Besides Rainbow Resource...
Anyone have any favorite homeschool catalogs? Here's my list of favorite and obscure sources for homeschool stuff. They all have dead-tree versions, which I far prefer for browsing.
American Home-School Publishing
No-nonsense catalog of "academically rigorous materials" oriented toward a classical education. Really good. I can't figure out why it's not better known.
These are the Artes Latinae guys. Everything your budding classicist could ever want. They have a printed catalog available. And a nice selection of Latin for little kids.
Chaucer Studio Recordings
Run by a professor in the English Dept. at BYU. I had an e-mail from him a while back saying he was having some new things recorded soon. Low prices, free shipping; they're just in it for the love of spreading Middle English. And you get a free cool Chaucer tote bag if you order enough materials. The grad student I talked to seemed amused that the department had tote bags.
For your budding CSI, or suspicious parent of teenagers. See their press release for all the cool details. Not really homeschooling, but my elder child loved browsing through it. And I'm sure I could find some use for 100 yards of "Caution: Crime Scene" police tape. Or an assortment pack of biohazard stickers.