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Stuff We Like :: 7.14.17

home|school|life’s Friday roundup of the best homeschool links, reads, tools, and other fun stuff has lots of ideas and resources. 

Hello, weekend!

around the web

Horse-Riding Librarians Were the Great Depression’s Bookmobiles

This might be the best movie review you ever read.

I am always up for a true story about an imaginary kingdom with a real consulate, and this one is just fascinating.

Disney Princesses suck at consent. (Suzanne sent me this because she knew I was having a hard week, and she knows what brings me joy.)

Also, Suzanne would like everyone to know that THERE IS GOING TO BE A SQUIRREL GIRL MOVIE.

 

at home/school/life

in the magazine: Hooray! The summer issue is out!

on the blog: Resources for better literature classes

one year ago: One of my all-time favorite posts: How to NOT Teach Your Kids Shakespeare (But Do Something Else Really Important Instead)

two years ago: The easiest way to get organized for high school (This is still the system I use—I like it so much, I implemented it at my husband’s hybrid high school)

three years ago: Am I the only lonely homeschool mom?

 

reading list

I’ve been swamped this week, so it’s another not-so-stellar Library Chicken report: The Devil and Sherlock Holmes: Tales of Murder, Madness, and Obsession (+1), Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea: Why the Greeks Matter (+1), 100 Years of the Best American Short Stories (-1, returned unread but not because I don’t want to read it), How to Cook a Wolf (+0, on my bookshelf)

Another lazy homeschool week here, but we did just start a big family Harry Potter reread, starting with the fancy illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.

 

at home

Everything in my house needs cleaning or laundering, but I am still planning to spend as much of this weekend reading by the pool as is humanly possible. It’s not like the mess won’t still be there on Monday, right?


Not-So-New Books: Redwall

Not-So-New Books: Redwall

Summer Reading: Scott Westerfeld’s Leviathan Series

Summer Reading: Scott Westerfeld’s Leviathan Series