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  1. We are considering changing to Story of the World from Bookshark. I do not see a readers list (books for the kids to read in addition to read aloud volumes). Does anyone know if there is a readers list that accompanies this curriculum? Thank you.
  2. So I'm sure some variation of this thread exists on here, but I couldn't find it. So I'll ask- what books do you consider "not to be missed" for 4th/5th grades? I'm thinking of putting together a structured lit program for next year, and I'd love to hear what books you all think are the best of the best for that age group. Thanks!
  3. I am trying to find a list of all the books that Tapestry of Grace uses or recommends for the first year / Level 1 (the Ancients), specifically for the Lower and Upper Grammar Students. Can anyone provide this or tell me where I can find it? I tried to find it on the TOG website with no luck. Thanks in advance!!
  4. I see the Honey For a Child's Heart Kindle edition is marked as 2010. Does anyone know if it it actually different than the printed version marked 2002? Thanks!
  5. to start our school year. He's a slow reader. I still assign outside reading and we take turns picking the book. We're doing ancient GB in school and I'd like to start with something short and simple, but not childish. I started reading Flatland this morning thinking that would be it. I don't think he's quite ready for that level of satire. I'd like something that is 150 pages or less, not necessarily ancient. I'm trying to start the year with some reading success. For instance, years ago we started the school year with The Phantom Tollbooth, it was the perfect fit. I probably own the
  6. for grades 1-12. These are not original-- I have simply compiled the lists of AO, TWTM, Robinson Curriculum, OFE, etc., etc. for our own use. Recently, someone asked me to share these lists in reference to this thread. Here they are!
  7. What books do you love to read? Which ones have you read over & over again, and which ones would you say you don't want to read AGAIN, but you're glad you read them once?
  8. My dd's LOVED Junie B First Grader in grades k-2. We are getting rid of them now as I am going through bookshelves getting ready for our new grades/ages/reading abilities and books that have been read a million times. I am looking for something similar to read aloud to my ds's this year (K and 1st grader) Thanks for the suggestions?
  9. Little Librarian is good reader and is working on the Narnia books right now. It's rare for her to just pick the book up on her own and read it. Usually I have to suggest it to her or put the book in the car for her to read. This weekend however she read two entire Calvin and Hobbes books. I was delighted! At one point she was reading by the campfire with a flashlight. She has asked for more because she likes how funny they are and while I don't mind her reading comics I'd like to get her other books also. Any suggestions for more funny books that she'd like?
  10. I love to read mysteries. I am currently on a few series- Donna Leon, Laura Childs but need more. I just found out today that two series I really liked won't have any more because the authors are dead. Add to that some more that I already knew had died and I am running out of authors. I read very fast and I mostly read mysteries though I also read non fiction too. You can already guess that I have read all the Agatha Christie books (started at 11, finished by early 20:s), am caught up with Sue Grafton, Susan Wittig Albert, Ruth Rendell, and have finished others like Tony Hillerman, Rabbi b
  11. I know it is not required... I know no one needs a list BUT, I wondered if anyone made one. I always swing from the hip (just like homeschooling ) but I can't think of what I WANT to read now, so I am playing on here instead. So, does anyone have a plan?? Just curious! Last year I got hung up on Dystopian Lit and about 1/2 my books were from that genre. This year, I think I would like to add some good Non-fiction, a few classics and I think I may read through AO Year 11 since I bought all the books, but never set that year up for ds as he had other ideas :) Anyo
  12. but more difficult? I think the magic treehouse are brilliant especially the research guides. Is there anything else like it out there but more difficult to read? Stephanie
  13. I need a good read... Calgon....take me away!!!! ~~Faithe
  14. I'm wondering how other families use book lists. I am interested in using the list of Sonlight books for my dds (3rd and 4th grade). From what I researched, some people were saying that the instruction guide wasn't helpful. So, I was wondering if I could just acquire the books and do some study from them. How does one go about doing this? Do you utilize narration exercises? If so, do you have any tips to share?
  15. Fiction or non-fiction. Can be a re-read. Doesn't have to be recently published. I'm always looking for something to read...and rarely find anything I like on bestseller lists or other popular sources. Mine: Thirteen Gun Salute by Patrick O'Brian. Book #13 in the Aubrey/Maturin series. Historical, nautical fiction set in the latter part of the Napoleonic Wars.
  16. I think it may have been a librarian's blog. Not sure, though! ;) ETA: I remember it was like a top 100 list or something. They took a poll of teachers and the blogger added quotes from the teachers about why they liked the book so much. There was her own review with an image of the book cover.
  17. DS 11 loves to read, and I need to start veering him more to the classics fore better preparation for hs and college. The "lists" can be overwhelming and I don't know where to start. He reads at a hs/college level, so comprehension is not an issue, but I worry about content and age-appropriate themes, though we are not a conservative home. I just don't want things that are "too sexual" or violent in nature for an 11 year old. Thanks!
  18. Can anyone point me in the direction of a thread or website in which someone has detailed favorite resources (books) to use with SOTW1? I'm trying to get a handle on next year, and I'd like to have some of the groundwork done for me! :001_smile:
  19. Well, it turns out ds does not like most of what I enjoyed reading when I was growing up. And he isn't much of a bookworm. Reading level--no problem, he can read anything he wants. He just doesn't love to read and I'm hoping to spark his interest. He's not interested in Narnia, E.B. White, and all the classics I'm familiar with, although we've read many of them aloud. He loved Magic Tree House last year and read all that the library had. He also really liked the "Nim" books by Wendy Orr, and Bunnicula. He's read a couple of the Captain Underpants but we're really trying to avoid stuff like
  20. My son loved SOTW. I'm looking for astronomy, chemistry, and other science book equivalents to SOTW. An narrated historical perspective for teaching the sciences would captivate my ds8. Are there such?
  21. I would love some book suggestions for my youngest. He reads at about a 5th grade+ level, loves science and boyish adventures. It doesn't need to be modern, although he loves Homer Price, Encyclopedia Brown, and Tin Tin. Maybe something like The Railway Children he really liked reading that one too. I would prefer it be light on magic and vampires (does Barnes and Noble really need a whole 10' x 4' section of these Harry Potter/Twilight wannabes - rhetorical), but I don't mind some (magic level of Tolkien, Lewis, MacDonald.) After 2 other boys I should know these things, but I don't. He's
  22. The last ones I read were the Stephenie Meyers Twilight series. Trying to get into her "Host", but it's not doing it for me. So whatcha got for me? TIA! - Stacey in MA
  23. Hi! I am tired of all the arguing so I decided to start a happy thread. :D What books would you consider are must-reads? It can be any genre. If it isn't a well known book, can you please explain why everyone should read it. This should be fun!!
  24. My youngest is a boy, elder siblings all girls. We have ballet books, pony books, girls adventure stories, Little House series, Heidi series, What Katy Did, Little Women series, Anne of Green gables etc etc Trouble is...he doesn't go a bundle on any of these. ;) Any ideas for boy books. He has read and enjoyed all the Redwall books, and the Narnia books, and he hates books written in the first person. Thank you Willow.
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