Archive for the ‘Language Arts’ Category

Printables for C.S. Lewis from Homeschool Literature

Some girls love to read, some hate it.  Each girl is a unique individual!  However, we all know how important reading is.  Because of its importance, we have put together a list of ten books/series which are popular with girls.  Your book-loving girls would enjoy these, and hopefully they will motivate and inspire an enjoyment […]

Middle School Summer Reading List from Homeschool Literature

Author bio: Hi! I’m Ree Drummond, also known as The Pioneer Woman. After marrying a cattle rancher, moving to the country, and having babies for ten years, I started a blog on a whim in 2006. There, I shared stories from my childhood, photos of my children growing up in the country, and eventually, recipes […]

  Elementary Summer Reading List from Homeschool Literature

  Book Summary: Roses are Read is an eclectic collection of poems that express the struggles and stages of teenage existence. From first kiss to first heartbreak, awkward moments to awkward stages, and broken lies to broken cries, Roses are Read illustrates what average (and not so average) teenagers experience every day and after. No […]

    About the Author: Ashlee Willis lives in the heart of Missouri with her husband, young son, and simply way too many cats. While most of her days are balanced between writing, reading and homeschooling, she also loves to crochet, play the piano, and spend time outdoors in God’s creation.. Author blog:. Facebook: […]

    Author bio: Sarah Brazytis is a home educated graduate, historian and small business owner. She has published various works of history and historical fiction. Her goal is to be as historically accurate as possible and to portray history from a conservative Christian perspective. She and her mother Cecile co-own and operate a custom clothing […]

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  Author bio: Ashlee Willis is the author of Christian fantasy for young adults. She lives in the heart of Missouri. When not reading or writing, you will find her in her garden, splashing in the creek with her young son, or taking long forest rambles.  Find more about her on her blog.   Book […]