Your Books

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I LOVE BOOKS! ?I ADORE BOOKS! ?I have 3 bookshelves and a full closet stacked with books. ?I have homeschooling books, fictional books, homeschool curriculum, devotionals, bibles, self-help books, and non-fiction books.

We moved into a new home almost two months ago, and I got so tired of seeing the boxes lying around the house. ?So I decided to unpack all of the book boxes at once and just shove the books in no certain order into the existing shelves. ?I'm glad the boxes are gone, but finding the one book I am looking for may take me an hour! ?Here is one closet I have books in:books

I plan on organizing the books soon. ?I definitely would like all the homeschool books and curriculum together. ?Maybe biographies and non-fiction together. ?Another bookshelf might be for fiction books and a shelf for just resources such as dictionaries and encyclopedias.

It drives me crazy not having my books organized and easy to locate.

How do you organize your books at home?

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3 thoughts on “Your Books”

  1. This is off subject from the question you ask but I have a comment and question for you.
    I enjoy reading a variety of different types of books. Right now, I am reading a book on how to tell stories, which to me can carry over into writing within my site.
    Also, I like finding old books at rummage sales, flea markets and estate sales from the turn of the 2oth century. Of special interest to me, are what I call “readers”, those books written for elementary students in the 1900’s thru 1960’s. Especially, when there is a series of books.
    Do you know if there is an interest in the home schooling community for these types of reading books? I was told that the home schooled community liked these type of books because the students could become familiar with the writing styles of authors from years ago.
    By the way, I liked your article.
    Appears I got this comment on the wrong page, but I hope it is appropriate for our site.thanks for sharing

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    • Yes Freddie! There are different ways or methods of homeschooling. Older books, which we like to refer to as “living books” are very much in demand for homeschoolers who practice the Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling. Many who don’t prescribe to that method also enjoy the older books or “classics” as we refer to them since they were so well written.

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