Gray, TN, November 07, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The staff and friends of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine (TOS) have come together to share their favorite family traditions, recipes, and more by offering the 2009 Digital Holiday Supplement magazine—available November 1.
Gena Suarez, publisher of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, states: “If you’re looking for inspiration to get your holiday spirit revived for the upcoming season of festivities, you’ve come to the right place. TOS has put together a gorgeous, full-color, digital magazine filled to the virtual brim with traditions-in-the-making.
This is TOS’s gift to the homeschooling community, and anyone is welcome to it. The 2009 Digital Holiday Supplement will fulfill your yearnings for fresh and original additions to your long-treasured, family customs and maintain Christ’s honored position first and foremost in your celebrations.”
The “approximately 100-page digital holiday magazine” is not your typical E-Book but is created in the same high-quality format as TOS’s full-color, digital version of its print magazine. Highlighting inspirational and informational articles along with a fabulous line-up of planning, activity, recipe, thrifty gift, and craft ideas, the seasonally rich content makes it a perfect “idea book” to help families begin preparing for the upcoming holidays.
The TOS Digital Holiday Supplement is free. Follow this link to the download page:
Readers are encouraged to share it with friends and their supportive email lists, and to hot link it right to their own websites, enabling this Christmas complement to the TOS magazine Winter Issue to reach an estimated 200,000 potential digital readers.
Bursting inside its pages is a wide variety of features. Here’s just a small sampling:
Homemade gifts that look good, taste good . . . and smell good.
Everything you need to know to throw your own 1621 Thanksgiving feast: recipes, costumes, and history.
The Birth of Christ Copybook.
Eight Steps for a Peaceful Christmas.
Gift-giving ideas from top-rated homeschooling businesses.
"One Small Candle—The Pilgrims' Story" by Rea Berg
Sweet-Smelling Christmas Cards
Fun, kid-friendly activities, and much more.
And to add a frugal festive touch to their celebrations during these difficult economic times, readers can get the whole family involved in making some simple, inexpensive holiday projects with the “12 Days of Christmas” crafts presented by the TOS staff. “This is not so much about the frugality of homemade gifts as it is about spending valuable time with your children creating something together for the ones you love,” says Gena. Another exciting contribution is a compilation of staff members’ favorite family recipes for a holiday feast with all the trimmings.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are fast approaching. Families can enjoy the process of planning for an unforgettable holiday season with the help of the 2009 Digital Holiday Supplement—the quick-start guide to festive planning and frugal gifting—compliments of TOS.
About The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine
The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is the leading, Christian, homeschool publication and a trusted source of information worldwide. This approximately 200-page quarterly magazine is packed with important, up-to-date news, useful information, and inspiring content for the enjoyment and interest of homeschooling families. Their mission is to produce a high-quality, Biblically-based magazine that stands alone as a practical resource and introduces relevant products and services to the home educator.
The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine
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Gray, TN 37615
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