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Posted October 25, 2001
I've read Levison's books and Penny Gardner's books on Charlotte Mason, which gave me a skeletal view. A Charlotte Mason Companion defintely provides the most depth. The author delves into the subjects, illustrates her points with examples, and fleshes out the meaning. Especially helpful were her chapters on forming good habits, developing virtue, etc. I had read some summaries of Charlotte Mason's views on discipline, but just couldn't understand how to make it work until I read the author's examples. The author's quaint language and excessively prim attitude may bother some. And she does not touch on the subject of math. However, if you're looking for a thorough reference on Charlotte Mason, I believe this is the one.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.