Tuesday, February 2, 2010


I've been asked to put my "Booklist" here for viewing.

This is a very rough list of what we like reading and have on our shelves, but it gives an idea of our tastes.


King James Bibles

Living Bibles

Websters 1828 Dictionary

Strong's Concordance

Character Sketches Vols 1, 2 and 3 from ATI

Dr Jay L Wile: Apologia Science books

Steve Demme: Math-U-See curriculum

Rod & Staff: Many reading books and some workbooks

Learning Lanuage Arts Through Literature – (Old Editions) Red Book and Yellow Book

English From The Roots Up

Bible Discovery Worksheets

McGuffey – some books from the 1838 series

Andrew Pudewa Writing Course B

R M Ballantyne: The Coral Island, The Gorilla Hunters, Martin Rattler

M DeAngeli: The Door in the Wall, The Black Fox of Lorne

Bob Schultz: Boyhood and Beyond, Practical Happiness and Created For Work

L V Davidson: The Secret of Woodside Cottage, Tony's Temptation, Peter Joins In

Dorothy Canfield: Betsy

Captain Marryat: Children of the New Forest

Paul White: Jungle Doctor series

Corrie Ten Boom: The Hiding Place, In My Father's House, Amazing Love etc

Autobiographies and Biographies of missionaries and Christians throughout the ages

Michael and Debi Pearl: To Train Up a Child, No Greater Joy Vols 1,2 and 3, Created to Be His Helpmeet

Raymond and Dorothy Moore: Better Late Than Early, Minding Our Own Business

R & J Hess: A Full Quiver

Vicki A Brady: Basic Steps to Sucessful Homeschooling

Charlotte Mason: Homeschooling Series Vols 1,2,3,4,5 and 6

S McDonald: Raising Maidens of Virtue

L Bouke: Infant Potty Training

Martha Peace: The Excellent Wife

Dr H C A Vogel: The Nature Doctor

Ray Comfort – many books

Ken Ham books

Steve & Teri Maxwell: Keeping Our Children's Hearts, Preparing Sons to Provide for a Single
Income Family, Homeschooling with a Meek and Quiet Spirit

Sarah Maxwell: books from the Moody family series (saving up to buy more of these excellent books - in New Zealand available from CES Books)

H & L Bluedorn: Teaching the Trivium

H & N Bluedorn: The Fallacy Detective

Arnold Pent: Ten P's In A Pod

Karyn Warburton: Baby Sign Language

Old 1970's children's Readers Digest reading books

"HOW TO" BOOKS: Cake decoration, napkin folding, gardening, landscaping, cooking, flower arranging, art and craft, model trains …

OTHER MISC NON-FICTION: People, places, animals, technology
Old Guiness Book of Records (pre 1990)
Old Ladybird books on people and places in history (very popular books)

MAGAZINES: Electronics, Creation, Above Rubies, Keystone, National Geographics, Look & Learn, Real Robots (with some pages stuck together as there is some very graphic yucky stuff in there).

Not technically ON OUR SHELVES as these are downloaded onto the computer:

G A Henty books - our favourites so far: Cat of Bubastes and Wulf the Saxon.

The Mummalady

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