One Year with Lit By the Tree! Thank you !

I can’t believe it’s been a year since we started our tiny blog. Our hope was to review wonderful books parents could  read with their kids and suggest great Catholic lessons to go along with them.  We also hoped to provide a place for parents to look for help with determining if books were healthy for their older kids.  Hopefully we are doing what we set out to do and  we are incredibly grateful for those of you who have read us and shared us and supported us!Thank You

A lot has changed in our lives over the last year and we thank you for standing by us as we worked through some kinks and built our base of reviews.  We absolutely love being able to share our thoughts with you and we are grateful that we have been given this forum.  We hope you stay with us as we continue to grow and learn.

In honor of our first year, here are our top shared reviews!  If you missed them, be sure to check them out…and maybe add them to your summer reading list!  Click on any picture for more information!

Elementary Level

Our top read review for Elementary students was A Most Enduring Home: A Review of ‘The Little House’.

Our second most read review in this reading level was A Childhood Lesson: A Review of ‘Little Mouse Gets Ready’.

Our third most read review is one of my favorites! Read A Friend of the Heart: A Review of ‘Finding Winnie, the True Story of World’s Most Famous Bear’.

Middle School

Our top read Middle School reviews are as follows:

Facing Fears and Gaining Courage: A Review of ‘Elijah of Buxton’.

The Burden of Affliction: A Review of ‘A Monster Calls’.

This One’s For the Boys: A Review of ‘Guys Read: True Stories’

High School

One of our top shared/most read  reviews of every category is Switching Sides: A Review of ‘Unplanned’.

Do We Live Here?: A Review of ‘Fahrenheit 451’ is one of our favorite books of all time and our second most read High School level review.

And the beginning of a eloquently written trilogy is our third most read review at this level.  Read Reclaiming the Beauty of Fantasy: A Review of ‘The Land’s Whisper’.

Be sure to keep following us for more great reviews!

 

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