Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler's Guide to Unshakable Peace will feel like a breath of fresh air to those of us dealing with stress, anxiety, and the everyday busyness of the homeschooling life! Encouraging moms to focus on relationships rather than checking items off the to-do list with frantic efficiency, author Sarah Mackenzie provides homeschoolers with a simple, centered pathway to restful teaching. Chapters provide gentle encouragement and advice on how to simplify your curriculum strategies, add margin to your day, focus on YOUR teaching style and strengths, and draw strength from the Lord's grace during the ins-and-outs of life. 88 pages, softcover.

The Classical Reader from Classical Academic Press will help you choose the best books for grades K-12 by level, genre, and more!

When you have sea of options and resources, it can paradoxically be even harder to find the right book for your children. Years of research collecting and analyzing K-12 reading recommendations of classical educators from around the country have been poured into The Classical Reader. This guide is perfect for homeschool or school families who want to ensure their children are reading some of the best literature available.

This pithy book includes recommendations for reading at each grade level, noting each selection's level of difficulty and genre. It also includes room to record what your student has read. Great for everything from book reports to reading for pleasure.

This title replaces the previous edition, which was entitled "A Reader's Guide," and has been extensively revised.

Awakening Wonder: A Classical Guide to Truth, Goodness and Beauty demonstrates how coaching students to value and work towards the transcendent values of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty is an important part of true education. By removing the study of these values from the classroom, modern schools stopped cultivating virtue and instead communicated a mechanistic vision of the world that saw students as products to be produced. The restoration of these values is at the heart of the renewal of the classical education system. In this book you'll discover the history and development of these values and how they redeem our senses and sanctify our imaginations. Teachers will also learn how to incorporate these values into their teaching to awaken awe and wonder in both themselves and their students. 128 pages, softcover.

John Milton is well-known as the author of Paradise Lost and is lauded as one of the best-educated men of his day. In John Milton: Classical Learning and the Progress of Virtue author Dr. Grant Horner examines Milton's vision of a Christian and classical education. Addressing questions such as how to handle pagan texts, how to develop a theology of aesthetics, and why we must grapple with the relationship between pagan wisdom and scripture, this book will serve as a thorough introduction to the complex thought of one of the Puritan intellectual giants. 104 pages, softcover.

One of the principal founders of the Western intellectual tradition, Plato's views are many, diverse, and worthy of study. This assessment focuses on Plato's thoughts on pedagogy and the nature of education while also looking at his impact on the development of educational theory and practice in the West and around the world. 80 pages, softcover.

A Student's Guide to Classical Education: One Student's K-12 Journey by Zoe Perrin is an excellent guide for anyone-parents, students, and educators-who is trying to understand what to expect in a classical school. Zoe describes her path through classical education from K-12 as she studies grammar, Latin, logic and rhetoric. Perfect for those who want a fuller picture of how the classical education model functions in a "real-life" situations. 64 pages, paperback.

Go beyond "grammar, logic, and rhetoric."

The Liberal Arts Tradition instead situates the liberal arts within classical education, describing it as a central part of an education that should also include components of music, philosophy, theology, and other subject areas. This book also covers the means by which classical educators holistically cultivated the mind, body, will, and affections.

The Man Born to Be King is a play-cycle of the four gospels in dramatic form. First written for BBC Broadcasting, Sayers stays true to the New Testament while bringing the audience into the reality of the life of Christ through a wealth of details and dialogue. Perfect for literary reading, devotions, homeschooling, or theological discussion! 327 pages, softcover.

This small book (45 pages) is an ideal introduction to classical education written by the headmaster of a classical academy in Pennsylvania. It traces the history of classical education and describes its modern renaissance. The book also highlights the distinctive elements of the movement including its emphasis on teaching grammar, logic and rhetoric (the Trivium), and the extraordinary achievements of students who are receiving a classical education. Other sections address the role and benefit of classical language study (Latin and Greek) and integrated learning through a study of the great books of western civilization.

The book is written in a colloquial, engaging style, with several anecdotes, diagrams and charts. This book is especially recommended to parents just beginning their examination of classical education.

Dorothy Sayers' The Lost Tools of Learning was delivered as a speech in 1947, and has been one of the foundational works for the modern classical education movement. Advocating for organizing curriculum via the trivium-the now-familiar grammar, logic, and rhetoric stages-she advocated for integrated subjects and for students to learn to teach themselves. Read by Victoria Twigg and introduced by Dr. Christopher Perrin.