We hope everyone is enjoying a restful and relaxing summer! As the summer continues, we are keeping up with our "What we're reading..." series to share news and articles that we’ve found interesting or insightful over the summer months!
What are you reading this summer? If you need some inspiration, check out our weekly “What We’re Reading Wednesday” videos as our faculty and staff share some of their recommendations for parents and students.
Interested in joining fellow parents and teachers for some summer reading?
This summer, ILS is hosting a Summer Book Club! Parents and friends of ILS are invited to join us each month as we read and gather to discuss a short selection. Please use the form below to let us know if you will be able to attend one or more of these discussions!
Join us on Thursdays at 7 pm. Reading selections and options to order, included via the links below.
July 11: Revelation by Flannery O'Conner
August 8: Leaf by Niggle by J. R. R. Tolkien (copies available in the ILS office)
The Power of ‘Just a Note’ - Jeff Minick, Intellectual Takeout
The birth of the book: on Christians, Romans and the codex - Benjamin Harnett, Aeon
All 1,119 Pages of Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Codex Atlanticus” Now Available Online - Emma Taggart, My Modern Met
If a Tree Falls in the Forrest - Hannah Hubin, The Rabbit Room
Why would anyone want to spend time factorising trinomials? - Greg Ashman, Filling the Pail
Five Step Summer Plan for Music Teachers and Directors- Mrs. Marie Greenway, Prelude to Postlude (CPH Music Blog)
Presenting the Augsburg Confession - Gene Veith, Patheos
The Secret Power of the Children’s Picture Book - Meghan Cox Gurdon, The Wall Street Journal