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The Homeschool Diner's Guide to
Homeschooling by Subject


Literature Resources for Homeschoolers

by Julie Shepherd Knapp, copyright 2006


Now that we finally have time to read... what should we read...?


Book Lists, Suggested Reading, and Reviews

Study Guides, Discussion Guides, and Book Reports

The Diner's Favorite Poetry Resources

The Diner's Favorite ABC Books

Other Resources

Teaching Company Video Lecture Series - great literature courses
taught by great teachers (Ivy League, Stanford, Georgetown, etc.), these
are not flashy or fast-paced... just really good lectures, available on DVD,
video, audiotape, and CD

delancyplace.com -- a free e-mail subscription sends daily, short,
interesting book excerpts to your e-mail box

Book Adventure - a free reading motivation program by Sylvan
learning, allows children to search the database for books by grade level,
subject or title, uses a point system for motivation

PaperBackSwap.com  online group that uses a credit system to trade
books you don't want and get books you do want

Full Bookcases?  Organize your books, using these
free printable
Dewey Decimal System signs with cute Jan Brett illustrations



Related Issues

How to Read to Your Child - Without Falling Asleep! by Rachel
Webb -- tips for making reading an interesting experience for your little
one, and you too!

Raggedy Ann's Measuring Stick by Win and Bill Sweet

Losing the Big Picture: The Fragmentation of the English Major
since 1964 by  Stephen H. Balch -- discuses changes that have taken
place in class offerings to college English majors

Dead Plagiarists Society by Paul Collins -- Google Book Search is a
plagiarist's nightmare


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