Sunday, March 28, 2010

Lingua Angelica Giveaway - 3/28/2010

In the past I have been blessed by the wonderful ministry of The Book Samaritan and one of the books which I have received is the student workbook for Lingua Angelica I by Memoria Press.

This is a Christian Latin reading course designed to go along with Latina Christiana.  I have not used this student book nor the accompanying curriculum but it looks very good. SO I am hoping to bless another family by my giveaway. Now I have never done a giveaway on my blog before but it seems appropriate to require a comment as an entry. In your comment please tell me why you love teaching Latin to your kiddos and follow my blog, you can earn an additional entry for spreading the word on FB, and 1 (for a total of 3) for blogging about my giveaway with a link to my blog.
 I will use a random generator to choose the winner on Friday April 2. I will announce the winner's on Saturday April 3 I have decided to extend it. Entries will be accepted thru April 8th midnight with drawing held on April 9th.. Good Luck!


Isabel said...

We'll be doing ECC next year also. We're doing Adventures and MFW Kinder this year and love it. I'm a Charlotte Mason fan too. I hope you enjoy MFW as much as we have. :)

Jenni / Jennifer Saake a.k.a. InfertilityMom said...

Great to meet you through your introduction on the MFW yahoo group. I'm also a mom of three and I'm the one in the family with significant health challenges and exhaustingly frequent doctor's visits. We've been using MFW with our oldest since preschool and are doing Rome to Reformation with him this year (and first with our daughter and preschool with our youngest). It's a lot to juggle and we don't always keep up with the weeks like we would like (we are only in week 18 of R2R right now), but I love that homeschooling allows us to work around all the medical stuff and still move forward loving learning.

We have used English from the Roots Up (suggested for Creation to the Greeks and Rome to Reformation) these past two years and my son has loved learning Greek and Latin roots, discovering how much of our English language is built on the classics. We actually just purchased Latina Christiana to continue enjoying Latin once we finish Roots so would love to win this companion book. Thanks for sharing! :)

jsaake AT yahoo DOT com

Jenni / Jennifer Saake a.k.a. InfertilityMom said...

You mentioned telling about your give-away on facebook. Do you have a facebook account? I would love to connect with you there. My page is

Mrs. Mandy said...

As a matter of fact I do have an account with FB.


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