The Tie that Binds: Charlotte Mason’s Devotional by Nancy Kelly


Encouraging text messages from across the country, winsome commonplace entries on Facebook, decorative chalkboard memes, and old-school snail mail notes are just a few of the ways my friends have used quotes from the newly reprinted edition of The Cloud of Witness to bind us together despite the distances between us. Imagine reading the same […]

A Brief Discussion on Living Books – Part II by Therese Racklyeft


This week in Part II of her blog post on living books, Therese Racklyeft discusses further the topic of living books as well as offering some suggestions for modern day living books. Part II – A Few Wonderful Finds Today, there are some wonderful writers, as well as some pretty awful ones. It only takes one […]

A Brief Discussion on Living Books – Part I by Therese Racklyeft


Therese Racklyeft is a Charlotte Mason teacher at the Charlotte Mason Community School in Detroit, MI.  In Part I she incorporates some of her own story and the ideas of Mason about living books to help us gain a deeper understanding of living books both old and new.  Next week in Part II she will […]

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