I have been working on this for a long time, and I’m pleased to now offer you my high school literature lists!
I’ve put a lot of work into them, so I’ve gone back and forth between whether they would be a free resource or something I charge for. So grab them now, because this is currently a FREE Lutheran resource!
Essentially this is a tool to help you see, at a glance, stellar options for Lutheran high schoolers. Whether you want to pair some reading with whatever you’re studying in history—even if you want to assign something between periods you’re focusing on, I’ve got a timeline by setting to help you do that.
The second part of the document is a list of pieces by genres. Sure, I’ve got some things you’d expect, like Corrie Ten Boom’s The Hiding Place, but maybe you’ve forgotten some of the great Action/Adventure pieces that first got you to love to read: Treasure Island, Frankenstein, or King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table!
I’ve tried to include various levels of reading (although they are not labeled as such), so this is also suitable for middle schoolers.
Give it a whirl and let me know what you think. After all, A) I can always update it, and B) we should try to start using the review feature on the website. After all, that can only help LutheranHomeschool.com and our aim of serving Lutheran homeschoolers!
Thanks! And stay safe!