Progeny Press


Progeny Press, a family-owned and operated company, has been producing quality literature study guides since 1992. They have 100 literature guides for your family to choose from, with study titles ranging from beloved children’s classics such as The Bronze Bow to timeless literary masterpieces such as Pride and Prejudice.

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Progeny Press Study Guides are designed to help your students better understand and enjoy classical literature by helping them understand the process of writing, as well as teaching them the process of literary analysis and its terminology. Students are shown how to thoughtfully consider the ideas and themes presented in each story from a Christian perspective, and encouraged to put their own thoughts and ideas about the stories into writing. Every guide takes care to draw the student back to the Bible by examining how the stories connect to Biblical principles, and by pointing out parallels with Bible events and pertinent verses that clarify these ideas.

Progeny Press Study Guides come in four levels: Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary, Middle School, and High School, and each guide includes a variety of elements, depending on the level of the study. You can see a sample of the types of questions and information contained in the guides at their website. The literature guides are also categorized by both genre and grade-level, making it easy for teachers and parents to choose a book that is appropriate for their personalized course of study.


The guides are very user-friendly and are currently available as a print version, on CD in .pdf format, and via email as a .pdf attachment. Parents and schools can print multiple copies of pages for use with all of their students. All of the study guides are now available in a new interactive format which allows the student to type in the answers directly on their computer screen! Progeny Press Guides cost from $10.99 to $27.99. You can check out their online catalog for more information and individual pricing.


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A big thank you to Heather of Blessings Pour Out for writing this introductory post.

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