The new Month 8 books are in the store.
Imaginative: Here are tales from Africa that were retold here in America through Joel Chandler Harris in the Uncle Remus stories. He learned them from the slaves. I know there is controversy around them, but they were woven into the moral fabric of America--for the good! This will give you an opportunity to read them from their original source and then how they were told in Uncle Remus stories. A good opportunity for discussion.
Epic and Legendary Heroes: I turned to the legends and heroes of Ancient Egypt. In the original World History book, I used a portion of the book that i am now including in its entirety in this volume. In its place, you'll see another book I found that was fascinating in that it explains how we pieced together the story of Ancient Egypt and its people through its art and stories.
Great Lives: This is mostly a collection of stories of African-Americans.
My World Story Book: Of course, Africa is not a nation. It is comprised of many nations. Here are stories of men and women who opened up the continent to the rest of the world. Africa is still unfolding to the world--I am excited at many of the discoveries that are being shared.
I am excited to invite you to a live session with 3 of the creators of Biblioguides this Friday, March 11 at 1 pm PST.
Tanya, Sarah and Kaylynn will be taking you on a live tour of Biblioguides specifically for members of our WEH community with ideas of how to use it to plan and organize your homeschool. There will also be an opportunity to ask your questions.
If you can't make it, the session will be recorded. But this is a great way for you to have direct communication with the very women who can answer all your questions.
I'm excited that many of you are discovering this incredible resource.
The link to join the Zoom meeting is here: Zoom Meeting Link
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