Finishing Their Reading Lists

It's official!  Yesterday, we have completed 180 days of school!  With the end of their school year, comes the finishing of our children's required reading lists.  Of course, our children will read over the summer, and we will encourage them to read a variety of books.  However, we do not require specific books be read over the summer months.  In other words, there is no summer reading list in our homeschool.

Sometime mid-year, I shared a few books my children were reading at the time.  Today, I wanted to share what books they finished this school year reading.  Only the three older children are able to read fluently.  So, I have only included the titles they recently finished.

Oliver Twist

Our oldest son wrapped up Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens.  He thought it was 'alright.'  He like A Christmas Carol better which he read a couple years ago.

Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery was our oldest daughter's final book to read.  She also completed an accompanying literature guide published by Veritas Press.  She was already familiar with Anne through a beginner reading book she had read a few years ago.  All in all, my daughter loved Anne.  Who wouldn't?  {OK, I am biased on this matter.}

Our younger daughter finished The Bears on Hemlock Mountain, by Alice Dalgliesh yesterday.  She liked the main character's adventure of traveling over the mountain twice.  I liked when he hid under the big iron pot!

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