Books for Kids · Homeschooling · Reading

“The Aeneid for Boys and Girls” Review

“The Greeks besieged the city of Troy for nearly ten years.” So begins, The Aeneid for Boys and Girls by Alfred Church (and edited by Memoria Press). In the Omnibus class I taught for Chairis last year, we did the full Aeneid and it proved very difficult for 7th graders. I really enjoyed it, but… Continue reading “The Aeneid for Boys and Girls” Review

Books for Grownups · Reading

“The Werewolf Principle” Review

“The creature halted, crouched low against the ground, staring at the tiny points of light that lay ahead, burning softly through the darkness.” So begins, The Werewolf Principle by Clifford D. Simak. Another recommendation from the C. J. Cherryh site, this author and title were new to me as well. The trajectory of my experiences… Continue reading “The Werewolf Principle” Review