Secular Literature Based
Homeschool Curriculum
and Educational Products

Education is not one size fits all.

I’ve spent years creating a curriculum that takes a literature approach to educating children in all the subjects you’d learn in public school – only better.

My focus is on education with all the essential foundations built in to a curriculum that is progressive and fun. Your children will learn subjects like history, literature, science and Charlotte Mason inspired language arts – just to name a few.

Level K – 12: Secular Literature Based Homeschooling Products

February 17, 2019

The following post will be a blog archive copy of the Build Your Library’s February 2019 Monthly Newsletter. If you missed the email, you can subscribe to our mailing list here. [Scheduled to be sent 02/18/18 6:00 AM EST] Hey everybody, it’s Emily from Build Your Library! If you are just going to skim the beginning, … Continue reading "February 2019 Monthly Newsletter"

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February 16, 2019

In honor of Black History Month, I thought it would be fun to again recommend some favorite books that deal with civil rights and famous African Americans. Each Wednesday throughout the month of February I shared a selected book on our Build Your Library Facebook page. Here is the recap: 2/6/2019: My first Black History … Continue reading "Black History Month Book Recommendations 2019"

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January 30, 2019

Welcome to the 15th installment of the Build Your Library Family Reading Crate! The March 2019 theme is “Axis and Allies: WWII in Literature.” I’m including at four books in our World War II themed box – a picture book for younger children, a middle grade family read aloud, a book for older readers, and a book … Continue reading "Purchase: Family Reading Crates"

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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?

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