Books for the Journey: Testimonials

This is a book full of books — the only guide to reading you will ever need.

—Billy Collins
U.S. Poet Laureate 2001-2003

Like a dictionary or a good cook book, Books for the Journey deserves a place on every bookshelf. As a teacher and a parent, I now have a reliable reference when I am searching for the perfect book to enhance curricula, to motivate reluctant readers, to stretch student’s reading choices, to inspire my own adolescent, and during those wonderful, lazy days of summer, to indulge myself.

—Deborah Szabo
English Teacher and Parent
Newburyport, MA

It provides students and adults with a quick reference tool that supports state literature standards, identifies key themes, and indexes timeless literature by country, genre, and date of publication. This user-friendly compendium of quality reading fills a void as a stimulating source of information for young adult and adult readers.

—Lynne Laffie
English Language Arts Supervisor
Haverhill School District, MA

Congratulations! Books for the Journey is a real achievement! You and your colleagues deserve a real debt of thanks.

—Henry Barnes
Teacher and Author
“A Life for the Spirit – Rudolf Steiner in the Crosscurrents of Our Time”

A great resource for students, parents, librarians, and teachers. It offers a feast of choices.

—Betty Staley
Teacher and Author
“Between Form and Freedom: A Practical Guide to the Teenage Years”

An information-filled resource for high school students and adults . . . It has great appeal to students who choose their own reading material, whether they be home schooled, unschooled, attending a Waldorf school, a Sudbury school, or public school.

—Barbara Dewey
Home School Curriculum Consultant
Waldorf Without Walls

So many titles — what a gift for us all! It is truly a reading list for life, regardless if one is a student or just a lover of books.

—Antje Ghaznavi
Humanities Teacher
Toronto, Canada

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