Request “A Literary Education” Book at your Public Library

April 28, 2019

Literary Education

Our “bookiversary” for A Literary Education is coming up on May 27, marking 2 years in publication. In honor of this, we would like all of you to request that your local public library purchase a copy. Wouldn’t it be great to have our book put into their library inventory for all patrons to borrow? We think so!

Last year, we posted a link and advertised the book for individuals to purchase their own personal copies. While we hope you still do if you haven’t bought one yet, this year we wanted to try something different. And this can include those who already purchased, read and enjoyed our book.

If you place a request through your local public library’s suggestion process, and they accept – please check out the book and snap a picture of yourself holding it next to the library’s sign. We’d love to add your picture to our webpage! #litedlibrary

If your library already has a copy on their shelves, I know of some that do, we’d love a photo of that one next to your library’s sign too!

Let’s kick off the “A Literary Education in Every Library” book drive today!


A Literary Education: Adapting Charlotte Mason for Modern Secular Homeschooling
( https://amzn.to/2GR5BFy )
by: Emily Cook

  • ISBN-10: 1546976884
  • ISBN-13: 978-1546976882

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