Summer Literature

Summer Literature

Summer Literature – Big Adventure – Small Investment

Yes, most of us just don’t have the budget to see amazing sights and have the dream vacation that we would love. So, this summer instead of just being dissapointed about not have that perfect vacation… take your own “book-cation!” A vacation with a book. Sure, you can travel all over the world – even the universe if you want to, have amazing adventures, and even have a little romance.

Summer is a great time to catch up on that reading that you have been putting off all year. Take a few days and just block them out… set them aside… and read!

Not sure what to read? Check out all the great online book lists that are age specific.

1) Homeschool Literature has an awesome site about all things involving homeschool and literature… you can even join their online book club!

2) Check out these great lists of books suitable for various ages.

3) I have the book Read for the Heart, and use it for reading suggestions for my children.

4) Go to your library and get a stack!

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3 Comment

  1. Hi Jamie, it’s Jackie stopping by from the April Let’s Homeschool High School Blog Hop. Thanks so much for linking up with us.

    Reading is truly an adventure, and I agree that summer is a great time to take a leisurely adventure.

    Let’s Homeschool High School Admin Team

  2. says: Reply

    Thanks for the list I’ve been hoping to find an online book club for our older girls so I’ll definitely be checking that out! Also, you should link up one of your Middle School or High School posts with our (7 iHomeschool Network blogs share this link-up) Finishing Strong Homeschooling Middle & High School Link-up, here is the link in case you are interested, we’d love to have you:…I hope to see you there!

  3. Hi, Jamie! First, I must comment on the amazingly whimsical photo you have for your banner! I love it. It has the feel of an older time but with modern students.

    Second, thanks for including the link to the list of great books in item #2 above. Not only does that site list important classics but it also has a conversation-starting list of ten reasons why anyone should read the classics. That “why read?” list is definitely worth clicking on the link to the site.

    Have fun this summer reading your list of books!

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