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Exploring the Robinson Curriculum: Books #80-85 for Homeschooling Enthusiasts

rc book list Sep 14, 2023

In this thrilling journey through the world of literature and education, we're diving deep into books #80 to #85 on the Robinson Curriculum booklist. I'm Karen, your guide on this adventure, as we unravel captivating stories, historical diaries, and essential readings that provide a unique perspective on the realms of education and history.

Book #81: "The Spy" by James Fenimore Cooper
We kick off our exploration with James Fenimore Cooper's "The Spy." This historical fiction and adventure novel transports us to the American Revolutionary War, where espionage and divided loyalties take center stage. Discover the intrigue of Harvey Birch, a seemingly ordinary peddler who operates as a spy for the American Patriots. [Read "The Spy" here]

Book #82: "Picturesque America" by William Cullen Bryant
Our next stop is "Picturesque America" by William Cullen Bryant, a rare gem that offers a visual journey through the late 19th-century United States. This collection of essays and illustrations showcases the natural beauty and scenic landscapes of the country. [Explore "Picturesque America" here]

Book #83: "Diaries of George Washington, Volume 1" by George Washington
Step into the world of America's founding fathers with "Diaries of George Washington, Volume 1." These diaries provide invaluable insights into George Washington's life, his military campaigns, political activities, and personal reflections during pivotal moments in American history. [Read George Washington's diaries here]

Book #84: "The Law" by Frédéric Bastiat
Frédéric Bastiat's "The Law" is a must-read for every American. This thought-provoking book delves into the purpose of law, individual rights, and economic freedom. It challenges conventional notions and advocates for limited government intervention in the economy. [Get a copy of "The Law" here] or [read it for free here](

Book #85: "Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson
Our final destination is Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island." This classic adventure tale of pirates, buried treasure, and moral dilemmas has left an indelible mark on literature and popular culture. [Embark on the adventure with "Treasure Island" here]

As we embark on this educational adventure together, I invite you to like this video, comment with your thoughts or questions, and subscribe for more engaging content. Whether you're a homeschooling family or a book lover seeking to enrich your literary journey, we're here to support you. Let's explore the fascinating world of the Robinson Curriculum and beyond.

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