  845. Javi Siddiqui says:

    I have a 6 year old, homeschooling for 1st grade and all she wants is to become an Astronaut! She reads at a 2nd grade level and would absolutely love the science big fat notebook!

  846. My kids are 9 and 11. They would love all of them, but I’d go for the American History volume first. They love comprehensive approaches like “crash course” series from Kahn Academy.
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  847. I think we will love these books! Thanks for sharing 🙂 My son is 10 and he would be most interested in the science one.

  848. My kids are 10 and 7 and would definitely love the American History volume.

  849. Christine says:

    My son is 10 and says he would be most interested in the Science! Thank you for introducing these!

  850. My kids 14,11,10,8 and 4.they would all love sciences thought language and math are needed!

  851. Kristin S. says:

    WOW! These look so great! My daughters are 19 yo and 17 yo, and my son is 8 yo. We would love them all, but top picks would be Science, American History and World History!

  852. My kids are 5, 11, and 13. They would love the science book! Thanks for a great giveaway!!

  853. Melissa Hunt says:

    My children are 11,9, 7, 5 and 2. These books look amazing and it would great to have on hand for the kids to use when age appropriate. We would love the Math book as it has been our most challenging subject.

  854. My kids are 9, almost 8, 6, 5, 3, and 2. My older kids love American History and Science, so those two would be huge hits!

  855. My kids are 16, 14, 10 and six. I think I would like the science notebook, because I’m not a science person myself and I feel like I don’t teach this with a passion. Would love for my kids to have something that would be exciting for them to read and learn about science.

  856. My kids are 8 and 11. These books look amazing! I think both of my kids would love them. I think the kids would really like the science book, but I feel the math or language arts would be the most useful, as those are each child’s most challenging subjects.

  857. Dawn Betts-Green says:

    I don’t have kids, but I tutor one of my best friend’s daughter. She’s 10, and the math and English would be sooo helpful!

  858. Piper gibson says:

    My kids are 9 &10, I think one would love the history and the other the science! I have been eyeing these on Amazon

  859. My kids are 11, 9 and 7. These all look great, but I think Science would interest them most:)

  860. This is my first tune hearing from of these! How exciting! Our children are 12, 13, and 18 and they would love all of them! If we had to choose one, it would be Everything You Need to Ace Science.
    Thank you!

  861. Kendra says: