HSP 049 Sara Masarik: Literature is Life
The only thing that might come close to a good book is having a friend who loves to talk about good books. That’s Sara Masarick. She loves to read and talk about reading — for her and for kids. And she’s passionate about helping others get together to talk about reading too.
In this episode of the podcast Sara and I chat about books (of course!), her homeschool, and how she is helping people connect with books and reading communities online. Enjoy!
Links and resources from today’s show:
- Sara’s Blog, Plumfield and Paideia
- Potato Peel Pie Book Community
- HSP 24 Melissa Wiley: All About Tidal Homeschooling
- Little Women
- Little Men
- The Fellowship of the Ring
- Under the Lilac
- Eight Cousins
- Little Britches
- Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler’s Guide to Unshakable Peace
- The Original Homeschooling Series 6 Volume Set by Charlotte Mason
- The Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic
- 100 Cupboards
- The Angel Knew Papa and the Dog
- The Green Ember
- Freddy the Detective
- Henry Reed, Inc
- The Princess and the Goblin
- The Living Page
- Good Old Archibald
- Charles Dickens
- Stories We Shared Journal
Little WomenLittle MenThe Fellowship of the RingUnder the LilacEight CousinsLittle Britches:Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler’s Guide to Unshakable PeaceThe Original Home Schooling Series 6 volume setThe Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic100 CupboardsThe Angel Knew Papa and the DogThe Green EmberFreddy the DetectiveHenry Reed, Inc.The Princess and the GoblinThe Living Page: Keeping Notebooks with Charlotte MasonCharles DickensGood Old Archibald
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