These works all captured my imagination in their own way and have stuck with me over the years. What about you?
Sister Anne’s Hands tells the story of a Catholic schoolgirl’s first encounter with racism in the 1960s when an African American nun comes to teach at her parochial school.
C.S. Lewis once said, “A children’s story that can only be enjoyed by children is not a good children’s story in the slightest.” Literature that speaks to “the kid at heart” may be marketed to children, but its appeal is often universal.
Here is my personal reading list of history books to help you forget about those drab history classes of your childhood and find a true appreciation for the story of human civilization.
This can seem daunting to those of us who did not receive a good classical education ourselves. If you’re like me, I offer this teen philosophy reading list as well as a full slate of online philosophy and logic courses from Homeschool Connections to make your homeschooling easier.