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Classics for a High School Transcript: Fiction

Posted in College Prep, High School, Public Domain, Reading on August 4, 2016

It is entirely possible to craft a high school literature course of study using free public domain ebooks. While there are some great works of modern literature currently under copyright, and these should be considered as well, there is such a diverse collection of classic works that could keep a student busy for years. Combined Read More »

Johann Sebastian Bach

Posted in High School, Middle School, Public Domain, Reading, Western Civilization on July 7, 2016

A Short Biography of Bach This little ebook is perfect for a composer study about Johann Sebastian Bach. The online html version at gutenberg.org even includes a link to listen to one of his pieces! This is a simple text that covers the life and death of the famous composer. Published by the New York Read More »

Free Native American Folklore, Tales, and Stories

Posted in American History, Mythology, Public Domain, Reading on July 7, 2016

Free Ebooks to read about Native Americans In looking at various curriculum for studying United States history, I often find thatthere is a general lack of information about the original peoples that populated this country. Understanding the various Native American cultures is important, especially when trying to study the expansion into the West and the Read More »

Heroines Every Child Should Know

Posted in Elementary, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Middle School, Mythology, Public Domain, Western Civilization on November 12, 2015

From the days of Esther, Judith and Antigone to those of Florence Nightingale, women have shown every kind of courage that men have shown, faced every kind [x]of peril that men have braved, divided with men the dangers and hardships of heroism but have never had an equal share of recognition and applause. This book Read More »

Ten Boys and Ten Girls From Dickens

Posted in Elementary, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Literature, Lower Elementary, Public Domain, Upper Elementary on May 24, 2015

If you want to introduce younger children to the classics, a great way to do that is to get them interested in the individual characters. Rather than trying to explain a long, complicated plot, Kate Sweetser has created little vignettes of some of Dickens’ most famous children. In this small volume there are presented as Read More »

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