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Suggested Additional Books for Free Reading *John of Sydney Cove by Doris Chadwick *The Courteous Savage by Mary

Durack Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington Stradbroke Dreamtime by Noonuccal Oodgeroo February Dragon by Colin Thiele Ash Road by Ivan Southhall Norah of Billabong by Mary Grant Bruce Wild Animals I Have Known by Ernest Thompson Seton Little Women by Louisa May Alcott A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Sally's Story by Sally Morgan Captains Courageous by Rudyard Kipling Puck of Pook's Hill by Rudyard Kipling The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson Lad: A Dog by Albert Payson Terhune The Treasure Seekers by Edith Nesbit The Wouldbegoods by Edith Nesbit Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm by Kate Douglas Wiggin Hans Brinker by Mary Mapes Dodge Michael Faraday, Father of Electronics by Charles Ludwig *Carry On, Mr. Bowditch by Jean Lee Latham **Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith **Across Five Aprils by Irene Hunt ***Rilla of Ingleside (7 of the Anne series) by Lucy Maud Montgomery; shows WWI effects ***Falcons of France by Charles Nordhoff, James Norman Hall ***Goodbye Mr. Chips by James Hilton The Story of My Life by Helen Keller Week 1 The Story of Australia Ch 9 Expansion and Exploration Abraham Lincoln's World: 1809 pg ix-x, Napoleon pg 5-8, The Next Emperor pg 9-10, Because of England and Napoleon pg 11--14, Young Creoles of Venezuela pg 15-18 The Story of John G Paton Ch 1-3 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 1, 2 Bushland and Seashore Chapter 1 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Red Emperor Chapter 1,2 MHLW Ch 8 from beginning to "beautiful work than he has ever yet done in the world." (pg 141-145) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 1,2 Pyle's King Arthur: Part I, The Winning of Kinghood, ch. 1 and 2 Age of Fable ch 15 The Graeae, Perseus and Medusa, Perseus and Atlas

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Abraham Lincoln's World: Ships and Trops and Businessmen pg 18-22, Tecumseh The Falling Star pg 23-24, Sam Houston Becomes The Raven pg 25-27, The Year 1812 in North America pg 28-31 Trial and Triumph ch 36. William Carey Father of Modern Missions (1761-1834) pg. 219 The Story of John G Paton Ch 4-6 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 3, 4 Red Emperor Chapter 3 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology MHLW Ch 8 from "So now Analysis has got the upper hand" to "believe that he understands what he says." (pg 145-148) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 3 Pyle's King Arthur: Part I The Winning of Kinghood, ch. 3, Part II The Winning of a Sword, ch. 1 Age of Fable ch 15 The Sea Monster, the wedding feast 9 Week 3 History of Australia Ch 9 Mountain Barrier Abraham Lincoln's World: 1812 in South America pg 32-35, To Moscow and Return pg 36-38, Don't Give Up the Ship pg 39-40, Andrew Jackson the Indian Fighter pg 41-44 The Story of John G Paton Ch 7-9 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 5 Bushland and Seashore Chapter 2 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Red Emperor Chapter 4 MHLW Ch 8 "Why?" "Think now.." to "every time you breathe." (pg 148-151) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 4 Pyle's King Arthur: Part II, The Winning of a Sword, ch. 2 and 3 Age of Fable ch 16 Monsters, The Sphinx 10 Week 4 History of Australia Ch 10 Jail or Colony? Abraham Lincoln's World: A Boy and a Fish pg 44, Napoleon Defeated pg 45-48, The Very Young William Gladstone pg 48-50, Just Before and After the End pg 51-55 Trial and Triumph ch 37. David Livingstone Missionary Explorer (1813-1873) pg. 227 The Story of John G Paton Ch 10-12 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 6, 7 Red Emperor Chapter 5 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology MHLW Ch 8 from "Well; that is very curious." to "right way, in which Madam How made it." (pg 151154) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 5 Pyle's King Arthur: Part III, The Winning of a Queen, ch. 1 and 2 Age of Fable ch 16 Pegasus and the Chimaera, the Centaurus, the Pygmies, the Gryphon

10 Week 5 History of Australia Ch 11 Soon No Blackmen Abraham Lincoln's World: Back to the Kings Again pg 56-60, Trails to the West pg 65-66, Abe Goes to Indiana pg 67-70, Robert Lee of Virginia pg 71-73 The Story of John G Paton Ch 13-15 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 8, 9 Bushland and Seashore Chapter 3 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Red Emperor Chapter 6 MHLW Ch 8 s from "And what was that?" to "forming at the bottom of the sea." (pg 154-158) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 6 Pyle's King Arthur: Part III, The Winning of a Queen, ch. 3 and 4 Age of Fable ch 17 The Golden Fleece 10 Week 6 History of Australia Ch 12 Swan River Abraham Lincoln's World: Harriet Beecher, the Preacher's Child pg 73-75, What About Missouri? pg 76-78, Steamboats and the Law pg 79-81, Kit Rides to Santa Fe pg 82-83 The Story of John G Paton Ch 16-18 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 10, 11 Red Emperor Chapter 7 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology MHLW Ch 8 "And what are Pteropods?" to end of chapter (pg 158-161) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 7 Pyle's King Arthur: Part III, The Winning of a Queen, ch. 5 and 6 Age of Fable ch 17 Medea and Aeson 9 Week 7 The Story of Australia Ch 10 Other Settlements Abraham Lincoln's World: Benito Juarez A Boy of Mexico pg 84-87, Toda America Es Mi Patria pg 8891, Citizens of the World pg 92-94, Victoria Is Born pg 95 The Story of John G Paton Ch 19-21 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 12, 13 Bushland and Seashore Chapter 4 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Red Emperor Chapter 8 MHLW Ch 9 from beginning to "old guess is actual fact and true." (pg 162-166) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 8 Pyle's King Arthur: The Three Worthies: Prologue and Merlin ch. 1, 2, and 3 Age of Fable ch 18 Meleager

10 Week 8 The Story of Australia Ch 11 Still Other Settlements Abraham Lincoln's World: Hard Times and Bad Kings pg 96-98, Victoria Who Was She? pg 99-101, Charles Dickens Or David Copperfield pg 102-104, Wild Turkeys and Waste Time pg 105-107 Trial and Triumph ch 38. John Paton Witness to the Cannibals (1824-1907) pg. 233 The Story of John G Paton Ch 22-24 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 14, 15 Red Emperor Chapter 9 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology MHLW Ch 9 f from "But what are these curious sea-creatures called" to "teased her till she was quite angry." (pg 166-171) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 9 Pyle's King Arthur: Merlin ch. 4 and conclusion, Pellias ch. 1 Age of Fable ch 18 Atalanta 10 Week 9 The Story of Australia Ch 12 Two Great Explorers Abraham Lincoln's World: The Story of Brazil pg 108-111, The Drama of Greece pg 112-114, Ulysses Grant Named and Renamed pg 115-117, Railroads Are Here pg 118-120 The Story of John G Paton Ch 25-27 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 16, 17 Bushland and Seashore Chapter 5 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Red Emperor Chapter 10 MHLW Ch 9 from "Then he was very lucky that she did not" to "such as this stone is partly made of." (pg 171-174) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 10 Pyle's King Arthur: Pellias ch. 2 and 3 Age of Fable ch 19 Hercules spend 2 weeks as needed 10 Week 10 History of Australia Ch 13 Strangers in a Strange Land Abraham Lincoln's World: A Three Day Revolution pg 121-122, Young Patriots of Italy pg 123-126, A Bloodless Revolution pg 127-128, Union and Liberty pg 129-134 The Story of John G Paton Ch 28-30 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 18, 19 Red Emperor Chapter 11 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology MHLW Ch 9 from "But what happens to all the delicate" to "nearly a quart of pure oil." (pg 174-179) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 11 Pyle's King Arthur: Pellias ch. 4 and 5 Age of Fable ch 19 Hercules spend 2 weeks as needed

9 Week 11 The Story of Australia Ch 13 Failure and Success Abraham Lincoln's World: Time Makes an Old Idea New pg 139-142, The Sultan's Guest pg 142-144, India pg 145-146, Li Hung Chang A Boy of China pg 147-149 The Story of John G Paton Ch 31-33 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 20, 21 Bushland and Seashore Chapter 6 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Red Emperor Chapter 12 MHLW Ch9 from That is the history of the cocoanut crab to nothing is impossible with God p179-182 Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 12 Pyle's King Arthur: Pellias ch. 6, Gawaine ch. 1 Age of Fable ch 19 Hebe and Ganymede 10 Week 12 History of Australia Ch 14 New Colonies, New Settlers Burke and Wills by Frank Clune Abraham Lincoln's World: Slavery What To Do About It pg 150-153, Abe Lincoln of New Salem pg 154157, Remember the Alamo pg 158-162, On To Oregon pg 162-164 The Story of John G Paton Ch 34-36 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 22, 23 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Red Emperor Chapter 13,14 MHLW Ch 9 f from "But you said that the coal was made from plants" to end of chapter (pg 183-187) Isaac Newton Inventor, Scientist, Teacher Ch 13,14 Pyle's King Arthur: Gawaine ch. 2 and 3 Age of Fable ch 19 Theseus 9 Optional Exam Week

Suggested Books for Free Reading *John of Sydney Cove by Doris Chadwick Stradbroke Dreamtime by Noonuccal Oodgeroo Ash Road by Ivan Southhall Wild Animals I Have Known by Ernest Thompson Seton Little Women by Louisa May Alcott A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Sally's Story by Sally Morgan Puck of Pook's Hill by Rudyard Kipling Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson Lad: A Dog by Albert Payson Terhune The Wouldbegoods by Edith Nesbit Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder Michael Faraday, Father of Electronics by Charles Ludwig **Rifles for Watie by Harold Keith **Across Five Aprils by Irene Hunt ***Rilla of Ingleside (7 of the Anne series) by Lucy Maud Montgomery; shows WWI effects ***Falcons of France by Charles Nordhoff, James Norman Hall ***Goodbye Mr. Chips by James Hilton

Week 13 History of Australia Ch 15 No Convicts, Cannibals, Coolies Gold Seekers Ch 1-3 Abraham Lincoln's World: Into Darkest Africa pg 165-166, Young Lion vs Ancient Dragon pg 167-168, R Stands for Regina pg 169-170, Corn and Potatoes pg 171-173 Trial and Triumph ch 39. Hudson Taylor The China Inland Mission (1832-1905) pg. 239 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 1-3 The Story of John G Paton Ch 37-39 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 24 Always Inventing p 9-14 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Madam and Lady Why Ch 10 Field and Wild from beginning to "she is at work now making you." (pg 188-194) Oliver Twist: ch. 1-3 Age of Fable ch 19 Olympic and other games, Daedalus, Castor and Pollux 10

Week 14 The Story of Australia Ch14 Gold Gold Seekers Ch 4,5 Abraham Lincoln's World: Rebellion in Canada pg 174-175, Steam Across the Atlantic pg 176-177, Behind Japan's Closed Door pg 178-180, Wedding Bells pg 180-183 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 4,5 The Story of John G Paton Ch 40-42 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 25, 26 Always Inventing p 15-23 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Madam and Lady Why Ch 10 Field and Wild from "Making me?" to "Why, I have got I don't know how many." (pg 194-199) Oliver Twist: ch. 4-8 Age of Fable ch 20 Bacchus Week 15 History of Australia Ch 16 Gold Gold Seekers Ch 6,7 Abraham Lincoln's World: Authors and Visitors pg 184-186, Telegraph and Photograph pg 187-189, On To The West pg 190-196, To The Halls of Montezuma pg 197-199 A Passion for the Impossible C 6,7 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 27, 28 Always Inventing p 24-27 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G Paton Ch 43-45 Madam and Lady Why Ch 10 Field and Wild from "Why not? Bring them here, and let us see." to "that is, sown with grass seeds." (pg 199-203) Oliver Twist: ch. 9-14 Age of Fable ch 20 Ariadne Week 16 History of Australia Ch 18 Good Times Gold Seekers Ch 8,9 Abraham Lincoln's World: Gold pg 200-201, Canada pg 201-202, Corn and Potatoes pg 203, The Year 1848 pg 204-208 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 8,9 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 29, 30 Always Inventing p 28-37 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G Paton Ch 46-48 Madam and Lady Why Ch 10 Field and Wild from "And where did men get the grass seeds from?" to "and lived quietly side by side for ages." (pg 203-209) Oliver Twist: ch. 15-19 Age of Fable ch 22 The rural deities

Week 17 Ned Kelly p 1-5 Gold Seekers Ch 10,11 Abraham Lincoln's World: A Beautiful Uniform or a Spiked Helmet pg 213-215, Wilhelm der Goldaf pg 216, The Peace Festival pg 217-220, Napoleon III pg 220-224 (including Eugenie) Trial and Triumph ch 40. Amy Carmichael Mother to Outcast Children (1867-1951) pg. 245 A Passion for the Impossible Ch10,11 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 31, 32 Always Inventing p 38-43 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G Paton Ch 49-51 Madam and Lady Why Ch 10 Field and Wild from "Another forest coming up from below?" to "even as wise as Sweep the retriever." (pg 209-214) Oliver Twist: ch. 20-23 Age of Fable ch 22 Erisichthon Week 18 Ned Kelly p 6-10 Gold Seekers Ch 12,13 Abraham Lincoln's World: Der Tolle Bismarck pg 225-227, At Home in Springfield pg 228-231, Free Soil and Slave pg 232-235, Uncle Tom's cabin pg 236-237 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 12,13 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 33 Always Inventing p 44-57 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G Paton Ch 52-54 Madam and Lady Why Ch 10 Field and Wild from "Not as wise as Sweep?" to end of chapter (pg 214220) Oliver Twist: ch. 24-28 Age of Fable ch 22 Rhoecus-The Winds Week 19 Ned Kelly p 11-15 Gold Seekers Ch 14,15 Abraham Lincoln's World: Land of Nobles and Serfs pg 238-239, A Lamp in the Crimea pg 240-242, Families and Friends pg 243-247, Viva L'Italia pg 248-252 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 14,15 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 34, 35 Always Inventing p 58-end Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Madam and Lady Why Ch 11 The World's End from beginning to "louder every step we take." (pg 221226) The Story of John G Paton Ch 55-57 Oliver Twist: ch. 29-32 Age of Fable ch 23 Achelous and Hercules

Week 20 Ned Kelly p 16-end Gold Seekers Ch 16,17 Abraham Lincoln's World: The Devil's Wind pg 253-255, About Peace and Foreigners pg 256-261, Shrinking the World pg 262-266, Bloody Kansas pg 266-271 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 16,17 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 36, 37 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G Paton Ch 58-60 Madam and Lady Why Ch 11 The World's End from "What a roar! Is there a waterfall there?" to "have been talking, we have got into the woods." (pg 226-230) Oliver Twist: ch. 33-37 Age of Fable ch 23 Admetus and Alcestis Week 21 History of Australia Ch 19 The Land of Plenty, and Waste Gold Seekers Ch 18,19 Abraham Lincoln's World: Opening Japan pg 272-277, Good Old Abe, The Rail Splitter pg 278-280, The Man and the Hour pg 281-284, 1861: The Torn Map pg 289-294 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 18,19 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 38, 39 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G Paton Ch 61-633 Madam and Lady Why Ch 11 The World's End from "Oh, what beautiful woods, just like our own." to "and they could not float over that." (pg 230-236) Oliver Twist: ch. 38-41 Age of Fable ch 23 Antigone, Penelope Week 22 Our Sunburnt Country Ch10 Men of Industry 1850-60 Gold Seekers Ch 20,21 Abraham Lincoln's World: What About England pg 295-297, An Empire for Mexico pg 298-301, Russia's Serfs are Freed pg 302, 1862: The Monitor and the Merrimac pg 303 Trial and Triumph ch 41. Charles Spurgeon Prince of Preachers (1834-1892) pg. 253 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 20,21 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 40, 41 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G Paton Ch 64-66 Madam and Lady Why Ch 11 The World's End from "Come, I say, and sit down on this bench" to "make one think that so it must have been." (pg 236-242) Oliver Twist: ch. 42-45 Age of Fable ch 24 Orpheus and Eurydice

Week 23 The Story of Australia Ch15 Federation1901 Gold Seekers Ch 22,23 Abraham Lincoln's World: Henceforth and Forever Free pg 304-309, Prussia Marches to War pg 310314, 1863: Vicksburg and Gettysburg pg 315-320, Red Cross pg 321-322 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 22,23 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 42, 43 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G Paton Ch 67-69 Madam and Lady Why Ch 11 The World's End from "And now I will tell you something stranger still." to "and luncheon must be ready." (pg 242-244) Oliver Twist: ch. 46-49 Age of Fable ch 24 Aristaeus the Bee-keeper Week 24 History of Australia Ch20 We Must Unite 1901 ` Abraham Lincoln's World: The Last Year of War pg 323-328, Looking to the Future pg 329-335, Victory and Defeat pg 336-338, Day of Light and Shadow pg 339-342 A Passion for the Impossible Ch 24-36 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 44, 45 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Madam and Lady Why Ch 11 The World's End from "Why are you opening your eyes at me, like the dog" to end of chapter. (pg 244-251) The Story of John G Paton Ch 70-72 Oliver Twist: ch. 50-53 Age of Fable ch 24 Amphion-Muusaeus Optional Exam Week

Suggested Books for Free Reading *John of Sydney Cove by Doris Chadwick Ash Road by Ivan Southhall Wild Animals I Have Known by Ernest Thompson Seton Little Women by Louisa May Alcott A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson Lad: A Dog by Albert Payson Terhune Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder The Long Winter by Laura Ingalls Wilder These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder ***Rilla of Ingleside (7 of the Anne series) by Lucy Maud Montgomery; shows WWI effects ***Falcons of France by Charles Nordhoff, James Norman Hall ***Goodbye Mr. Chips by James Hilton Week 25 CHOW Ch 82 The Age of Miracles The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 1, 2 Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 1 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 46, 47 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G. Paton Ch 73-75 Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from beginning to "once joined on to that low island on our left." (pg 252-255) The Lighthorsemen Ch 1,2 Man's Slave Become's God's Scientist Ch 1, 2 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 1 Age of Fable ch 25 Arion Week 26 CHOW Ch 83 A Different Kind of Revolution The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 3, 4 Trial and Triumph ch 42. Chinese Christians In the Boxer Rebellion (1900-1901) pg. 259 Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 2 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 48, 49, 50 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G. Paton Ch 76-78 Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "What, that long bank of stones, with a house on it?" to "up those cliffs in columns of white foam." (pg 255-258) The Lighthorsemen Ch 3 Man's Slave Become's God's Scientist Ch 3,4 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 2, 3 Age of Fable ch 25 Ibycus

Week 27 CHOW Ch 84 A World at War The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 5, first half of 6 (up tp to page 63) Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 3 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 51, 52 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G. Paton Ch 79-81 Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "Hoch!" to "gannets swooping round and round." (pg 258-260) The Lighthorsemen Ch 4 Man's Slave Become's God's Scientist 5,6 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 4 Age of Fable ch 25 Simonides, Sappho Week 28 History of Australia Ch 21 The Great War The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer second half of ch 6 (starting at pg 63), ch 7 Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 4 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 53, 54 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G. Paton Ch 82-84 Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "Oh! one has fallen into the sea!" to "And how the mackerel flew out of the water!" (bottom of pg 260-264) The Lighthorsemen Ch 5 Man's Slave Become's God's Scientist Ch 7,8 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 5 Age of Fable ch 26 Diana and Endymion, Orion Week 29 Our Sunburnt Country Ch12 A Nation at War The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 8, 9 Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 5 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 55, 56 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology The Story of John G. Paton Ch 85-87 Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "Yes. You are a lucky boy to have seen that." to "because you went on board at night." (pg 264-268) The Lighthorsemen Ch 6 Man's Slave Become's God's Scientist Ch 9,10 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 6, 7 Age of Fable ch 26 Aurora and Tithonus, Acis and Galatea

Week 30 The Aussie Crusaders Ch 1-4 The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 10, 11 Trial and Triumph ch 43. Abraham Kuyper Theologian and Statesman (1837-1920) pg. 265 Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 6 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 57, 58 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "Oh! Where have we got to now?" to "villas, high over your head." (pg 268-271) The Story of John G. Paton Ch 88-91 The Lighthorsemen Ch 7 Man's Slave Become's God's Scientist 11,12 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 8 Age of Fable ch 27 The Trojan War Week 31 The Aussie Crusaders Ch 5-8 The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 12, 13 Proposes the Theory of Relativity (1905) and The Titanic Sinks (1912) Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 7 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 59, 60 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "And what is that in the air? A bridge?" to "from Bristol right into the Somersetshire flats." (pg 271-275) The Lighthorsemen Ch 8 Man's Slave Become's God's Scientist Ch 13,14 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 9 Age of Fable ch 27 The Iliad spend 3 weeks as needed Week 32 The Aussie Crusaders Ch 9-12 The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 14, 15 Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 8 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 61, 62 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "There. We are off at last" to "We are in the Box Tunnel." (pg 275-277) The Lighthorsemen Ch 9 Man's Slave Become's God's Scientist Ch 15 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 10 Age of Fable ch 27 The Iliad spend 3 weeks as needed

Week 33 The Aussie Crusaders Ch 13-16 The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 16, first half of 17 (up to pg 185) Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 9 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 63, 64 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "There is the light again:" to "described in it, close on our right." (pg 277-281) The Lighthorsemen Ch 10 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 11 Age of Fable ch 27 The Iliad spend 3 weeks as needed Week 34 The Aussie Crusaders Ch 17-20 The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer second half of ch 17 (starting at pg 185), 18 Trial and Triumph ch 44. J. Gresham Machen Valiant for Truth (1881-1937) pg. 271 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 65, 66 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 10 Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "There is the White Horse Hill." to "as I hope you will some day." (pg 281-285) The Lighthorsemen Ch 11 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 12, 13 Age of Fable ch 28 The Fall of Troy spend 2 weeks as needed Week 35 The Aussie Crusaders Ch 21-24 The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 19, 20 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 67, 68 Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 11 Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "There was a clergyman named Henslow" to "Why we are crossing him again!" (pg 285-289) The Lighthorsemen Ch 12 Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 14 Age of Fable ch 28 The Fall of Troy spend 2 weeks as needed Week 36 The Aussie Crusaders Ch 25-26 The Story of the World vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer ch 21, 22 Hillyer's Childs Geography of the World ch 69, 70, 71 Beatrix Potter: The Story of the Creator of Peter Rabbit Ch 12 Madam and Lady Why Ch 12 Homeward Bound from "Yes; he winds more sharply than a railroad can." to end of book (pg 289-295) The Lighthorsemen Ch 13, Afterword Kim by Rudyard Kipling ch 15 Age of Fable ch 28 Agamemnon-Troy (end of chapter) Optional Exam Week