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From: Julie in MN (209.162.49.5)
Subject:         Re: Progeny Press for Lit?
Date: April 11, 2010 at 2:13 pm PST

In Reply to: Progeny Press for Lit? posted by LeeAnna on March 29, 2010 at 11:20 am:

PP could certainly work. They have recommendations on their website about how many per year. As for which titles, they also have recommendations about grade levels.

One thing to note is that different guides have different authors, and they do vary. It'd be really nice if you could find personal recommendations before using an individual guide.

My own choices about books depends on a few things. My middle dd needed short books to absorb slowly. With my youngest ds, I want him to cover more classic books. For both of them, I want the books to give exposure to a range of topics. For instance, To Kill A Mockingbird, Autobiography of Ben Franklin, and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich.

Some other good literature resources:

- Lightning Literature
- Smarr Literature (you can buy one individual book guide at a time)
- Glencoe Literature Library (free online)

We are going to use My Father's World, which is Bible, History, and English/literature. They use some Smarr, the whole Bible, and several good classic pieces of literature.

Julie


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