Summer Sale Has Begun!

August 5, 2018

I hope that you are all having a wonderful and relaxing summer! For the last 9 months or so, I’ve been hard at work on Build Your Library’s third high school program – Level 11 – World History, Part 2, and it’s almost finished and ready to purchase! So we do not further delay our summer sale, we have made Level 11 available for pre-order so you can take advantage of the 20% discount now. We didn’t want to make everyone else wait any longer trying to finish up their homeschooling plans either…

For the next 2 weeks (August 5 – 19, 2018) you can take 20% off of your entire *digital purchase!  Just use the code Summer18 at checkout.

Will I ever get my vacation this year?? LOL 🙂


I hope you will try out a program and join the Build Your Library family, – building young minds, one book at a time!

Current Full Grade Level Products Available for Purchase:
Level 0 – Level 1 – Level 2Level 3Level 4 – Level 5 – Level 6Level 7Level 8Level 9Level 10 – Level 11 – Level 12 – (See Levels vs. Grades vs. Ages)

Current Unit Studies Available for Purchase:
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Unit Study
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Unit Study
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Unit Study
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Unit Study
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Unit Study
History of Thanksgiving Unit Study
A Jan Brett Christmas Unit Study
Winter Holidays Around the World Unit Study
The Hobbit Unit Study
Darwin and Evolution Unit Study
Sharks! Unit Study
World War II Unit Study
Prehistory Unit Study

*Digital products only eligible for discount, including all full year curriculum and unit study PDF products. Excluding Family Reading Crates, but see the crate page for discounts on selected boxes.

 

Save

Browse the course work
people are raving about

Curriculum

About Build Your Library

Have you been looking for a literature based homeschool curriculum that is secular? How about a way to incorporate narration, copywork, dictation and memory work into your child’s education? Or art study that ties into history?

Read more