April 4, 2011
By Courtney @ Ordinary Happily Ever After
I'm going to break with tradition for this post. Instead of posting an insanely long, passion filled and sometimes controversial post, I'm going to keep it short and sweet.
I am in the process of getting my next year's school schedule ready, and I need your help! I need help with History.
I have a ridiculous quantity of books on the American Revolution. I have books and activities for everyone from preschool age up to my age.
Beyond that, my history library is sorely inadequate. Can you wonderful experienced mama's out there suggest some resources?
I need World Medieval History and American History AFTER the Revolution.
More specifically, I'm looking for picture books, historical fiction and biographies for ages 10 and under (and maybe for adults because I'm kind of a book hog ;)
Thanks for indulging me!
Courtney is an overly scheduled, overly stressed, overly sleep deprived and overly blessed homeschooling mom. She has been married to the greatest (and best looking) man for nine years and has loved every minute of it (almost). She has two girls, ages eight and six, and two boys ages three years and ten months. She is in her second year of homeschooling and has decided there is no way she is going back. Courtney knows it is selfish of her, but she feels that her children are entirely too much fun for someone else to enjoy their company all day long while she can't. Courtney apologizes if this post is long winded and rambling. She tends to feel very passionately about things and has a hard time ever shutting up. You can find more of her and her musings over at My Ordinary, Every Day, Happily Ever After.