A Living Booklist for CC Cycle 1, Week 13
I hope you all had a wonderful break and are back and feeling new and fresh. Honestly, I can get weary in January. There must be something called a January slump and a February SLUMP. I love the feeling of new beginnings in January, but it can be paired with the heavy weight of responsibility and “going back” to school. Nonetheless, I am ever grateful for all the support I have received in the past month. Never doubt that God is with you and for you, even when the times are just hard. You are never alone!
Here is a booklist for Week 13 of Classical Conversations Cycle 1. The main theme that sticks out to me is “trading” and “bartering”. It makes me think a little bit of the game Settlers of Catan when I think about the history sentence for this week -just the trade part, if nothing else.
If you are looking for some good books to pair with the content you will be studying this week, I made a booklist for you, friends.
I hope you enjoy!
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