Product Review—Circle C Stepping Stones Books

Mr. Intellectual, the only boy in our family who reads much of anything, has really enjoyed the other Circle C books we have (most of each of the Circle C Beginnings and the Circle C Adventures series). When I had the opportunity recently to sign up for review copies of the first two books in Susan K. Marlow’s newest series, Circle C Stepping Stones, published by Kregel Publications, I knew he’d love them. I read both Andi Saddles Up and Andi Under the Big Top aloud to all the children, and the boys really enjoyed them. Mr. Sweetie badly wants me to get the rest of the books in the series. Mr. Intellectual really likes them, and so does Mr. Diligence, although I can’t get any more out of him than that! Even Mr. Imagination enjoyed them. Here he is holding them:


There is a study guide on the author’s website to go along with these books. Although we won’t be using it, it would be a great resource if you want to do a unit study based on these stories. There are also coloring pages which can be printed. I printed a set for each of the four children ages 4-7 who are living in our house right now, and they have really enjoyed them. There are six pictures for each book. They are the illustrations in the book, each one in a full-page PDF. We really enjoyed doing this review, and I’m hoping we will have the chance to review more books for this author. We also loved that Kregel Publications was willing to mail physical copies of them to us, even though we live in New Zealand!

Read my full review here.

For 60 other reviewer’s opinions on these books, click on the banner below: Andi Series {Kregel Publications and Susan K. Marlow Reviews}   Crew Disclaimer

About Emma

A home-school family living in New Zealand, with a desire to share what Christ has done for us.
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3 Responses to Product Review—Circle C Stepping Stones Books

  1. susan says:

    New Zealand! I love it! And your family is BEAUTIFUL. “Little Miss” is sure to be the princess with all those Knights in Shining Armor to protect her. 🙂
    Thanks for your lovely review of the two newest books. It’s nice to see that the “word” can spread to New Zealand too. I homeschooled for 20 years and now I help my DD (with 8) homeschool her learners.
    Thanks again!

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