Frugal Homeschooling At The Library

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Never overlook the library. Besides books and magazines, most libraries also have audio tapes, videos, computer cd’s and toys. Plus libraries frequently sponsor free educational exhibits and programs throughout the summer months. Call your library for a list of what is available locally.Here is a list of book recommendations. They are slanted primarily toward grades 4 – 8. There are many other wonderful books in the library. but these are our particular favorites.

How Math Works by Reader’s Digest
Geometry For Every Kid by Janice VanCleave
Math For Every Kid by Janice VanCleave
Multicultural Math by Claudia Zaskavsky
Numbers by Steve Parker
The Moscow Puzzles by Boris Kordemsky
Mathematical Circus by Martin Gardner
The Number Devil by Hans Magnus Enzensberger
Math Curse by Jon Scieszka
Math For Smarty Pants by Marilyn Burns
The Book Of Think by Marilyn Burns
I Hate Mathematics Book by Marilyn Burns
Math Wise! by James L. Overholt
Mathematical Circus by Martin Gardner
Mathemagic by Raymond Blum
Math Trek by Ivars Peterson
Cool Math by Christy Maganzini
Mathematics A Human Endeavor by Harold R. Jacobs

Blood And Guts by Linda Allison
Volcanos by Philip Steele
Medicine by Steve Parker
Chemical Chaos by Nick Arnold
Nasty Nature by Nick Arnold
Fatal Forces by Nick Arnold
Blood, Bones Body Bits by Nick Arnold
Batteries, Bulbs, and Wires by David Glover
Flying and Floating by David Glover
Solids and Liquids by David Glover
Sound and Light by David Glover
Body by Andrew Haslam
Building by Andrew Haslam
DK Guide To Space by Peter Bond
DK Nature Encyclopedia
DK Science Encyclopedia
The Magic School Bus Series
Planet Earth by Martin Redfern
Inventions Explained by Richard Platt
Television by W. Carter Merbreier
Earth by Wendy Baker
175 Science Experiments by Brenda Walpole

Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
Redwall by Brian Jacques
The Book of Three by Lloyd Alexander
The Black Cauldron by Lloyd Alexander
The Castle of Llyr by Lloyd Alexander
Taran Wanderer by Lloyd Alexander
The High King by Lloyd Alexander
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
Dracula by Bram Stoker
Around The World In Eighty Days by Jules Verne
The Call Of The Wild by Jack London
The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
The Hunchback Of Notre-Dame by Victor Hugo
The Kids Invention Book by Arlene Erlbach SOCIAL STUDIES
Ancient Civilizations by Time Life Student Library
I Am Not A Short Adult! by Marilyn Burns

HOW WE DID IT….We went to the library at least once a week. For fiction, we piled up the historical fictions and classics. As for non-fiction we were a lot more imaginative. We looked for ANY book in ANY subject with great pictures and/or a humorous story line and/or wonderful project ideas. We didn’t worry at all about the subject – we just looked for the best of the best of the non-fictions.

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