100 Books Every (Catholic) Woman Needs To Read

Inspired by this post, 100 Books Every Man Needs to Read, I tried to come up with my own 100-book list. I got up to 65, then 118, and then cut it back down to 86, then back up to 112, down to 91, and so on…. I’m at 96 now and tired of trying to decide what...

What Nino Read, November 2016

How To Write A Thank-You Letter by Cecilia Minden and Kate Roth What’s So Yummy? All About Eating Well and Feeling Good A Gebra Named Al Si Pilandok, ang Bantay-Gubat The Shortest Day: Celebrating the Winter Solstice Don’t Let the Barber Pull Your Teeth...

What Nino Read, September 2016

A Child’s Book of Manners A Gift of Gracias Atoms and Molecules Experiments Using Ice, Salt, Marbles, and More Bard of Avon Brother Sun, Sister Moon (Mayo/Malone) Buffalo Bill Bugged: How Insects Changed History Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Chemical Change...

What Nino Read, August 2016

26 Fairmount Avenue A Kiss for Little Bear A Spider Story Abner Doubleday (Dunham) Alamat ng Ampalaya Billy and Blaze Blaze and Thunderbolt Blaze Shows the Way Charlotte’s Web Daniel (Animated Stories Activity Book) Edward Hopper (Venezia) Extreme Machines...

What Nino Read, July 2016

A Boy Named Giotto A Little Pigeon Toad A Swiftly Tilting Planet A wind in the door And Then It’s Spring Are You My Mother? Attack of the Clones Basic Aid Training Basketball for Young Champions Bionics Brian Jacques The Tribes of Redwall Otters + Badgers Cam...

A Rationale for Latin

Just a quick note — Latin discussion at one of my homeschooling moms’ group and the question came up: Why Latin? What are your end goals? My answer: My end goal was simple: for my kids to develop an appreciation for Latin since it’s where the Romance...