The fuller life gets, or the older I get, the faster the years fly by, so incredibly I close the 2017 chapter so shortly after having lived 2016. Here are the books I completed in November and December. I am sorry I didn’t post November’s sooner but let the holiday season take precedent over publishing… Read More End of Year Wrap-Up
Summer is a wonderful rest from the school year routine. For me, it has become my most intense season as I help moms plan their coming school year, so I beg your understanding for neglecting to post blogs often here. These are the most recent books I have finished. School Education by Charlotte Mason. I am… Read More Summer Reading
Truthfully, I was reading in 12 books last month, and that’s pretty average for me, but these are the only ones that I finished in May. I try to read in two or three of them every day, but every day read different books. For a couple of years, I have been trying to read… Read More Books Read in May
“When I get a little money I buy books; and if any is left I buy food and clothes.” – Desiderius Erasmus If you’re a homeschooler, you know that this is the season of spending money on books to prepare for the coming school year. Or, if like me you buy them whether it is… Read More The Cost of a Book
Living Library Press is pleased to announce our newest reprint of a previously out-of-print living book! Rain, Hail, Sleet, and Snow by Nancy Larrick is a living science book for elementary readers. Couples with Nicole Williams’ Living Science Study Guide: Elementary Weather, this book makes for a complete unit on Weather for upper-elementary students.
We have updated our sale pages with new offerings. Please use the link to our online order form (found at the top of each category page) to copy and paste the book titles and descriptions that you wish to purchase. Thanks for looking!
It’s spring and the perfect time to begin planning for next year! To help you, we have updated our sale pages with lots of new offerings: history, biography, science, historical fiction and literature. All purchases support Living Books Library and our local community of readers and homeschoolers. We thank you.
A reminder: Our postponed January Book Sale Update will be MONDAY, February 1st at 10:00 am EST. A new addition to our sale pages will be in place at that time– I’ve added pictures of every book! I hope you’ll check back on Monday to browse our offerings and hope you’ll find some new treasures… Read More February Book Sale
Last winter, I had the privilege of attending a concert directed by Alice Parker, 90-year-old composer and choral director and arranger, and it was a moving experience. She explained her desire to preserve songs from cultures around the world and her passion to keep singing alive in a culture that has slid into spectator mode, rather than active participation in… Read More The Gift of Song
Tune in to listen to Emily, Liz, and Nicole discuss the Role of the Teacher in a Mason education. The episode and it’s show notes are available at www.adelectableeducation.com or in iTunes.