Want to see my September 2017 book haul?
As you may have guessed by now I am a bibliophile… I am constantly adding to our home library. I have a feeling that before long I will need to purchase more bookshelves. Is it considered hoarding if its only a big, beautiful collection of books? My September 2017 book haul is a total graphic novel take over. Check out my video below to get an peak inside some of our new books.
Do you have a September 2017 book haul to share?
I would love to see the books all of you have added to your home libraries this month. Comment below or on my channel to share your haul!
If you would like to purchase some of these graphic novels check out our 2017-2018 Homeschool Plan. I shared links to all of the books I shared today, plus a few others.
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Do you still do reading time with your older children? Even though all my children have hit the preteen or teenage years, I still read outloud to them daily during our school day. When they were younger I tried to stick with just the classics, but this year I decided to branch out more since my oldest son was not happy with a lot of our previous selections. Right before starting our two week mini summer break we finished the Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children trilogy.
This trilogy was a far different selection for our reading time, but my children LOVED it. Some of the language and content may be off-putting for some, but we try to expose our children to all different types of materials (within reason). They all know that just because you hear something it doesn’t mean you have to repeat it. I am so happy that we branched out and tried something completely new. It has been a long time since I have seen my oldest son so engaged in a story. His interest was more than enough reason for me to look past some of the language, and I plan to find some more exciting selections to use this summer before we start our next curriculum packages.
Do you use unconventional book selections for your reading time?