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    #61
    Re: Edited (The Aeneid for Boys and Girls)

    Originally posted by pickandgrin View Post
    Lamb's Shakespeare is included in one of the core curriculum plans as a read aloud. Someone help me-fifth grade? I don't remember.
    Oh ok. Good deal!

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      #62
      Re: Edited (The Aeneid for Boys and Girls)

      Tales from Shakespeare is in the 6th grade read-aloud set.

      And we added Oxford commas to Church's Aeneid. I'm sure he intended them to be there.

      Tanya

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        #63
        Re: Edited (The Aeneid for Boys and Girls)

        Originally posted by tanya View Post
        Tales from Shakespeare is in the 6th grade read-aloud set.

        And we added Oxford commas to Church's Aeneid. I'm sure he intended them to be there.

        Tanya
        😊 Thank you!

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          #64
          Re: Edited (The Aeneid for Boys and Girls)

          Originally posted by pickandgrin View Post
          Rigor...

          You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means.

          Inconceivable!


          As for Shakespeare, we have the Lamb book (6th grader in the house) and really like it. My other fave Shakespeare-for-kids resource is Bruce Coville. His books are out of print but so worth looking for! They are condensed, but retain the Bard's original language. Also, the illustrations are just beautiful.

          PS - working from phone today and didn't erase my post! Yay, me!
          Mary

          DD15 - 9th core + CLRC Ancient Greek I & Latin IV + VideoText math
          DS12 - 7th core + Novare Earth Science + CLRC HS Latin I + VideoText math
          DD8 - SC level 2

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