Deuteronomy 6:6-7

And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise. ~ Deuteronomy 6:6-7

Friday, November 18, 2011

FFH - "One Silent Night"

Happy Thanksgiving! Are you in the holiday spirit yet? I am! That merry little feeling hit me this week as I was grocery shopping, more specifically, somewhere between the cranberries and the sweet potatoes ;) Naturally, now that I'm feeling so festive, it's only right that I should have some good Christmas music to keep this Holiday mood going strong.

Yay for me, because I was privileged to be able to review a great new Christmas CD - One Silent Night by a contemporary Christian group that you may have heard of...the one and only FFH!

In fact, it's their first Christmas album ever, and it was worth the wait! I guess you can already see that this CD scored big with me, huh? I'll give you a few more of my thoughts, but first, a few words about the band...

Press Release for FFH:

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) Sept. 30, 2011– Best-selling pop group FFH will usher in the holiday season with its first Christmas album. One Silent Night, available Oct. 18, is a mix of original songs and Christmas classics.

Produced by FFH founding member Jeromy Deibler, One Silent Night has been four years in the making. Giving in to the persistent appeals of loyal fans, FFH has crafted a project worthy of your holiday music collection.

Listeners will recognize favorites like “Winter Wonderland,” “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” and “Jingle Bell Rock,” among others, while being introduced to new tracks including “The Birthday of a King,” “Glorious Impossible,” and “One Silent Night.”

Deibler comments, “We just feel blessed to be able to make this record and wanted to do the kind of Christmas music we like to listen to, something that’s not trendy but more of a classic style. For us Christmas is about remembering… slowing down to see what is important. And being reminded of the glorious impossible that was the birth of Christ. We hope this album reflects that desire and inspires others to do the same.”

FFH plans to support the album with singles “One Silent Night” and “Baby It’s Cold Outside” to radio Oct. 1 as well as select tour dates in November and December.

About FFH

Pop vocal group FFH has released thirteen projects, sold more than two million albums, and garnered 24 radio hits, including seven No. 1 singles and ten Top 5 radio singles. In addition to multiple Dove Award nominations, FFH has been recognized at the Inspirational Life Awards as well as the Billboard Music Video Awards. The group has performed more than 1000 dates since 2000 and continues to be a favorite on the tour circuit. FFH is also known for its work with the “Make-A-Wish Foundation,” Kurt Warner’s “First Things First Foundation,” and for its contributions to national ad campaigns for Coca Cola and IBM.

Good stuff, right? What I really like about One Silent Night is that it stays true to the classic Christmas songs that we all know and love, while adding enough of a twist with the fun FFH sound that is familiar to their fans to keep it fresh.

All of the favorites are here, like "Baby, It's Cold Outside" (which always makes me feel nostalgic for my childhood), "Jingle Bell Rock" ( this one has a sound that for some reason makes me think of some of the old Carpenters tunes, and I like it!), and "Winter Wonderland". Then there are some great new cuts that bring the focus back to the Reason we celebrate. I particularly like "Birthday of the King".

One Silent Night will be an album you'll find yourself listening to again and again throughout this Christmas season. Go take a listen and see for yourself!

Read more about the band, check them out on facebook and twitter, and/or get info on this album at the following links... 


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only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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Monday, November 14, 2011

Math Mammoth - Light Blue Series - 1st Grade

I'm going to cut to the chase here and state up front that I dislike math. If you've read any of my previous posts on the subject, you'll see that I've made that abundantly clear. Knowing that I approach it with this bias, I really do try to tackle it head on, and jump in with both feet. So, when the opportunity to review Math Mammoth arose, I eagerly got to work with the girls.

We've been using the Light Blue series, and I absolutely love it! You can look over the available curriculum and grade levels to decide where to start your child, and/or take one of the placement tests. Math Mammoth creator Maria Miller works overtime to make sure you not only get to the right level, but that you are completely satisfied. As for our family, I looked over the choices and decided upon the Light Blue series, 1st grade. 

I was/am delighted with what we received, a full year's curriculum, which is divided in 2 sections -A and B, teacher helps, tests, answer keys, game ideas and suggestions, worksheet makers, oh I know I'll forget something here...

I have a 1st and 2nd grader, and the older needs a little more time and practice before she really understands some of the math concepts, so this level has turned out to be a wonderful choice.

Here is what you can expect your student to learn with this series (this is from the website):

The two student books (A and B) for 1st grade cover the following topics:

•addition and subtraction concept and basic facts within 0-10

•place value with 2-digit numbers (a.k.a. tens and ones)

•some adding and subtracting within 0-100

•some geometry and measuring topics

•reading clock to the half-hour

•counting and using coins (US, Euro, or Canadian)

Some main features of the Lightblue Series books are:

•focuses on understanding of mathematical concepts

•uses clear explanations, lots of visual exercises and pattern exercises

•mastery oriented: concentrates fairly long on a topic, with fairly few topics per grade

•emphasizes mental math and developing number sense

•very little teacher preparation needed

I like the term "mental math". That's been one area that we've really struggled in - being able to figure out the problems in their head(s). There are sections for ever few pages that encourage students to do the math in their mind, and it's helped the girlies quite a bit.

We, (okay it's me) also like the variety in the methods taught in learning the various concepts. There are images to count, charts to fill in, word problems, games. Now, I do have to be upfront and say that while *I* loved these methods, my girls weren't always thrilled at having to think :) hee hee. But boy, they've made some impressive progress.

The teacher prep is as simple as anyone could ask for, since there's  like, none. Directions are aimed toward the student, so there's not a lot of explaining to do.

We received our curriculum as a download, which has made our lives even easier. All I have to do is print off the sheets we need for the day (which has been 2-3 average), and then we get to work. Easy Peasy! There is a CD and a print version available if you prefer though.

What else to say? I love this program, and we'll be keeping this one for our math studies in the grades to come. It's been a great fit for our family, and Math has been much less of a chore. You can visit their website here and see if it will work for you.

You can also read what other crewmates had to say about Math Mammoth over here...

Math Mammoth
Ages: Curriculum available for grades 1-8
Price: $34.00 for the Light Blue Series Grade 1 full year curriculum - download. Individual workbooks/worktexts available, including print version, see website for more info.

**I received a free download of the Math Mammoth Light Blue Series- Grade 1 curriculum in exchange for my honest review of it, with no additional compensation.**

Friday, November 11, 2011

Keyboard Town Pals

Things sure have changed since I was a student. Back in *my* day (snicker), we didn't learn to type before high school, and then it was on those old fashioned clunky typewriters. The world has changed a LOT since then though, and in this computer age, kids need to have that skill much earlier. Which brings me to the subject of this post...

This past month, the girlies and I tried out a typing program called Keyboard Town Pals. Now, there are plenty of programs available, but Keyboard Town Pals proudly declares its uniqueness in the following ways:

Why Keyboard Town PALS is a better way to teach kids to type: Do you remember the stress of typing class? Keyboard Town PALS is different!

■Children proceed at their own pace

■The puppets, humor and music are very entertaining

■The children easily recall the storyline

■Children will want to view it again and again

■No fear of making mistakes

■No racing against the clock

■No testing

■No scoring

■No anxiety

Now for an example of the lesson(s). Our teacher is a cheerful character named Sunny.

She introduces the student to a cast of  puppet characters that live on the keyboard - homestreet, downtown, and uptown to be more specific.

There are a couple of ways that the lessons may be completed, 2 half hour sessions, or 8 6 to 7 minute sessions. Choose the length that works best with your child's attention span. I should also note that the delete and backspace keys have been deactivated, as the creators feel it's better not to focus on mistakes that are made.

Once you log in and get to the menu, there are 8 lessons to choose from. Through a cute story line, songs and the puppets, lessons are fun to go through. Kids can go at their own pace, repeating lessons as often as they need to, although Keyboard Town Pals makes a point of saying that kids can learn to type in as little as an hour. After a short couple of minutes on a particular lesson, kids will be typing real words.

Our experience with Keyboard Town Pals:

Generally, both of the girls enjoyed the program. Since the delete and backspace keys are deactivated, there was no pressure, in either speed or accuracy, which I liked as they worked on proper finger positioning. My oldest was even practicing the finger positions in between lessons. The girls also enjoyed the puppet antics.

Now, while they did like it (mostly), they did tend to lose interest quickly, I'm not sure why, as they never had anything negative to say. My guess is that while the characters are cute, they are probably better suited to a slightly younger student than my 6 and 7 year old. Having said that, I personally like the no pressure concept of this program. There is a lot of forgiveness as the student develops the motor skills to negotiate the keyboard, and that was especially great for my easily frustrated 7 year old. These are aspects that are also well suited to those dealing with special needs.

From what we've seen and experienced with the program, this one is worth checking out to see if it's compatible with your homeschool.

You can read other TOS Homeschool reviews here:

Keyboard Town Pals
Phone: 1-866-200-8881
                                                               Ages: 7-10 years
                                                             Price: $39.95 - available as a web based program, or on a CD-Rom

***I received free access to the web based Keyboard Town Pals program in exchange for my honest review of it, with no additional compensation.***

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

A Lasting Impression by Tamera Alexander

I first became acquainted with the writing of Tamara Alexander this past summer, when the book club that I was attending  featured her novel, The Inheritance. I was hooked.

I love to read, and there are many authors whose work I thoroughly enjoy, but in all sincerity, my favorite writer these days is Tamara Alexander. There is something in her style, a beautiful richness in her writing that  engages the reader from the opening pages.

Naturally, after seeing that she would be featured on an upcoming blog tour, I was delighted to have the chance to read and review her novel,  A Lasting Impression.

Before I share my thoughts though, allow me to provide you with a little information about the book and the author...

About the book:

A fake. A forger. More than anything, Claire Laurent longs for the chance to live an authentic life, to become the woman she wants to be. And she'll be given that choice. But will it come at too costly a price?

Claire Laurent's greatest aspiration is to paint something that will bring her acclaim. Yet her father insists she work as a copyist. A forger. When she's forced to flee from New Orleans to Nashville only a year after the War Between the States has ended, her path collides with attorney Sutton Monroe. She considers him a godsend for not turning her in to the authorities. But after he later refuses to come to her aid, Claire fears she's sorely misjudged the man. Finding herself among the elite of Nashville's society, Claire believes her dream to create a lasting impression in the world of art is within reach--but only if her fraudulent past remains hidden.

The Federal Army has destroyed Sutton's home and confiscated his land, and threatens to destroy his family's honor. His determination to reclaim what belongs to him and to right a grievous wrong reveals a truth that may cost him more than he ever imagined--as well as the woman he loves.Set at Nashville's historic Belmont Mansion, a stunning antebellum manor built by Mrs. Adelicia Acklen, A Lasting Impression is a sweeping love story about a nation mending after war, the redemption of those wounded, and the courage of a man and woman to see themselves--and each other--for who they really are.

About Tamera :

Tamera Alexander is a best-selling novelist whose deeply drawn characters, thought-provoking plots, and poignant prose resonate with readers. Having lived in Colorado for seventeen years, she and her husband now make their home in Nashville Tennessee, along with their two adult children who live near by. And don't forget Jack, their precious--and precocious--silky terrier.

For more information please visit

Alright, back to me. *Sigh*. I LOVED this book. The plot, the characters, all worked together from the very beginning and were simply captivating. The heroine,Claire Elise Laurent, is portrayed with a mixture of grace, sympathy, vulnerability, - let's see how many adjectives I can insert here- and a resilient spirit. Very early on, the story suggests that she is seeking *something*, a meaning to her life beyond her present circumstances, and I found myself silently urging her on to find that Truth.

I appreciated that every character had their own story, but all contributed to the main plot.  The author gave us little bits here and there to give the reader an understanding of the motives of those characters, and why they behaved as they did. For me, it was that aspect that gave me a sympathy for even some of the more cantankerous characters.

This was true in the portrayal of Adelicia Acklen, the privileged Lady of Belmont Manor,who is not the harsh and abrupt woman that she initially seems to be. In fact, it is soon apparent that she is a caring woman of faith who has known a good deal of pain in her life, and yet has come through it stronger.

My review would not be complete without including the romance between Claire Elise and Sutton. The tension was just perfect between the two, with enough suspense to wonder if they would indeed end up together. Do they or don't they? I suppose you'll just have to read the novel for yourself and find out.
This would be a good place for me to add that I think this would make a lovely first book in a series...

I only have one complaint as it relates to the book. I didn't want it to end! For me, A Lasting Impression was a sweet indulgence, and I savored every moment, every page. Thank you Tamera Alexander for a wonderful read!

Want to buy the book?  Here you go...

Check out the whole Blog Tour schedule here

**I was given a free copy of the book A Lasting Impression by Tamara Alexander in exchange for my honest opinion of it, with no additional compensation.**

Kindle Fire Giveaway and Facebook Party from Tamera Alexander!

While Tamera and her book,  A Lasting Impression, are traveling across the country virtually
(with a few international stops as well!), she will be hosting a Kindle
Fire Giveaway
(11/4 - 11/15) and preparing for a lavish Southern-Style Facebook Party (11/15) (dripping
with hospitality, of course). She will be giving away Southern Food
Baskets, books, and an array of other fabulous freebies! Don't miss a
minute of the fun. Swoon!

Read what the reviewers are saying here.

One grand prize winner will receive:

  • A Brand New Kindle Fire (shipped as soon as it releases)
  • A copy of A Lasting Impression and 3 other special books Tamera wants you to have (for Kindle)
Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends at noon on November 15th. Winner will be announced at A Lasting Impression Facebook Party on the 15th. Tamera will be wrapping up the A Lasting Impression celebration
with an author chat and giving away Southern Food Baskets (Loveless
Cafe Food Baskets, books, Amazon & Starbucks gift certificates, and
copies of Christy Jordan's Southern Plate cookbook), six gift certificates to Starbucks and, and copies of A Lasting Impression! So grab your copy of A Lasting Impression (it's
okay if you don't have one yet- you might win one!) and join Tamera on
the evening of November 15th for an author chat, a trivia contest (How
much do you know about the 1860's?) and lots of Southern-inspired
giveaways (complete listing here).

Enter via E-mail Enter via FacebookEnter via Twitter

Don't miss a moment of the fun. RSVP today and tell your friends via FACEBOOK or TWITTER. Hope to see you on the 15th!

Monday, November 7, 2011

THE THREE TREES - A Traditional Folktale by Elena Pasquali

It's Autumn, and what better time could there be to review a book called The Three Trees
I was pleased to be able to share this beautiful book with my daughters this month, and I'm happy to be able to tell you  a bit about it as well. I'll start with a little excerpt  about the book:

Three forest trees dream of what they will one day become. One dreams

of becoming a royal throne; one of being a ship that can withstand any

storm; and one longs to stay in the forest and grow as tall as tall can be.

When they are felled, it seems their dreams are over. But as each tree is

crafted into a new item—a manger, a fishing boat, and a rugged cross—it

becomes clear that through the role they play in one important life their

hopes are more than fulfilled.

This traditional folktale is accompanied by stylish artwork from a highly

soughtafter children’s book illustrator, and will help set the Christmas

and Easter stories into the overall context of the Christian faith.

About the Author: Elena Pasquali studied romance languages at

university and has a special interest in researching folk tales. She worked

for some years in children's publishing before going on to be an author in

her own right.

About the Illustrator: Sophie Windham has illustrated books for

Bloomsbury and Orchard and was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway

 Medal for Unicorns! Unicorns! by Geraldine McCaughrean.

Filled with wonderfully rich illustrations, The Three Trees engages the reader from the very first page. Three trees dream of accomplishing great things in their lives, but are disappointed when it appears that they will be relegated to a painfully ordinary life.

It is only as Jesus crosses their respective paths that they realize that His presence with them makes their existence anything but ordinary, and ultimately, they find that each of their heart's desires does indeed come true.

Author Elena Pasquali has done a lovely job presenting us with the story of Jesus and how He takes our everyday circumstances to bring glory to Himself. Children and adults alike will find this book appealing and meaningful.

I absolutely love the illustrations, as there is always something on every page that I didn't notice previously. When our family wasn't looking through these pretty pages, its home was on a coffee table in the dining room, a pretty decoration in and of itself. An appropriate story for Christmas, Easter, and anytime in between, I highly recommend this one for you too!




32 pages

Trim Size: 8.5 x 10.25

Publisher: Lion Children’s Books,distributed by Kregel

Publication: September 30, 2011

*I received a free copy of the book The Three Trees - A Traditional Folktale in exchange for my honest opinion of it, with no additional compensation.*

Friday, November 4, 2011

Gratitude Challenge November 4, 2011

I know I'm not alone when I tell you that these days, finances are tight. In addition to groceries, gas, and all of the usual expenses, we've had a few costly auto repairs and vet bills to deal with. And it has really made this lady discouraged.

But this is supposed to be a post about gratitude, right? Well, it sure is. Because the Lord has been gracious to us in this, more gracious than we deserve , I'm sure. Through a series of events, we discovered that it would in fact be possible to make all of these expenses, and even have a little financial breathing room. So we thanked God for that blessing.

But it hasn't stopped there. He went over and above that provision, as He often does. (I'm crying as I type this) I posted last time about the mistake that the repair guy made when replacing our windshield, resulting in a more lengthy repair- this time in the shop for 3 days. Well, not only will we pick the car up today, the auto repair shop has waived the deductible, meaning, we pay nothing! It was no small amount either.

God is very gracious, and His timing is so very sweet for me, as I've struggled in my faith this week. So I'm thankful. For a God who sees us. He knows our need. And He provides.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

The Person I Marry, by Gary and Jan Bower

I have often joked that it will take a very special man to marry my youngest daughter - who is currently 6 years old-, and that I'm praying for that soul now. Of course I love my daughter, and I really love her vivacious personality, and it's all meant in fun. But, there is a good principle in there. I should be praying for both of my daughters. And no, it's never too early to begin praying for their future spouse.

I was very pleased to have the opportunity to review a beautiful book by Gary and Jan Bower called The Person I Marry. Here are a few words from Gary Bower...

This book is part of our "Bright Future Series" which shares Biblical principles for families in beautiful and down-to-earth ways.  The Person I Marry was awarded "2010 Book of the Year" by the Christian Small Publisher Association.  We created this book the year of our 30th anniversary as a tool for tenderizing the hearts of our own 12 children, and sparking comfortable conversation about marriage amongst ourselves. 

This hardcover, 32 page book is simply beautiful, from cover to cover. Award winning artist Jan Bower has painted wonderfully lifelike pictures of children in various scenes for each page. My daughters actually gasped in delight when we first opened the book and flipped through the pages. My girls have always been enthusiastic readers, but I noticed that they were particularly captivated by this book. As I read it aloud, they were completely still and focused on each page.

As for me personally, I found The Person I Marry to be soul soothing, if that makes any sense. This was just a very restful book for me. I tend to be a more touchy feely type of person, and this was a book that fed my soul. I realize that I said this before, but again...beautiful.

The content, the theme of the book - choosing a spouse with specific qualities - was presented in a perfectly age appropriate manner. Written in rhyme, children can easily understand what qualities are important in a mate. For some of the harder to understand qualities, purity for example, the author did a nice job introducing the concept without presenting more information than a young child can handle.

Click on this link and get a glimpse of the book, as well as a few words from Gary and Jan Bower.

This 32 page hardcover is priced at $11.99, a great price for this lovely book. For the purpose of this review, I received an ebook form of the book, but I will be going out and purchasing a physical copy for our family. Once you take a peek, I'll bet you do the same :)

Happy Reading!

**I received a free copy of The Person I Marry in exchange for my honest review of it, with no additional compensation. **

The Person I Marry, by Gary and Jan BowerHardcover, 32 pages
Age: all ages
Price: $11.99

See what my crewmates had to say about this book...

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Gratitude Challenge 2011

So, I'm participating in this year's Gratitude Challenge, because it seems that almost every year, as soon as Halloween has come and gone, I find Thanksgiving is here before I know it, and I feel like I missed the purpose. Do you know what I mean?

I'm striving for something better this year, and the best way to accomplish that, I think, is to be intentional. So here goes.

It's Tuesday, November 1st, 2011. I'm thankful for humor. I LOVE to laugh, any of my friends will attest to that. Nothing diffuses the tension better than a good giggle, whether it's with my little girlies, my friends, or family.

Today was one of those days that might have been very ugly were it not for the grace of God and a LOT of laughs.  Wanna hear about it? Goodie.

My husband's car was the victim of a nasty little rock hurtling through space, and ultimately landing upon the windshield, leaving a large crack. It's been cracked for several months now, as our funds were limited.
Well, we were finally able to work it into the budget this week, and scheduled the auto glass guy to replace it.

He arrived bright and early this morning and all was well, until he came to the door with a *look* on his face that I knew meant trouble. Unfortunately, during the process of removing the windshield, he cut a gash into the car's roof several inches long :/

He felt terrible about it, and for some reason, it just made me laugh. I guess it was because it seems that in our family lately, if anything can go wrong it will, it does, it has. And maybe it was just the Lord giving me enough grace to laugh.

But you know what? I know my response blessed this guy. I could have responded angrily, after all, he inconvenienced me, right? Now we had to deal with towing the car, an additional repair, rental car, etc...Now let me be clear here, I'm not trying to portray  myself as some wonderful pious soul, I lose it enough times, and those close to me know it. Whatever the reason, I was able to stay relaxed, and enjoyed several laughs with the towing people, the insurance agent, and it was alright.

I hope I'm able to keep that perspective more often, and, forgive the cliche, not sweat the small stuff.

Ooka Island

So, parents, let's talk about reading. How's it going? Do you have enthusiastic readers? Not so much? Have you heard of Oooka Island Adventure? No? Well then, pull up a chair, and let's chat.

Ooka Island is an online reading program for kids in the pre-K to 2nd grade range to teach reading, fluency and comprehension. Does that sound boring? ;) If you ask my kids, they will be quick to tell you...Nope!

The fun - especially as far as my daughters are concerned- begins with the creation of their own avatar. Woohoo! Pick your favorite hair color, eye color, skin color, then dress her (or him) up. Our avatar was a crazy looking blue supergirl. Really cool ;)

The program is set up to take your child through a lesson that lasts about 20 minutes. They are then rewarded with 8 minutes of free play time, and then another lesson starts. Let's talk about the lessons.

Your mission is to unlock a series of books through the completion of various learning activities. Take a train-like ride through the cave of sounds, which allows you to progress as you identify the correct sounds being pronounced. Once you've completed the journey, use a magnifying glass to find the hiding letters.
Visit the popcorn library and take out a book to read aloud with the Ooka pals. Then complete the various reading activities that go along with it.
 Climb up alphabet mountain, and put the letters in their correct order. When you reach the top, skateboard all the way down, and perform a few tricks along the way. That game was the very favorite of my little ladies!
Or, help the Crazy Wacky moving company after the Ooka elves leave the back of the moving van open, dumping its contents into the nearby river. Retrieve the objects with the correct sounds before they go over the waterfall!
There's even more than that! Ooka Island really makes learning to read a fun experience :)

Now, this is a BIG download folks, we're talking over 2GB! It took me about 4 hours to download on my high speed computer! There is a lot here. 85 digital books, 3D graphics, and more, so, be patient and you'll get there :)

What's the price? Here you go...

Generally speaking, my kids really liked this program. My youngest has asked to use it first thing every morning since we began. We did have a few issues during our our trial period though.
I mentioned before that Ooka Island Adventure is geared for pre-K to 2nd grade. My girls are in 1st and 2nd grade respectively. They were already well along in their reading when we started, but, practice makes perfect, right? Anyway, as I also mentioned briefly, the lessons last 20 minutes (which I think is a stretch for preschoolers, let alone 1st and 2nd graders), and my oldest became bored with having to complete the basic lessons for so long since she already knew the material.

 The biggest point of frustration was in the Popcorn Library, where it was required to read the same book many times in a row before being allowed to move on. We had a few tears over that one.
The other issue was a minor one regarding the volume. In several different parts of the program, the volume is much too low, even with ours turned all the way up. The other times it's fine. I have no idea why it worked that way, but as I said, it was a very small thing.

As for our family the pros outweighed the cons, and if you have a preschooler in your home ready to begin reading, Ooka Island Adventure would be worth checking out. So, why don't you?

Ooka Island Adventure
Ages: Pre-K - 2nd Grade
Price: INDIVIDUAL -$12.95/month  $59.95/6 mos.  $99.95/year
FAMILY - (up to 4 log ins) $19.95/month $99.95/6 mos. $129.95/year

**I received a free subscription to Ooka Island Adventure in return for my honest review of the program, with no additional compensation.**

See what my crew mates had to say about Ooka Island Adventure here...