Arguably the most valuable habit that you can acquire during your elementary school years is to become a reader of good books.
The power to read is a gift of God that will help you in many ways. Reading well will enable you to learn about God and what He requires you to do to save your soul. It will aid you to develop your mind. It will help you to increase your knowledge, and it will afford you many happy hours of enjoyment.
Trusted and used by Catholic schools in the 1930s and 1940s and by numbers of homeschoolers today, the American Cardinal Readers take our young, elementary minds and have them read and study some of the finest stories from some of the best authors in a variety of ways.
Gradually testing the reader's abilities, these books lead them through texts intentionally by questions, directions, and suggestions to help them gain more rapidly the power to understand, interpret, and remember the stories and poems that they have read.
Using a natural progression that accelerates and enhances children’s reading abilities, the American Cardinal Readers take students who have just learned to read to being able to read within a few years the very words of Charles Dickens, Robert Louis Stevenson, G. K. Chesterton, Lewis Carroll, Msgr. Robert Hugh Benson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Francis Thompson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Blake, and George MacDonald and acquaints them with a multitude of other masters of the English language.
From short stories to parables, from fables to poems, the American Cardinal Readers are a crown-jewel collection of literature in any Catholic family's library that will assist in increasing vocabulary, enhancing reading comprehension, and giving them an appreciation for great writings from great writers.
Teach your child how to read from the best writers, systematically and deliberately arranged by traditional Catholic nuns in the early 20th century, so that they can have their supple minds come to know, love, and use the English language properly in their journey to knowing, loving, and serving God in this world, so as to be happy with Him in the next.
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