Sunday, November 20, 2011

Using A Kindle in Homeschool

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I mentioned the other day that we would be purchasing a Kindle for easy options on our booklist. If you are new to Charlotte Mason then you should know now it is heavy in literature and reading "living" books. Books that don't speak down to children. The greatest example of a living book is The Holy Bible.

I saved up our extra money and purchased our Kindle touch yesterday! It has shipped, so hopefully it will be here before Thanksgiving! I get very excited about these things ha!

Now, I mentioned that a lot of the books on our list are FREE in the Amazon store. So, I will be filling that baby up!

Here is a peek at the books we will be putting on it. Most for this year, some for next year...or me.. *grin*

The Aesop for Children

The Burgess Bird Book for Children

Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare

The Blue Fairy Book

Just So Stories

The King of the Golden River


The Velveteen Rabbit

Beatrix Potter Collection

A Child's History of England

Among The Forest People
Among the Pond People
Among the Meadow People
Among the Night People
Among the Farmyard People


Around the World in 80 Days

Fifty Famous Stories Retold

Robin Hood

Five Little peppers and How They Grew

My Father's Dragon

The Wind and The Willows

Teddy's Button

The Wide, Wide World

Grandfather's Chair

1 comment:

Liz @ said...

i've been trying to incorporate more 'living' books into our reading time. i think it takes a little bit for ella to get used to listening to words and not always having pictures to look at, but i know it's great for her!!!


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