Reading and Literature

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This website page has been created for homeschoolers as an easy way to locate items for subject based inquiries of interest to home educators. The first link(s) of each category will send you to the Weatherford Public Library catalog and pull up a list of items related to that particular subject area. The remaining links are website pages of free and low-cost resources online to assist in your child’s education.

Click on a button to see items available for check out at Weatherford Public Library.
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Most of the literature selections provided in the above links are from prominent homeschool curricula book lists in an attempt to provide suggestions in accordance with homeschool expectations. Please feel free to ask a librarian for assistance finding additional recommendations.


  1. Literature Guides
  2. Free E-books
  3. Reading Comprehension
  4. Reading List

Literature Guides 

Classical House of Learning
Free history-based unit studies are offered at this website for grammar and logic stages using classic children’s books.

Lit Charts
Free downloadable literature guides of classic titles are comprised for middle and high school levels.
Online literature summaries, guides and book notes for teens, college students, teachers and homeschoolers are collected here. This is the link to the free page, but additional titles are available for purchase.

Choose summaries, essay topics, study questions, historical and cultural context, and character development on various works of literature. Be sure to check out the best feature…the multiple quizzes your student can take to determine understanding of each literature selection. There are also full texts here of classic books, translations, and access to additional subjects, providing information on any topic. This is a wonderful free resource for your homeschool!


 The Weatherford Public Library is providing this resource to assist local homeschoolers. A great amount of the information is useful for all educators and parents. It is not an endorsement of any product or business mentioned or a promotion of homeschooling as a preference over other choices in education.