He’s been touted as the “Father of Science Fiction” and is the second most translated author of all time. Jules Verne, a French author who wrote more than 60 books, in addition to plays, short stories, and librettos, released one of his most famous works of art today in history, 150 years ago.
Can We Trust the History Books We Read? THIS is a loaded question. First of all, know this. ALL history is written with a bias. Any author is going to bend, support, or omit information that will create a view or meet an agenda. At best, we can call it a “perspective”; at worst, “propaganda.”
As homeschoolers, we can start to feel a little cooped up from time to time. During moments like these, we need to find things to do that ease our boredom and help us grow as a family! Today we want to share with you seven fun family activities to help everyone in the house reset and refocus on what matters most.
National Author’s Day is dedicated to appreciating the writers who inspire, teach, and entertain us. So, what is an author? Why are they important? And how can their work profoundly impact our lives? Keep on reading to find out! Plus, learn more about the history behind National Author’s Day.
Books! …A homeschooler’s true friend! Books are the life-blood of a homeschool family… They provide field trips to eras past or imagined worlds of the future! They bring you to countries across the globe and adventures a child may never get to experience in his or her lifetime.