ISO: For Next School Year

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  • Michelle Brumgard

    I’m a planner and starting to look for resources for next year. We do not start until August but I like to have things ahead of time preferably all by the end of June. I just thought I would put it out there that I am looking for the following:

    Stuff They Left Behind: Greece
    The Story of the Greeks
    Visits to the Middle East
    Our Little Athenian Cousin of Long Ago
    Our Little Spartan Cousin
    The Big Picture Bible Timeline

    Apologia Astronomy or Botany or Zoology 2 or 3 (Any recommendations of which for a third grade girl? This has been our first year homeschooling and we did Flying Creatures this year. I have a four year old that likes to listen, too.)

    Little Lord Fauntleroy
    The Princess and the Goblin
    At the Back of the North Wind
    Five Little Peppers and How they Grew
    Five Children and It

    Thanks for looking!


    Just fyi…several, if not all, of your literature titles are available as free audios on  We are enjoying LLF right now, and have used Heidi, FLP, and Five Children…


    I have almost all of these titles on my kindle either free or formatted nicer throug Yesterday’s Classics.


    I’m out of town right now, but I have a couple apologia titles and a new copy of visits to Mid East I can sell.  Email me at MissceegeeATgmailDOTcom and we will connect this weekend.


    I can vouch for the audios at librivox for The princess and the golbin, Five children and it, and Pollyanna. The readers are the same and very easy to understand. For Five little Peppers and how they grew….half way through the reader changes to a woman with an accent so heavy none of us could understand her, so I had to find the book online and read approximately 4 chapters and then we could finish the audio with the 3rd reader. Not the end of the world, mind, since the story is very nice, but just nice to have a heads up.

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