But philosophy is just a bunch of babble without application.
So you’re convinced you want to read living books, avoid twaddle, and bathe your OTB child in rich language, right?
Maybe you don’t know where to begin.
I’ve got just the gift for you, just in time for a new school year.
Over the last few years, I have been working on a series of booklists for the well-read child. That’s right – twaddle-free, fun books, core classics and great reads, literature and poetry – and divided up into reasonable chunks.
There are lots of booklists floating around on Pinterest but my 1st-3rd Grade Booklist for the Well-Read Child will help you prioritize your reading. It will remove the burden of trying to decide which books are worth your time and it will free you from the anxiety of finishing a list in one year.
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P.S. Look for Infant & Toddler Booklist for the Well-read Child, Pre-School Booklist for the Well-Read Child, 4th – 6th Grade Booklist for the Well-Read Child, and Picture Books by Occasion for the Well-Read Child coming over the next few months!