Books

Books from Cheryl Swope

Simply Classical: A Beautiful Education for Any Child
Cheryl Swope

This revolutionary book guides parents and teachers in implementing the beauty of a classical education with special-needs and struggling students.

Eternal Treasures: Teaching Your Child at Home
Cheryl Swope

This comprehensive handbook assists parents, pastors, congregations, and day schools in encouraging and equipping families who seek to bring strong academics and Christian catechesis to their children through Lutheran home education.

Through Time’s Looking Glass: A Book of Poetry
Michelle Lynn Swope

Ponder insights borne of suffering, and find mercy for your days. As a young woman with autism, language disorders, learning disabilities, and schizophrenia, Michelle finds solace in words.

Curriculum Resource Guide for Classical Lutheran Education
Cheryl Swope

Equip your school and home with a list of resources for instruction in the Christian faith, strong academics, and a rich, liberal arts education for your students.

A Handbook for Classical Lutheran Education: The Best of The Consortium for Classical and Lutheran Education’s Journals
Cheryl Swope

What is Lutheran education? What is classical Lutheran education? Are these terms the same? Explore answers to these questions in A Handbook on Classical Lutheran Education, a unique resource from the Consortium for Classical and Lutheran Education.

Recommended Reading

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The Abolition of Man
C.S. Lewis, Harper Collins, 2001
Classical Education
Dr. Gene Edward Veith and Andrew Kern, Capital Research Center, 2015
Climbing Parnassus: A New Apologia for Greek and Latin
Tracy Lee Simmons, ISI Books, 2002
C.S. Lewis: An Apologist for Education
Louis Markos, Classical Academic Press, 2015
The Devil Knows Latin: Why America Needs the Classical Tradition
E. Christian Kopff, ISI Books, 2000
The End of Education
Neil Postman, Vintage, 1996
The Great Tradition: classic readings on what it means to be an educated human being
ed. Richard M. Gamble, ISI Books, 2009
Increasing Academic Achievement with the Trivium of Classical Education
Dr. Randall Hart, iUniverse, 2006
Johann Sturm on Education: The Reformation and Humanist Learning
Lewis W. Spitz and Barbara S. Tinsley, Concordia Publishing House, 1995
The Liberal Arts Tradition: A Philosophy of Classical Christian Education
Jain and Clark, Classical Academic Press, 2013
Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future
Thomas Korcok, Concordia Publishing House, 2011
Norms and Nobility: A Treatise on Education
David Hicks, University Press, 1999
On Christian Doctrine
Augustine
Phonics from A to Z: A Practical Guide
Wiley Blevins, 2nd edition
The Republic
Books VI and VII, Plato
The Schools We Need and Why We Don’t Have Them
E. D. Hirsch
Well-Trained Mind
Wise and Bauer, W.W. Norton, 4th edition, 2016
Who Killed Homer: The Demise of Classical Education and the Recovery of Greek Wisdom
Victor Davis Hanson and John Heath, Encounter Books, 2001
Wisdom and Eloquence: A Christian Paradigm for Classical Learning
Robert Littlejohn and Charles T. Evans, Crossway Books, 200601
47 Strings. Tessa’s Special Code
Becky Carey

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