Something new, something old!

As promised in my homeschool blog, All-In-One Homeschool Curriculum, I have gathered my books, to show you what we have added to our library for 2020-2021 booklist, school year.

These are EXCELLENT read alouds and some are a few classics to “reintroduce” kids to simplier living.

Again, I’m not talking about the 1800’s. This is still no Little House on The Prairie.

Although I did enjoy those books way-back-when.

I added some creative titles to spark excitement and creativity. I might add more titles later and update the post.

If you liked any of the books I talked about during the video, I have them listed below and a few others I plan to add later. When you click on them, it will take you to the best price that I have found for the book.

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Epic Zero is the laugh-out-loud, action-packed series that will entertain kids, middle school students, and adults. The Epic Zero Collection includes 48 illustrated character profiles and a full glossary of superpowers.

I only like the first 19 books of the Boxcar Children only. The others were written by different authors.

This beloved book by E. B. White, author of Stuart Little and The Trumpet of the Swan, is a classic of children’s literature that is “just about perfect.” This paper-over-board edition includes a foreword by two-time Newbery winning author Kate DiCamillo.

Charlotte’s Web is GREAT for notebooking and journaling. You can also use it to create a unit study. I have posts on both, when you click the links.

Math made simple is a great curriculum planning help. See my post on “How To Build Your Own Homeschool Curriculum,” For ideas!

The Original Magic School Bus Series, is perfect for creating unit studies to, and providing extra resources for you homeschool. The original series is “untainted,” and perfect for all children. You might also consider purchasing the videos, as they add perfect visuals for your students to write reports on. Especially on those days when you are tired, or sick. It is worth the investment!

See my unit Study planning sheets below.

The Tuttle Twins is also a great series that you can create unit studies with!

See my unit Study planning sheets below.

This book is A-MAZING! You will get lots of research details out of it, no matter the grade level. We will be using this for various animal unit studies this year, and our bird unit study here, also below.

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