Take a look at my book list for our Adventures in Great Britain Unit Study, releasing this spring! Read more to grab a 35% off discount code. Did you know that our Adventures in Great Britain have been in the works for over 4 years? I am so excited about the slow release of them this spring! Starting April 7th, to May 12th, you can expect to dive into the next read, paint, cook journey in England, Scotland, and Wales!
“Oh, to be in England now that April’s there, And whoever wakes in England sees, some morning, unaware, That the lowest boughs and the brushwood sheaf round the elm-tree bole are in tiny leaf, While the chaffinch sings on the orchard bough in England – now!
– Robert Browning, an English poet and playwright from the 1800s
To help you celebrate, and get a little pumped for it, I wanted to share with you some of the book titles that are found inside the studies, from this very large book stack I took a photo of a few weeks ago and shared on my Instagram feed here. Keep reading to find out how you can get 35% off England and Willows Study now! (limited time offer)
So many of you were curious about the books I have been collecting, and what’s going to be on the Optional Book List, that I wanted to write up a post all about it for you!
Watch me flip through the book list here on You Tube:
Alexandra’s Book Collection:
The Scottish Heather by Brian D. Osborne (rare find!)
Flower Fairies of the Spring by Cicely Mary Barker
The Little House in the Highlands by Melissa Wiley (I love this series, and I am writing a study guide for this one as we speak!)
The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton (I really adore this series as well, and I am about to start writing a guide for it as well!)
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame (Our Art + Baking Study Guide for this brilliant classic is coming April 14th!)
Cassell’s New Geographical Readers Second Book, Published 1894 (Rare find!)
Who Was William Shakespeare? by Celeste Davidson
The Mystery at Big Ben by Carole Marsh
Four Otters Toboggan: An Animal Counting Book by Vivian Kirkfield
The Jolly Pocket Postman by Janet & Allen Ahlberg
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Sing-Song: A Nursery Rhyme Book by Christina Rossetti by Classic Living Books
The Magical Unicorn Society Official Handbook by Selwyn E. Phipps
Let’s Paint! by Alborozo
Donald and the Loch Ness Monster: An Adventure in Scotland by Disney Small World Library (slightly rare, used books only, this whole series is fabulous and we love it!)
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (This copy was given to me by my Grandma who was incredibly obsessed with Shakespeare)
Romeow and Drooliet by Nina Laden
A Stage Full of Shakespeare Stories by Angela McAllister (This has wonderful illustrations and easy to read and comprehend stories, they are just perfect for read aloud time! Keep reading to see this book photographed)
A Child’s Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Castle Ghost: An Adventure in Great Britain by Disney Small World Library
Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis
Dogger by Shirley Hughes
William Shakespeare & the Globe by Aliki
The Wind in the Willows Retold by Lesley Sims, Illustrated by Mauro Evangelista (Usborne)
The Wind in the Willows Retold by Mairi Mackinnon, Illustrated by Olga Demidova (Usborne English Readers Level 2)
Tin Lizzie by Peter Spier
Hello Scottish Animals by Kate McLelland
Hairy Hettie by Jo Allen
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe “The Creature of Narnia” Adapted by Scout Driggs
Saint George and the Dragon Retold by Margaret Hodges
Plus a couple other titles that didn’t make it into this video:
The Big Book of the UK by Iogen Russell Williams (This one is awesome! Stay tuned for when I share more about it on the blog and Instagram feed)
The Story of London by Richard Brassey
Katie in London by James Mayhew (This is my absolute favourite!)
Of course, there is an even longer list when it comes to Scotland, and the official book titles I am sharing with you in the Adventure, so stay tuned. I like to give you options when studying a country, and this next Build Your Masterpiece Class is special, as my family history is from England and Scotland. I do want to mention that you do not need this many books to enjoy our Adventures, because I include a lot of information in the lessons, and in our Additional Learning Resources found by scanning the QR Codes in our curriculum. This book list is mine, and is a special collection to me while I write our curriculum.
With this large book list, I have been able to draw inspiration from, and continue my research to write our Read, Paint, Cook Art Adventure Curriculum for kids 3 to 13, and beyond.
Here is a sneak peak into the look of England Week 1:
I have some really delicious traditional recipes found in these adventures, and I cannot wait to share more about it. This is but a small little part of what is in store for you and your kids in our Art Curriculum, which gains inspiration from poets, artists and nature from Great Britain!
I most certainly cannot wait to release England’s Adventures, a 2 week study on April 7th and our Wind in the Willows Art & Baking Study Guide will be right behind this release, on April 14th.
Here is a sneak peek of that for you now:
Grab our 35% OFF Discount code below:
And now it’s time for me to share with you how you can receive 35% off off, our Wind in the Willows Art & Baking Study Guide, and our England Adventures…. I am offering this amazing discount for those who purchase this years Spring Mega Bundle!
Plus, that’s not all that’s inside this bundle, which you can read more about here, here and here too! But we also have an exclusive release of chapter 7 in our Italy Adventure Series, all about Florence and the Renaissance, as well as Leonardo da Vinci and more! (It’s still not released in our shop yet) It’s perfect for spring time too, with a garden feature, Iris Art Feature from Monet and van Gough, plus Gelato, Italian Butter Cookies and Cannoli and so much more!
I hope you guys enjoyed this book list today! It has been so much fun collecting over the years, and reading the stories with my kids. They are so excited for this next adventure too!
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I hope you enjoy building your masterpiece with scissors and glue, and books too!