Our plans are to provide booklists for Cycle 2, eventually narrowing down our personal book selections to provide a specific reading plan in one of our Cycle 2 planners. For those who are supplementing CC on a shoestring, I thought I’d start by letting you know there are many free e-books that align with our memory work for Cycle 2, though some are a bit advanced for younger children.
I’ve not quite figured out the best way to share these, but you can access a running list of books at the Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood Amazon Store site, which provides book summaries and reviews. It’s a work in progress, but I’m hoping it helps those who are trying to make book selections. Note that the free kindle e-books may have misspellings due to the transfer of the book into digital format.
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There are several book selections organized by cycle here. These are not free but can be ordered via Amazon or another bookseller or checked out from your local library. I will be making and posting a downloadable list of these books organized by week at a later date.
Other places to find free ebooks:
Search for the literature you have chosen to include in your studies on Archive.org. Free e-books can also be found in e-pub/pdf and/or mp3 format at Project Gutenberg, Google e-books (search and then select “free” from the drop-down menu), Librivox, BooksShouldBeFree, or MainLesson (also known as The Baldwin Project) . For even more children’s literature, visit Children’s Books On-Line. JustFreeBooks searches most of these websites but is not always easy sorting through all the search results…
There’s an explanation on how to use these sites at our previous How to find Free Literature for Cycle 1 post.
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