53 eBooks to Inspire Your Homeschool for $0.50 Each
Omnibus: a book containing reprints of a number of works
French, from Latin, for all, dative plural of omnis, a combining form meaning “all,” used in the formation of compound. First known use: 1829
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I am SO excited to offer this package to my readers!
Can you believe the new school year is almost here? I feel like the summer has flown by, but I am also eager to get back into our regular routines of learning and growing together as a family.
This collection of eBooks comes at the perfect time, to offer us helpful resources, fresh inspiration and plentiful ideas for educating our children. For those just starting out, I think that you’ll find a lot of what you need to get you going.
For those who have been homeschooling for a while, there are books that will reinvigorate your learning, provide suggestions for the older years, or simply encourage you as a mom.
With a wide range of topics, this package includes eBooks on:
- money-saving ideas for homeschoolers
- teaching preschoolers (circle time, letters of the week, etc.)
- specific thoughts on training/educating both girls and boys
- unit studies (science, geography/history, literature)
- file folder games
- even topics just for you as a mom, like meal planning, family finances, tips for work-at-home moms, marriage and more.
- Christmas activities
- both school and home organization
- and many other topics
Below, you can see the entire list of all 53 eBooks included, so make sure that you take a look through to really get an idea of all that this Omnibus contains.
What is the Homeschool eBook Omnibus?
A digital stockpile of books to carry you through the school year with encouragement and practical how tos.
There are 53 eBooks in the collection, valued at over $350. The authors want to bless you by offering the entire collection for only $25. That is less than 50-cents per eBook.
How long will this sale last, exactly?
The sale will begin at 12:01am ET on Tuesday, August 21st and end at midnight on Saturday, August 25th.
What eBooks will I receive?
- Truth in the Tinsel : written by Amanda White from Impress Your Kids
- Pursuit of Proverbs 31 : written by Amy Bayliss from Cajun Joie de Vivre
- Road Trip USA Geography & History Curriculum : written by Erica from Confessions of a Homeschooler
- Expedition Earth: A Journey Through God’s World : written by Erica from Confessions of a Homeschooler
- Boyschooling: The Fine Art of Homeschooling Boys : written by Jamerrill Stewart from Holy Spirit-Led Homeschooling
- Notebooking Success : written by Jimmie Lanley from Notebooking Fairy
- Essay Tune Up : written by Jimmie Lanley from Jimmie’s Collage
- Designing Your Language Arts Curriculum : written by Jimmie Lanley from Jimmie’s Collage
- Weekly Homeschool Planner : written by Jolanthe Erb from Homeschool Creations
- Simply Homeschool: Having Less Clutter and More Joy in Your Homeschool : written by Karen DeBeus from Simply Living…for Him
- How to Have Your Cake and Eat It : written by Mandi Ehman from Life, Your Way
- Back to HomeSchool : written by Misty Krasawski from Encouraging Beautiful Motherhood
- 31 Days to a Better Spouse : written by Ashley Pichea from Ashley Pichea.com
- What Your Child Needs to Know When : written by Robin Sampson from Heart of Wisdom
- Plan It, Don’t Panic : written by Stephanie Langford from Keeper of the Home
- Advanced Penny Pinching : written by Tabitha Philen from Meet Penny
- So, You Think You Wanna Homeschool? : written by Tiffany Manley from Sweet Phenomena
- Mindset for Moms : written by Jamie Martin from Steady Mom
- The Classic Housewife’s ABC’s of Eclectic Homeschool : written by Amber Oliver from Classic Housewife
- Homeschooling with Purpose : written by Amy Roberts from Raising Arrows
- Organize Your Homeschool : written by Bethany LeBedz from Bethany LeBedz.com
- Homeschool Your Preschooler on $1 a Day : written by Cheryl Moeller from Mom Laughs
- Aunt Sarah’s Alaskan Cookbook with curriculm : written by Cheryl Moeller from Mom Laughs
- NaturExplorer: A Fungus Among Us : written by Cindy West from Our Journey Westward
- ABCs of Encouragement : written by Dawn Perkins from The Momma Knows
- Classic Literature Unit Study Mega Pack : written by Erica from Confessions of a Homeschooler
- 51 Frugal Father-Daughter Dates : written by Ashley Pichea from Ashley Pichea.com
- Help for Heart of the Homeschool Mom : written by Jamerrill Stewart from Holy Spirit-Led Homeschooling
- Planner Perfect eBook : written by Jenny Penton from Planner Perfect
- Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Day : written by Kendra Fletcher from Preschoolers and Peace
- Nurturing Creativity : written by Renee Tougas from FIMBY
- Princess Training for the King’s Glory : written by Richelle McFarlin from Under the Golden Apple Tree
- Cut Your Homeschool Day in Half : written by Tamara Chilver from Teaching With TLC
- 321 Stop: Stop Running and Start Living : written by Lorilee Lippincott from Loving Simple Living
- Girl Power, God’s Way: Living Out Biblical Womanhood : written by Angela Parsley from Refresh My Soul Ministries
- Managing Multiple Ages in the Homeschool : written by Christine Field
- Preplan for Your Best Homeschool Year Ever : written by Bethany LeBedz from Bethany LeBedz.com
- Blogger Behave : written by Laura Booz from 10 Million Miles
- K4 Curriculum : written by Erica from Confessions of a Homeschooler
- Letter of the Week : written by Erica from Confessions of a Homeschooler
- Lexi’s Homeschool Diary (a novel) : written by Cheryl and MacKenzie Moeller from Mom Laughs
- Baby Saves Christmas (a novel) with curriculum : written by Cheryl Moeller from Mom Laughs
- Counting and Numbers Notebooking Pages : written by Melissa Telling from Lilliput Station
- Geometry Notebooking Pages : written by Melissa Telling from Lilliput Station
- Honoring the Rhythm of Rest : written by Daniele Evans from Domestic Serenity
- Copywork for McGuffeys Eclectic Primer : written by Amy Maze from Living and Learning at Home
- File Folder Games : written by Lauren Hill from Mama’s Learning Corner
- Training Your Children in Home Economics : written by Angie Kauffman from Many Little Blessings
- Bedtime Learning Book : written by Richelle McFarlin from Under the Golden Apple Tree
- The Ugly Duckling : written by Richelle McFarlin from Under the Golden Apple Tree
- Hands-On Learning: Cross-Curricular Projects to Make Learning Come Alive! : written by Kris Bales from Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
- Homeschool Road Map : written by Alyse Scicluna Lehrke from Write Foundations
- Unplug Your Mind and Recharge Your Soul : written by Karen DeBeus from Simply Living…for Him
Why are you selling this collection so cheap?
The authors are all homeschool moms like you who have just bought a multitude of school supplies and curriculum for the new academic year. They know that money can be tight at this time of the year. That’s why each of the authors wants to give back to the homeschool community with this ridiculously discounted eBook Omnibus.
Is there any other information I need to know before purchasing?
Yes, the download links for the eBooks will be valid for only 2 weeks. You must be sure to download all files before September 8th. Please remember to back up your files as well. iHN and the authors cannot send you copies of eBooks that have been deleted.
Each of the eBooks in the Omnibus is copyrighted by the original author. Your purchase does not entitle you to share the files or upload them anywhere online where others can access them.
Enjoy! Remember, the sale ends at midnight on Saturday, August 25th
Yes! We love homeschooling! My “poor” kids though – we homeschool all year round but thankfully homeschooling in our house does NOT look like schooling in a school building. We do all kinds of fun things. Whenever someone asks me about why we homeschool, I always focus on the positive reasons (and never the reasons why we don’t have them in public or private school).
Oh my! This is an incredible collection. I’ve been wanting one of those for a while. And I appreciate the extreme discount, as I’m one of those moms who just spent all the funds on books and supplies this past week. THANK YOU!
Question…I’m newer to the whole ebook thing, and I don’t have a tablet to store it on. Any idea how much room this would take up on my laptop?
I’m sorry, I don’t know exactly how large the files are. But if your laptop is relatively new, the amount of space that this takes should be fairly inconsequential. And once you’ve gone through them, if there were a few that you knew you wouldn’t read and you needed the space, you could also just delete those ones, or you could also print out some of the ones that you would like to have in your hand and then delete them.
The files from Confessions of a Homeschooler are not working. They download as corrupted / invalid files. Everything else is already successfully downloaded. I went to the Confessions of a Homeschooler website and there are others there experiencing the same problem with the same files. Any idea how to get those files to download like the others? I can’t just play around with different methods for fear of passing the download limit. Thanks!
Christina, I just spoke with the book sale organizer, and she asked that you email her at email@example.com, and please include your name and the paypal address that you used to purchase the books, and she’ll be able to help you.
Many of the files download as invalid / corrupt. I have visited the Confessions of a Homeschooler site and found many others who are having the same issue. Half of the books in the set do not download.
I just sent your email to the book sale organizer, so hopefully she can help you with the downloads. Sorry about that!
Sorry, I don’t know where else to get help, but I’m trying to download my files and they are taking a reeeeally long time. Where can I get help with this?
Emily, I just spoke with the book sale organizer, and she asked that you email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, and please include your name and the paypal address that you used to purchase the books, and she’ll be able to help you.
Thank you for following-up, Stephanie! I love both of your paperback books and am eager to read your ebook! I, too, haven’t received confirmation or instruction as to how to download the books but sent an email to the email address you provided and look forward to reading it, and many others, soon!
Thank you for all your wonderful blogs – I am inspired!