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    Every single thing I thought of is already up there ^ so seconding (or ...n'ing) it.

    I like Mosdos, too. One good thing about it is that if you don't like a story or theme, at least it's short, but so far we've liked all of them.

    In addition to Mosdos we read lots of novels (BYL list for our grade, then lots of other things of her choice). On those novels I don't have her doing *any* extra study, writing, reporting, copy work or anything. Just reading and sometimes we talk about the books. I always hated having to think-to-death a book I was otherwise enjoying I figure we get the analysis / lit bits from Mosdos and fun reading from everything else, so she's never dreading reading another book.

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    I am going to have to think about this some more, I think. The main impediment with Mosdos is that it seems to focus so much on older literature. I think I am going to have to test the anchor test on him. Dr. Dolittle may be just silly enough to get him to disregard the old style language.

    if the anchor text will work, I think I can get the rest of it to work, too.


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