Sonlight Level A for Ages 5-7

The following books are included in the Sonlight homeschool curriculum for children ages 5-7. These books can be purchased as a package from Sonlight or directly from Amazon or another retailer. If you decide not to purchase the books from Sonlight and you want to use them for homeschool I recommend purchasing the Level A Instructor's Guide from Sonlight.

EgermeierBible:
Egermeier's Bible Story Book
by Elsie E. Egermeier

Wild PlacesHistory & Geography:
Wild Places
by Angela Wilkes

Living Long AgoHistory & Geography:
Living Long Ago
by Felicity Brooks
Also: Moving Beyond the Page Age 5-7 Literature Package

Usborne Internet-Linked ChildrenHistory & Geography:
Usborne Internet-Linked Children's Encyclopedia
by Felicity Brooks
Also: What We Read: North Africa (Egypt and Morocco)

Adventures in Ancient GreeceHistory & Geography:
Adventures in Ancient Greece
by Linda Bailey

Out of Darkness: The Story of Louis BrailleHistory & Geography:
Out of Darkness: The Story of Louis Braille
by Russell Freedman

The Good News Must Go Out: True Stories of God at work in the Central African RepublicHistory & Geography:
The Good News Must Go Out: True Stories of God at work in the Central African Republic
by Rebecca Davis

Return of the White Book: True Stories of God at Work in Southeast Asia History & Geography:
Return of the White Book: True Stories of God at Work in Southeast Asia
by Rebecca Davis

The Story of Dr. DolittleRead Aloud:
The Story of Dr. Dolittle
by Hugh Lofting
Also: Mater Amabilis Level 1B Book List for Ages 6-7

The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother GooseRead Aloud:
The Arnold Lobel Book of Mother Goose
by Arnold Lobel

The Llama Who Had No PajamaRead Aloud:
The Llama Who Had No Pajama
by Mary Ann Hoberman
Also: Top 10 Poetry Collections for Children

Richard ScarryRead Aloud:
Richard Scarry's Please and Thank You Book
by Richard Scarry

My FatherRead Aloud:
My Father's Dragon
by Ruth Stiles Gannett
Also: Mater Amabilis Kindergarten Book List for Ages 5-6
Also: Reading Roadmaps 2nd Grade
Also: TIME: The 100 Best Children's Books of All Time
Also: Veritas Press 2nd Grade Literature

Dolphin AdventureRead Aloud:
Dolphin Adventure
by Wayne Grover

The Light at Tern RockRead Aloud:
The Light at Tern Rock
by Julia L. Sauer
Also: Top 20 Christmas Chapter Books

A Grain of RiceRead Aloud:
A Grain of Rice
by Helena Clare Pittman

The Hundred DressesRead Aloud:
The Hundred Dresses
by Eleanor Estes
Also: Mensa for Kids Excellence in Reading Grades K-3
Also: Reading Roadmaps 2nd Grade
Also: Reading Roadmaps 3rd Grade
Also: Veritas Press 2nd Grade Literature

Twenty and TenRead Aloud:
Twenty and Ten
by Claire Huchet Bishop

The Boxcar ChildrenRead Aloud:
The Boxcar Children
by Gertrude Chandler Warner
Also: Amazon's 100 Children's Books to Read in a Lifetime
Also: Reading Roadmaps 3rd Grade
Also: Veritas Press 2nd Grade Literature

The Family Under the BridgeRead Aloud:
The Family Under the Bridge
by Natalie Savage Carlson
Also: Moving Beyond the Page Age 7-9
Also: Top 20 Christmas Chapter Books

Dolphin TreasureRead Aloud:
Dolphin Treasure
by Wayne Grover

Mary on HorsebackRead Aloud:
Mary on Horseback
by Rosemary Wells

Johnny Appleseed: The Story of a LegendRead Aloud:
Johnny Appleseed: The Story of a Legend
by Will Moses

HereRead Aloud:
Here's a Penny
by Carolyn Haywood

No Children, No PetsRead Aloud:
No Children, No Pets
by Marion Holland

In GrandmaRead Aloud:
In Grandma's Attic
by Arleta Richardson

James HerriotRead Aloud:
James Herriot's Treasury for Children
by James Herriot
Also: Mater Amabilis Level 1B Book List for Ages 6-7
Also: Mater Amabilis Pre-K Book List for Ages 4-5
Also: Memoria Press 3rd Grade Read-Aloud Program

Least of AllRead Aloud:
Least of All
by Carol Purdy

Adventures with WafflesRead Aloud:
Adventures with Waffles
by Maria Parr

The Apple and the ArrowRead Aloud:
The Apple and the Arrow
by Conrad Buff

CapyboppyRead Aloud:
Capyboppy
by Bill Peet

2 comments on “Sonlight Level A for Ages 5-7

  1. Thanks for posting. Can’t wait to start Core A!

    • Fun! We’re going to go through most of Core A with my son as well soon. We’ve read Here’s a Penny already and he loved it so much we read the sequel as well – Penny and Peter. Enjoy!

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