I love Sarah Mackenzie! If I could pick my neighbors, the Mackenzies would live in my neighborhood. But, since I’m on the east coast, and Sarah on the west, we’ll just be thankful for wifi, headsets, and plenty of laughter!
After meeting her for the first time last Fall at an IEW Exhibitor’s Retreat, I learned that we had many things in common:
- a house full of kids
- an insatiable love for great books
- a great desire to give our families a literary education
- a sincere wish to face the library without fear
We’ve bumped into one another since then at a home school convention and had a recent conversation, which is now a podcast for you to enjoy!
There’s so much more I could say, but that will have to wait. I’m off to another conference to represent the Institute for Excellence in Writing!
So grab a cool drink, kick back, and listen in as we discuss a simple approach for discussing classics with children. It’s not as hard as you may think!
Visit Sarah’s website at: amongstlovelythings.com and look for Podcast #47: How to Read the Classics with Kids (even if you’ve never read them before).
Click this link for the transcript of the podcast.
If you’d like to see Timeline of Classics for yourself and ask questions, here’s where I’ll be:
- NCHE – Winston Salem, NC (June 2-4, 2016)
- HEAV – Richmond, VA (June 10-11, 2016)
- CHEF-AL – Birmingham, AL (June 24-25, 2016)
If these conventions aren’t in your neck of the woods, then look for the IEW booth at a convention near you. There’s still time!
No fear, moms! Timeline of Classics was created to make your life easier.
If you know Sarah and the great work she’s doing at the Read-Aloud Revival, give a big shout out in the comment box below!
Preview Timeline of Classics