Reading List (Monthly Book Lists for Families) - Schoolhouse Teachers

Reading List

(Monthly Book Lists for Families)

Length: Ongoing
Includes: Printable Reading Lists
Age/Grade: Family

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How to Use This Course

Provided by Michelle Miller, author of Truth Quest History and founder of the Children’s Preservation Library, the monthly book lists on provide a highly detailed printable list of books for your family to consider reading. The list is broken down by genre: science, math, art, history, and more, and also broken down by age. There are options for all ages in the areas of fiction and non-fiction. Each month has a main topic that each book relates to, such as snow, architecture, Florida, Africa, travel, gardening, and much more. There are over four dozen monthly reading lists on the site, with more to come in future months. Print a list and visit the library. Then, enjoy reading time both individually and as a family.

Course Introduction

“Good prose is like a window pane.”

George Orwell said those words in 1946 in his work titled Why I Write. We read books today for a chance to look through that window pane, into the worlds of imagination and wonder and inspiration.

You can also use books to look into the worlds of oceanography, meteorology, and chemistry. Or take a closer look at the lives of great composers, the science of music, and the spiritual lives of men and women throughout history. You can let them share with you the stories of heroism and perseverance, faith and strength, daring and brilliance of the men, women, and children who fought and struggled to endure during World War II.

But with so many books to choose from, how do you know where to begin? Each month, I’ll bring you a list of my top choices on a different theme, with a recommended reading level for each title. I’ll share my favorite authors, series, and books while we explore museums and zoos, photography and inventors, art and art history, and more!

And each month, you’ll be able to print my list to take to your nearest library or used book sale!

So, let’s get busy and start exploring the world through the pages of a good book! Enjoy!

Detailed printable monthly reading lists explore various topics; each list is broken down by subject and includes a suggested grade level for each book.

  • Adoption
  • Africa
  • All Things New Part I
  • All Things New Part II
  • Architecture, I
  • Architecture II
  • Architecture III
  • Art & Art History
  • Authors
  • Books and Authors Part I
  • Books and Authors Part II
  • Bridges
  • Character
  • Christmas, I
  • Christmas, II
  • Christmas, III
  • Civics Part One
  • Civics Part Two
  • Clean Up
  • Courage
  • Entrepreneurship & Work Ethic
  • Etiquette Part I
  • Etiquette Part II
  • Famous Homeschoolers, Part I
  • Famous Homeschoolers, Part II
  • Famous Homeschoolers, Part III
  • Fathers, I
  • Fathers II
  • Fathers III
  • Fathers IV
  • Fathers V
  • Florida
  • Foreign Language
  • Fun with Life Science
  • Gardening
  • Generosity
  • Get Them Outside By Reading
  • Healthy Reads! Famous Doctors, Nurses, and Researchers
  • Hero Hurrah!
  • Home Economics
  • Homeschooling on a Budget
  • Let It Snow
  • Math Part I
  • Math Part II
  • Music
  • Nature Exploration
  • Off to the Races Part I
  • Off to the Races Part II
  • Off to the Races Part III
  • Our Eye on Photography
  • Overcoming the Challenge of Special Needs
  • Patriotism
  • Physical Science Fun
  • Science
  • Snow
  • Spelling and Grammar
  • Summer Fun
  • Thrift and Resourcefulness
  • Travel, Part One
  • Travel, Part Two
  • Travel the World Through the Pages of a Book
  • World War II

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