We are starting our third year hsing 2nd yr cm. How many books are on your required reading list for your high schooler not including math, science text, poetry, grammar & comp or history spine? We are part of a monthly book discussion co-op this year which will be my 15dd main literature. They are doing Uncle Tom's Cabin, Pride and Prejudice, A Tale of Two Cities, Jane Eyre, The Walking Drum, An Old Fashioned Girl, and three others (can't remember them right now). In addition to that I am planning on having her read History of English Literature for Boys and Girls, literature in scm history module 4 which includes Men of Iron, Lantern Bearers, Voices of the Renaissance and Reformation, The Black Arrow, The Second Mrs. Giaconda, The King’s Fifth (though I may sub some for the 7-9 grade books like King Arthur, In Freedom's Cause, and Prince and the Pauper), How to Read a Poem (1/3) for scholarship, a Economics:A Free Market Reader for economics review, Roots of American Order (1/3) and a couple of Maybury's books for government, a science biography (in addition to Apologia Biology with labs and dissections), and Rural Hours for natural history. This is in addition to her independent history spine, current events, family hitory read aloud, family classic read aloud, family geography read aloud, and family Shakespeare. Is this too much or reasonable? I want to set her up for success and need to make sure she has ample room for math, which she struggles with, and composition, which she enjoys but hasn't had much instruction in. We reserve Fridays for co-op, field trips, and family nature day. if you would suggest cutting out something, what would it be? I can probably convince co-op to cut a couple of books if that would be best. Advice please.