Read Aloud Challenge May 12th

This was not a good week for us for reading aloud.  We just didn’t get to it.  I did start a couple of books this week:


This is Tailorbear’s Read Aloud for her Sonlight Core 4 (now called Core E), In Search of the Source, by Neil Anderson.  It’s a true story of how the Folopa people received their the Bible in their own language.  This is my third time reading it aloud and I am enjoying it as much this time as I did when I read first to BooBear and next to Turtlegirl.  The other girls are allowed to listen in as well but it is only required listening for TailorBear.  We’ve really only really just started it.  I am hoping for some nice weather so Tailorbear and I can go outside to read together.


I’ve started a new Yesterday’s Classics book to Supergirl.  Dooryard Stories by Gudrun Thorne-Thomsen.  This is going to be our “Wednesday wait in the van for her sisters to come out from piano lessons” book.  Since it’s on my Nook it will be easy to just bring it along and it gives us something to look forward to on Wednesdays.

We still have our other books, we just haven’t opened them this week.  Hopefully, I’ll get more of a schedule/routine built up and we’ll get more reading aloud time done.

What have you been reading this week?  Want to know about the Reading Aloud Challenge, check out this post from Debra at Footprints in the Butter.   Want to join in this week?  Click here for Debra’s post for this week.


  1. I really appreciate that you are posting even when it wasn't a stellar week.

    I HAVE to start using some of the Yesterday's Classics titles with my little two. I'm using a lot of the medieval resources in a hit or miss supplementary style with the middle two. So what would you recommend for Richard/Trina?


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