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I think you’ll like this – Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

I think you’ll like this – Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

Just yesterday I found out about a great bundle of ebooks that might be of interest to you. It’s called the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, but it has lots more than just homemaking. 

Look at what’s included:

  • 78 Fantastic Ebooks, Audio Files & Printables
  • Topics include cooking, homeschooling, faith, parenting, decorating and much more
  • 10 Awesome Bonuses
  • Value of $698 if you bought them individually
  • With Bonuses it’s worth nearly $900

But you can get all 78 ebooks for only $29.97 (only 39 cents / ebook)

Click here to get your Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

Why Should You Invest in the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle?

You know how wonderful it is when a friend suggests a really good book. The minute you start reading it, you see exactly what she meant. Sometimes, the book is so helpful, so in tune with the way you think, that it’s almost like a friend itself.

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle chose only those eBooks that will help you make your home happier, healthier, and more welcoming. Think of it as a whole bunch of recommendations from friends—a collection you’ll truly enjoy reading, and return to again and again.

To make it even better, I’m adding an ebook (I was a contributor) and one of Steve’s audio workshops for days . . .  if you use the link below to order your copy.

Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

You Can Do It Too - 25 homeschool families share their stories from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comYou’ll also receive these for ordering the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle:

  • You Can Do It Too!(ebook) compiled by Lorilee Lippincott – value $10
    • Homeschooling advice from 26 experienced homeschoolers, including me :-)
  • Dads & Education (mp3 workshop) by Stephen Beck value – $10

Just forward your receipt to Jamie at {kerry – AT – CurriculumConnection – DOT – net}  and we’ll email you these fantastic bonuses to the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.

NOTE:.

ps. This offer is only good for the next 6 days, so don’t delay…
Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

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