You are invited to visit the fellow blog to this one, Home School Book Review, at http://homeschoolblogger.com/homeschoolbookreview . This is the place to find book reviews, primarily of children’s literature and works for teens and young adults, from a Biblical worldview by a homeschooling father.
Some of the books that have been reviewed and posted this past month include the following:
Nov 26th, 2011: The Barber Who Wanted to Pray by R. C. Sproul
Nov 25th, 2011: Elsie Dinsmore by Martha Finley
Nov 21st, 2011: Secrets of the Magic Ring by Karen McQuestion, a new fantasy story for ages 6-11
Nov 17th, 2011: Meet Me in St. Louis by Sally Benson, the basis for the 1944 MGM musical movie
Nov 16th, 2011: A Year Without Autumn by Liz Kessler, a new fantasy story for ages 9 and up
Nov 14th, 2011: Runt the Brave by Daniel Schwabauer
Nov 13th, 2011: Outlaw by Stephen Davies, a new technical thriller for teens
Nov 12th, 2011: Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes by Edith Hamilton, a classic
Nov 6th, 2011: The Red Pony by John Steinbeck
Nov 5th, 2011: Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Nov 3rd, 2011: Dear Christian Parents: An Appeal for Homeschooling by Stacey Durham, a gospel preacher and homeschooling father
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Some books which we are currently reading and for which reviews should soon be posted are these:
The Merlin Trilogy by Mary Stewart
The Redskins by James Fenimore Cooper, author of the Leatherstocking Tales
Treasures in the Dust by Tracey Porter, junior historical fiction about the Great Depression
Homework Made Simple by Ann K. Dolin
Runt the Hunted by Daniel Schwabauer, sequel to Runt the Brave
New reviews are added nearly every day. Also, if any reader of this blog has written a book which you would like to have reviewed and posted on Home School Book Review just contact me at email@example.com for information on how to submit your book.