This book and The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home bring order and sense to the purpose of education.
It also seemed a bit of a disconnect to treat almost every genre as separate and distinct, and not make much of an effort to intergrate them.
All in all, I think any reader who is serious about reading the great "classics" can find something in this book to help with that process.
wish I had read the well trained mind before buying both books at once. Not a big fan of people who are so full of themselves.Published 19 days ago by E. Zaborac
This book was recommended to me by my daughter who is home schooling our grandchildren. I am 71 and while I have a master's level education, I did not get the benefit of a... Read morePublished 20 days ago by James R. Wade
Easy to read. About to embark on the task of chapters 5 through 9 :)Published 1 month ago by Carol R.
I wasn’t blown away by the information inside, but that might have just been because I have been an avid reader since I could understand written words. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Monica Menendez
Three friends met and went through the biography list. Took us two years but we did it. Very good guide for anyone wanting to expand into areas they might have missed in school.Published 2 months ago by KARLA KAYE PRICE
I like this book as a guide. It is filled with great advice and recommendations. The problem is that if I took all of their advice I would never finish the reading list! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great book love the style. Stimulates the imagination and creates a thirst for more.Published 3 months ago by robert