December 28, 2020

A Fable in Bricks and Mortar by G. K. Chesterton

Read this delightful fable on education by G. K. Chesterton from the Parents' Review.
September 3, 2020

My Journey with Living Books by Nancy Kelly

[From her introduction to the curated collection of Parents’ Review articles on the left*] Prepare to be delighted by the Parents’ Review articles that focus on […]
April 13, 2018

To Set Their Feet in a Large Room by Therese Racklyeft

  Perhaps the main part of a child’s education should be concerned with the great human relationships. Vol. 3, p. 234 . . . a subject […]
January 20, 2018

‘The Play’s the Thing’ (Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2, 603-605) by Dr. John Thorley

In Shakespeare’s Hamlet Prince Hamlet has the idea of putting on a play that he hopes will cause a reaction in his uncle Claudius. The play […]
January 6, 2018

Macbeth: A Seared Conscience by Bonnie Buckingham

    What, you egg? Young fry of treachery! (Act 4, Scene 2) This line was chosen by most of my students to copy. We busted […]
December 3, 2017

Tales from Shakespeare by Nancy Kelly

There is a book that is near and dear to my family’s heart. This book introduced us to a whole new world at the beginning of […]
December 5, 2015

Draw Your Own Conclusions by Dr. Donna Johnson

In June of this year my daughter Elsa and I presented a session entitled “Tolstoy, Hardy, & Austen: Direction for Courting & Marriage in the 21st […]
September 12, 2015

A Bookless Education Is A Contradiction In Terms by Shannon Whiteside

You know you are a Charlotte Mason educator if your bookshelves are overflowing and spilling onto your floor, into baskets, and every other corner of your […]
August 1, 2015

A Brief Discussion On Living Books – Part II by Therese Racklyeft

This week in Part II of her blog post on living books, Therese Racklyeft discusses further the topic of living books as well as offering some […]


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