Here are the books we’ve finished for our history reading since at least last fall. It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these and normally it would be on our homeschool blog. But, that blog has been “down” for ages and I just don’t have the time or the inclination to get it back up and running again. I’m back to thinking it’s much easier to maintain one blog and lumping everything together. I’ll let you all sort it out. 😉 Don’t read if you aren’t interested in the topic…you know what I mean. I’ll have to dig into tables to find when officially I did my last “books finished update”…I’m thinking that between the beginning of last summer and fall some might have fallen through my tracking meter…but maybe not. Also, this list is simply what we have finished as history/reading read-alouds. It does not reflect the many many books we go through in a course of a week or even a day! Voracious readers here – even those not actually reading words yet. 😉 If I tried to track *every* book read (!!!)…well, it just wouldn’t happen! Anyhow, enjoy perusing through and hopefully you’ll find something good that you haven’t read yet. Or, if you have read one of the books listed, tell us about it! 🙂

By Elizabeth Charles / Books On The Path

Peek over the shoulder of a 16th-century German girl and read her journal entries on the joys of family and the harshness of religion apart from God’s grace. Originally published in 1863 and featuring charming old-fashioned illustrations, this absorbing tale lets teens experience the excitement, passion, joy and terror of the Reformation firsthand.

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