Archive | December, 2016

Bright Smoke, Cold Fire

“The walls that kept out death could drive you mad.” Rosamund Hodge writes darkly compelling fantasy stories haunted by images of blood and human sacrifice and death and mystery. Does that sound off-putting? They’re not gory, not horror; but they do probe into the darker reaches of faerie. Highly allusive, she draws on fairytales and […]

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Learning Notes Week of November 14

Monday November 14 Everyone did math and copywork. Sophie read me her geography. Bella picked a dictation phrase and copied it out. Picnic lunch at D.W. Field Park. Afternoon stories: Great Northern. Nothing else because it was pretty late when we got back. Bedtime story: Odyssey Bella finished reading Johnny Tremaine. Tuesday November 15 Orthodontist […]

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