Guerber History Package
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- Story of the Ancient World
- Story of the Greeks
- Story of the Romans
- Story of the Middle Ages
- Story of the Renaissance and Reformation
- Story of the Thirteen Colonies
- Story of the Great Republic
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Guerber's Histories Awarded Readers Choice Awards 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021
Nothing New Press is honored that the Guerber History Series has been chosen by the readers of Practical Homeschooling Magazine, as one of the top history curricula for both 2016 through 2021. Thank you, Practical Homeschooling Readers!
Guerber's Histories a 102 Top Pick!
The Guerber history series edited by Christine Miller and reprinted by Nothing New Press has been chosen by Cathy Duffy as a 102 Top Pick Homeschool Curriculum (Guerber's Histories were previously a 100 and 101 Top Pick Homeschool Curriculum). Cathy's new book makes planning and choosing curriculum simpler than ever! Use Cathy's charts to figure out your philosophy of education and your children's learning styles - the charts show how each of the Top Picks match up with different learning styles, approaches to education (e.g., classical education, unit studies, etc.), as well as practical issues such as prep time, ease of use, and suitability for independent study. Cathy says of the Guerber series: "Guerber writes with a lively style that reminds me of Joy Hakim (author of The Story of the U.S. from Oxford University Press). Christine Miller has retained that same engaging style in her adaptations and additions. ... Of particular note is the religious perspective. This series is Christian, and it does a surprisingly good job of fairly presenting both Protestant and Catholic positions. Even in the Renaissance and Reformation volume, we read about the good and bad from both sides."