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3rd - 12th GRADES: The Complete National Geographic 120 Years on 6 DVD-ROMs 6TH - 8TH GRADES: Art in Focus Text (used - not common core edition)
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  • The Complete National Geographic includes every printed page--every article, photograph, advertisement--from 1888 through 2008 - a must for every homeschooler.
  • Test your knowledge of subjects with a trivia game and reference hundreds of the magazine's classic maps
  • Geobrowse helps you easily find articles, photographs, and maps about the location you choose
  • Includes bonus DVD with videos documenting the history of the National Geographic Society and National Geographic magazine
  • Explore 120 years of amazing discoveries, fascinating maps, and the world's best photography with The Complete National Geographic. This definitive collection of every issue of National Geographic magazine, digitally reproduced in stunning high resolution, brings you the world and all that is in it.
  • Use the advanced interface to explore a topic, search for photographs, browse the globe, or wander on your own expedition.
Art in Focus (6th- 8th Grades) is a beautiful book explaining the history of art from ancient times to modern day. Full of wonderful pictures from all ages, this book is truly a treasure.
Harry Stottlemier's Discovery - Teacher's Manual SIXTH GRADE: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
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Harry Stottlemeir's Discovery was the first children's novel written in the Philosophy for Children curriculum. As such its connections with traditional academic philosophy are often very strong. On reading Harry, adults frequently exclaim at the ideas they remember having encountered when they themselves studied philosophy. Philosophical Inquiry contains many exercises that connect the world of children with the world of philosophically minded adults. The exercises, which were designed for children with a 5th grade reading level, are illuminating because they enable the students to think for themselves about traditionally fascinating philosophical problems. In Octorber 1843, Charles Dickens - heavily in debt and obligated to his publisher - began work on a book to help supplement his family's meager income. That volume, A Christmas Carol, has long since become one of the most beloved stories in the English language. As much a part of the holiday season as holly, mistletoe and evergreen wreaths, this perennial favorite continues to delight new readers and rekindle thoughts of charity and good will nearly 150 years after it was first published. With its characters exhibiting many qualities - as well as failures - often ascribed to Dickens himself, the imaginative and entertaining tale relates Ebenezer Scrooge's eerie encounters with a series of spectral visitors. Journeying with them through Christmases past, present and future, he is ultimately transformed from an arrogant, obstinate and insensitive miser to a generous, warm-hearted and caring human bing. Written by one of England's greatest and most popular novelists, A Christmas Carol has come to epitomize the true meaning of Christmas.
SIXTH GRADE: A Girl of the Limberlost by Stratton-Porter SIXTH GRADE: All Ye Lands: World Cultures and Geography Student Textbook
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The novel is set in Indiana. Most of the action takes place either in or around the Limberlost Swamp, or in the nearby town of Onabasha. The novel's heroine Elnora Comstock is a poor girl who lives with her widowed mother Katharine Comstock on the edge of the Limberlost Swamp. At the beginning of the novel, Elnora is just beginning high school, where her unfashionable dress adds to her difficulty blending in with the other students. This book is part of the Angelicum Academy's history program. Please click on the book's image for more details.

SIXTH GRADE: All Ye Lands: World Cultures and Geography Teacher Manual SIXTH GRADE: Beric the Briton by G. A. Henty
Price: $79.95
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This book is part of the Angelicum Academy's history program. Please click on the book's image for more details.

The invasion of Brtain by the Roman legionaries is the setting for this story. Beric, a boy chief of a British tribe, takes prominent part in the insurrection against Rome under Boadicca. These efforts are useless against the mighty Roman army. For a short time, Beric and his compnaions continue the fight but are ultimately defeated and taken prisoners to Rome. Through the eyes of Beric, the reader will learn of life in Rome, the gladiatorial schools, the great fire and life in Nero's court. This classic work by the masterful hand of G.A. Henty will shed light upon an event much neglected in history today.
SIXTH GRADE: Cricket on the Hearth by Charles Dickens SIXTH GRADE: Evangeline by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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Dickens's delightful evocations of a Victorian Christmas include the title story, a heartwarming fable of home life; "The Holly-Tree," concerning love reclaimed at a country inn; and "The Haunted House," an entertaining account of a belligerent ghost. Combining realism and fantasy, these tales attest to their author's flair for characterization and the picturesque. This classic poem of love lost features the most tragic, romantic, and famous star-crossed lovers since Romeo and Juliet. The heartbreaking story of Gabriel and Evangeline, two Acadians separated during the British expulsion of the French settlers from Nova Scotia in 1755, has become one of the most enduring, endearing, and popular poems in American literature. The lovers' affection follows them when they are forced to flee their home, Evangeline to the land of southern Louisianna, Gabriel to other far-flung parts of the New World. Desperate to find one another, Evangeline searches valiantly for her love, while Gabriel, hoping to one day find his beloved, is - unknowingly - always one step ahead of her. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's epic marks a shift in his style from reflective lyrics and ballads to a longer tale in hexametric verse. The result will for eternity move those "who believe in affection that hopes, and endures, and is patient...who believe in the beauty and strength of a woman's devotion."
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