Tag: lit bites

 
June 14, 2022

“Every hero has a story…” Yonder is such a beautiful story! Ali Stanish has written a beautifully layered story about friendship, what it means to be a hero, coming-of-age and realizing the world isn’t as rosy as you’d once believed. Danny Timmons has looked up to Jack Bailey as a hero for years. But in … Continue reading "Lit Bite: Yonder"


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April 24, 2022

I’m excited to bring you a brand new product: Lit Bites! Lit Bites are small literature unit studies, based on just one book. These bites contain everything you need to study a piece of literature with your child. They include vocabulary, discussion questions, and activities based on the story. I am frequently asked what I … Continue reading "Purchase: Lit Bites"


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April 1, 2022

Art Spiegleman’s masterpiece, the Maus duology, is one of the most compelling and important graphic novels your teen will read. With the recent controversy surrounding it, I thought it was important to write a Lit Bite around it. I first read Maus several years ago and it has stuck with me ever since. Part memoir … Continue reading "Lit Bite: Maus I and II"


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April 1, 2022

“It was a dark and stormy night…” And so begins A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle, a classic children’s science fiction novel. We follow Meg and her gifted brother Charles Wallace as they travel through space and time to rescue their father from the growing darkness spreading across the universe. A Wrinkle in Time … Continue reading "Lit Bite: A Wrinkle in Time"


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April 1, 2022

Ophie’s Ghosts might be the best middle-grade novel I read in 2022, so far!  Beautifully written, this is a story about grief, ghosts, and racism in 1920s America. Ophie and her mother have just moved to Pittsburgh after her father’s death, and they struggle to make a life for themselves. But Ophie has a secret … Continue reading "Lit Bite: Ophie’s Ghosts"


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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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