Miscellaneous Homeschool Links:

Joan of Arc Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - By Mark Twain
Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc: A Guide Includes text and related writings, historical contexts, biographical background, criticisms and reviews, and a discussion list.
Discussion questions for the Joan of Arc book by Mark Twain
Children's Book lists Carol Hursts Children's literature site, reviews books.
100 picture books every child should know list
Children's book council has guidelines for picking books and at the bottom of the page how to find good books, indexes in the reference section of the library.
Children's Literature web guide has lists
Searchable by subject , recommended literature for K-12 with summaries
50 multi cultural books plus tips on finding good ones
Percussion Folktales list
Kay Vandergrift writes about children's literature and has lots and lots of lists.
Children's Literature and Math lists of books
Online Books On-line books - click on: Full Text Collections then click on: Browse Books
Links to free on-line Foreign Language courses

Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan.
some German story books
http://classics.mit.edu/Shakespeare/ - this site has the complete works of Shakespeare in a good format for printing.
Some good photos of pictures from books years ago
Games "Masterpiece" game rules PDF
"Authors" game rules PDF
Game pieces and different kinds of dice in the Learning Resources catalog for educators, to use when designing our own games. This company makes educational toys, such as a commonly seen plastic cash register and other toys and products.
Art Metropolitan Museum of Art - Art Timeline
Ruben biography
Paper Dolls 16th Century paper dolls
You can browse through here as well: http://marilee.us/paperdolls.html
Notebooking, Timelines, etc. Information on commonplace books
Book binding site with picture details. another helpful binding site
Book of Centuries
Handicrafts Free Redwork (Bluework) patterns for boys *and* girls... Christmas Designs For those new to this handicraft... A Redwork Embroidery Primer
Thornton Burgess Thornton Burgess Society, plus alist of all 411 birds they have on the site.

Here are the birds specific to The Burgess Bird Book:
I JENNY WREN ARRIVES - Introducing the House Wren.
II THE OLD ORCHARD BULLY - The English or House Sparrow
III JENNY HAS A GOOD WORD FOR SOME SPARROWS - The Song Sparrow, White-throated Sparrow, Fox Sparrows
IV CHIPPY, SWEETVOICE AND DOTTY - The Chipping Sparrow, Vesper Sparrow, Tree Sparrows (The Tree Sparrow is also in Chapter XL)
V PETER LEARNS SOMETHING HE HADN'T GUESSED - The Bluebird, Robin The Tale of Jolly Robin By Arthur Scott Bailey
VI AN OLD FRIEND IN A NEW HOME - The Phoebe, Least Flycatcher
VII THE WATCHMAN OF THE OLD ORCHARD - The Kingbird, Great Crested Flycatcher. (Photo of Great Crested Flycatcher)
VIII OLD CLOTHES AND OLD HOUSES - The Wood Peewee
IX LONGBILL AND TEETER - The Woodcock, Spotted Sandpiper
X REDWING AND YELLOW WING - The Red-winged Blackbird, Northern Flicker
XI DRUMMERS AND CARPENTERS - The Downy Woodpecker, Hairy woodpecker, Red-headed Woodpeckers Reddy Woodpecker by Arthur Scott Bailey
XII SOME UNLIKE RELATIVES - The Cowbird, Northern Oriole
XIII MORE OF THE BLACKBIRD FAMILY - The Orchard Oriole, Bobolink
XIV BOB WHITE AND CAROL THE MEADOW LARK - The Adventures of Bob White by Thornton Burgess
XV A SWALLOW AND ONE WHO ISN'T - The Tree Swallow, Chimney Swift
XVI A ROBBER IN THE OLD ORCHARD - The Purple Martin, Barn Swallow
XVII MORE ROBBERS - The Crow, Blue Jay
XVIII SOME HOMES IN THE GREEN FOREST - The Crow, Oven Bird, Red-tailed Hawk
XIX A MAKER OF THUNDER AND A FRIEND IN BLACK - The Ruffed Grouse (The Ruffed Grouse is also in Chapter XLIII), Rusty Blackbird
XX A FISHERMAN ROBBED - The Osprey, Bald-headed Eagle
XXI A FISHING PARTY - The Great Blue Heron, Kingfisher
XXII SOME FEATHERED DIGGERS - Bank Swallow, Sparrow Hawk
XXIII SOME BIG MOUTHS - The Nighthawk, Whip-poor-will, Chuck-wills-widow
XXIV THE WARBLERS ARRIVE - The Redstart, Yellow Warbler
XXV THREE COUSINS QUITE UNLIKE - The Black and White Warbler, Maryland Yellow-Throat Warbler, Yellow-breasted Chat
XXVI PETER GETS A LAME NECK - The Parula, Myrtle (now know as the Yellow Rumped Warbler), Magnolia Warbler XXVII A NEW FRIEND AND AN OLD ONE - The Cardinal, Catbird
XXVIII PETER SEES ROSEBREAST AND FINDS REDCOAT - The Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Scarlet Tanager
XXIX THE CONSTANT SINGERS - The Red-eyed Vireo, Warbling Vireo, Yellow-throated Vireos
XXX JENNY WREN'S COUSINS - The Brown Thrasher, Mockingbird
XXXI VOICE OF THE DUSK - The Wood Thrush, Hermit Thrush, Wilson's Thrushes. (Same as Tawny Thrush)
XXXII PETER SAVES A FRIEND AND LEARNS SOMETHING - The Towhee, Indigo Bunting
XXXIII A ROYAL DRESSER AND A LATE NESTER - The Purple Finch, Goldfinch
XXXIV MOURNER THE DOVE AND CUCKOO - The Mourning Dove, Yellow-billed Cuckoo
XXXV A BUTCHER AND A HUMMER - The Shrike, Ruby-throated Hummingbird
XXXVI A STRANGER AND A DANDY - The English Starling, Cedar Waxwing
XXXVII FAREWELLS AND WELCOMES - The Chickadee
XXXVIII HONKER AND DIPPY ARRIVE - The Canada Goose, Loon
XXXIX PETER DISCOVERS TWO OLD FRIENDS - The White-breasted Nuthatch, Brown Creeper
XL SOME MERRY SEED-EATERS - The Tree Sparrow (The Tree Sparrow is also in Chapter IV), Junco
XLI MORE FRIENDS COME WITH THE SNOW - The Snow Bunting, Horned Lark
XLII PETER LEARNS SOMETHING ABOUT SPOOKY - The Screech Owl
XLIII QUEER FEET AND A QUEERER BILL - The Ruffed Grouse (The Ruffed Grouse is also in Chapter XIX), Crossbills
XLIV MORE FOLKS IN RED - The Pine Grosbeak,Redpoll
XLV PETER SEES TWO TERRIBLE FEATHERED HUNTERS - The Goshawk, Great Horned Owl