You have heard that before. The idea of camping and the possibility of quiet family time brings back memories.
The wonderful fragrance of the spruce that adorns the roads as you arrive to the campsite. Car doors fling open as your children jump out to survey the best place for their tent. We have overcome “boredom” you think. The back hatch of your car swings open and out comes the camping games, fishing poles, tents, campfire wood, and the other supplies for your camping activities. Let the happy memories begin!
“Any berries you see the birds don’t eat, you had better not eat.” Education of Little Tree by Forrest Carter
Finding quality books for our boys to read can be a dauntless task. You may search curriculum catalogs, ask the local librarian and talk with your friends. Sometimes it can get overwhelming, right. That’s why I created this simple list of 15 quality books that every boy should find time to read.
How The Books Were Selected
To help with this issue my friends, homeschool moms, decided to form a group that had been inspired by a methodology called a Thomas Jefferson Education. We would study the books that our children would read in the future to be prepared for future discussion. This is a literature approach to education that I will share in a later post. The following book list is the result of a couple of years reading and discussing books’ that I believe every boy should read. (Note: There are few title additions that the book group did not read.)
I have linked the list of books to popular websites that have the best price for the book. I am not an affiliate.