Monday, August 20, 2007
We're headed into the Middle Ages here, and our reading list (or, at least its beginning) reflects it:
Augustine Came to Kent
Son of Charlemagne
If All the Swords in England
The Hidden Treasure of Glaston
Big John's Secret
The Trumpeter of Krakow
The Black Arrow
Twelve Bright Trumpets
King Arthur (Jim Weiss audio)
Parts of The Once and Future King
Reading about some saints of the time:
Francis and Clare
Elizabeth of Hungary
Joan of Arc
Catherine of Siena
The Holy Twins by Tomie de Paola
Mark Twain's Joan of Arc
Some of our Artists and Composers of the Month will dovetail nicely.
I got Knights and Castles from our library, but haven't given it an in-depth look. Opinions?
For me: Mike Aquilina's The Grail Code
Other favorite resources for the Middle Ages, anyone?