In addition to earning high school history credit by using Exploring World History, students can earn English credit by reading the assigned literature and completing writing assignments. Twelve works of world literature are assigned in the course. You may be able to get the books from your local library, or you can purchase them individually from us or from another supplier.
-The Cat of Bubastes (G.A. Henty)
-The Art of War (Sun Tzu)
-Julius Caesar (William Shakespeare)
-The Imitation of Christ (Thomas à Kempis)
-Here I Stand (Roland Bainton)
-A Tale of Two Cities (Charles Dickens)
-North and South (Elizabeth Gaskell)
-The Hiding Place (Corrie Ten Boom)
-Bridge to the Sun (Gwen Terasaki)
-Cry, the Beloved Country (Alan Paton)
-Animal Farm (George Orwell)
-The Abolition of Man (C.S. Lewis)
See the Notes About the Literature in the Guide for Parents and Answer Key.