Y is for YWAM Biographies

Y is for YWAM Biographies

We were first introduced to YWAM biographies in 2013. It was my first year on the Homeschool Review Crew and I read through Jim Elliot with my children. My boys liked how well the biography was written and also liked the unit study that you can use with the biography. Over the last several years, we have read through several books and learned more about the lives of Milton Hershey and Louis Zamperini.

I’ve used these books as a read aloud in the past, but this year, I was chosen to review Laura Ingalls Wilder. I am having my daughter read the book since she has just finished reading Little House in the Big Woods. I thought it would be interesting for her to learn more about the author of the Little House books. She is enjoying the book. I do ask her the unit study questions orally after she reads each chapter. The review is due at the end of the month and I am planning on making a recipe next week from Laura Ingalls time (there are a few listed in the unit study, but we also have Little House cookbook).

I know there are people on Facebook that are always asking “what good Christian biographies can my kids read?” The answer is YWAM biographies! They are great and give a lot of information in their books.

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