My younger, now ten, is in the midst of a Revolutionary War (the American kind) binge. He’s been not so patiently waiting to start his third semester of American History courses via Online G3 — the course that covers the bulk of that war and covers Joy Hakim’s History of US (second half of volume 3 – 5). His excitement started to build when his fall US History class covered the French and Indian War, and he’s spent much of the last month and a half devouring everything he can on that time period.
History has been my younger’s primary interest since he was five, when he fell in love with all things Ancient Greek and Roman. From there, he moved to the Middle Ages, Continue reading