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It seems like this is seminar season (and how I wish I could go to one!), but just wondering if the Medieval module was still scheduled to come out in January? I’m really looking forward to it.
Thanks for all you do Sonya!
The Middle Ages handbook is scheduled to come out this spring, Betty. I’ve updated the Middle Ages/Renaissance/Reformation module’s chart on the Curriculum Chart to reflect only the books that will be included in the handbook.
Thanks so much Sonya! I’m going to work on collecting the books. Would these books be good for even a 9th grader? Do the modules have something for the older kids? I’d like to keep us together for history.
I appreciate all you are doing!
Sonya, I was just looking at some of the required books. The Louise Vernon books are not in my library or near. Last year I purchased History Lives set http://www.amazon.com/Courage-Conviction-Chronicles-Reformation-History/dp/1845502221/ref=pd_sim_b_3 and I also have Trial and Triumph and another book that gives about a 2-3 page spread on early Christian fathers. Would these be a good substitute or would the Vernon books be integral?
The books listed for Family and for 7-9 grade would be good for your 9th grader.
The Louise Vernon books are historical fiction about various Reformation men. They are not difficult reading level at all, but make good read-alouds for the whole family. I’ve included them to help make the Reformation men come alive and seem like real people rather than just famous names.
The way the handbook is set up, you would read Famous Men and when you come to one of the characters from a Vernon book, you would stop the Famous Men readings and read aloud the Vernon book. Then you would pick up with Famous Men and go to the next Vernon character. You can read an excerpt from the Vernon books on Christianbook.com to see if they are comparable to what you already have. Hopefully, that information will help you make your decision.
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