With the printing press came an explosion of ideas and books and many many perspectives. With the advent of self publications, blogs and Kindle has meant that there is even more available to us today than ever before. Today a few of our members would like to share with you literature lists they use with a specific Christian world view.
Meredith @ San Gabriel Farm shares Studying the Pilgrim’s Progress – Turn the Pilgrim’s Progress into the basis of an entire lesson on not onlyreading, but studying the Reformation and Renaissance, adding research papers on the various characters, all within the boundaries of this Christian-based book. It’s a great way to introduce literature to your family, no matter the ages of your children.
Kirsten @ DoodleMom’s Homeschooling Life shares Where Do I Find Good Books For My Kids? – How Do You Find Good Books for your children that reflect the Christian morals that you hold? I have a method that we use in our home to share with you. (It works even if you have voracious readers!)
Kelly @ God’s Writer Girl’s Blog shares Literature for Children with a Christian Worldview – List of books that will engage children in reading and have them yearning to explore the world through books all while gaining a Christian worldview.
Kristi @ Classically Quirky Learning shares – Books with a Big Purpose – We read aloud constantly with our kids. This is a list of Bible-themed books for toddlers through kindergarten/first grade that work great bedtime read aloud time!
Kemi @ Homemaking Organized shares A Sweet Book List for Christian Pre-Teen Girls – A list of Biblical Worldview books for young girls.
Haley @ The Country Homemaker shares My Top 10 Christian Children’s Books For Spiritual Growth – Our Family’s Top 10 Children’s Books for spiritual growth