Book Genre Children's Literature

Reading List

Reading List

Our time to use literature to instruct, inform, and entertain is limited—and challenged by the easy availability of the internet’s siren calling. So, what should we then read? Reading List is a handy bibliographical reference which contains fiction, biographies, plays, Shakespeare, and poetry. Its open-ended discussion questions promote a Christian worldview while the literary analysis worksheet cultivates critical thinking. Need to keep track of reading? Use the convenient reading log included! Whether you traditionally school, homeschool, or un-school, use this list for your reading journey because your next literary adventure could be a page away!


Includes

Articles by G.K. Chesterton, Henry Van Dyke, and Edith Nesbit

Reading Log

Literary Analysis Worksheet

Open-Ended Discussion Questions

 

A Study of Short Stories

A Study of Short Stories

A Study of Short Stories fosters moral character from start to finish. Features 28 tantalizing tales from children’s literature, fairy tales, and folklore as well as American and British short stories. Cultivates critical thinking and promotes a Christian worldview with carefully crafted study guides tailored for each selection including ancillary readings, poems, and hymns. By studying stories rich in tradition, culture, and history, we are presented with opportunities for self-education in virtue. Fun for the whole family is waiting at a turn of the page. Read together about choices made and consequences experienced without leaving the comfort of your home.

This collection is also a complete guide to close reading, critical thinking, and thoughtful writing about literature. Is perfect for young scholars grades 6-12, literature discussions, book clubs, and homeschooling. Immerse your imaginations with tales from diverse voices around the world. Challenge your writing style by studying the masters: Twain, Poe, Chesterton, and Doyle. A Study of Short Stories is an affordable collection of trusted classics from a Christian Biblical perspective.

Includes

Let's Practice: "The Frogs Asking for a King" by Aesop
How to Analyze a Short Story
Elements of a Short Stories
Stylistic Techniques: Schemes and Tropes
Glossary

A Study of More Short Stories

A Study of More Short Stories

Picks up where A Study of Short Stories left off. A Study of More Short Stories: #3 Anthology of Wonder Series fosters moral character from start to finish. Features 30 tantalizing tales from children’s literature, fairy tales, and folklore as well as American and British short stories. Cultivates critical thinking and promotes a Christian worldview with carefully crafted study guides tailored for each selection including ancillary readings, poems, and hymns. By studying stories rich in tradition, culture, and history, we are presented with opportunities for self-education in virtue. Fun for the whole family is waiting at a turn of the page. Read together about choices made and consequences experienced without leaving the comfort of your home.

This collection is also a complete guide to close reading, critical thinking, and thoughtful writing about literature. It is perfect for young scholars grades 6-12, literature discussions, book clubs, and homeschooling. Immerse your imaginations with tales from diverse voices around the world. Challenge your writing style by studying the masters: Twain, Poe, Chesterton, and Doyle. A Study of More Short Stories is an affordable collection of trusted classics from a Christian Biblical perspective.


Includes

Let's Practice: "The Slave and the Lion" by Aesop
Narrative Composition
Stylistic Techniques: Schemes and Tropes
Glossary