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Andy and I travelled to Southwest Virginia on 4 January 2014 to visit and interview Liz Cottrill and Emily Kiser.  The cold and crisp day gave us a tingle as we drove down Interstate 81 from Roanoke, Virginia to their home and library in Abingdon, Virginia.  We got a bigger tingle when we walked into their library and saw over 16,000 books.  In this interview we explore the reason for the name of their library and other thoughts about a Charlotte Mason education.   The library has since moved and you can learn more about their work at www.livingbookslibrary.com.

 

In this Part II video Liz and Emily discuss the value of story.

In Part III of our video series with Liz Cottrill and Emily Cottrill Kiser, they address the question:  Who is the 21st century reader?

 

 

In Part IV of this series with Liz Cottrill and Emily Cottrill Kiser, they discuss choosing books for your Charlotte Mason curriculum.

 

 

In Part V of this series with Liz Cottrill and Emily Cottrill Kiser, they discuss the process of starting a living books library.

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In Part VI of our video series with Liz Cottrill and Emily Cottrill Kiser, they discuss the question: Why Charlotte Mason?

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In the final part of our video series with Liz Cottrill and Emily Cottrill Kiser, they discuss making the shift into a Mason educational paradigm. Please send a note of thank you through our comment button to Liz and Emily, if you have enjoyed this series.

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11 thoughts on “Liz Cottrill and Emily Cottrill Kiser

  1. Bringing truth through literature seems at times a battle. Encouragement in this form enforces and answers the question, why…..because It is life giving.
    THANK YOU

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  5. Thank you for posting this video of Liz and Emily. It’s so good to be reminded why I read to my kids, and why I insist on good (living) books to feed their minds and imaginations. I so appreciate the encouragement and reinforcement that this video offered and am xcited to see the rest of the series!

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