I have the books I need gathered for our first 3 weeks of Tapestry of Grace. They're currently in two stacks on my dining room table, and that's not going to work. I need to find somewhere accessible, but safe, to store them. This is a mix of personally owned books, and library books. It will also be an ever-changing collection as we progress through ancient history with Tapestry of Grace.
Should I empty out a milk crate which already resides in the living room beside my couch (full of other homeschool books) to store them?
Should I clear a space on a bookshelf?
How do others store their books for literature-based studies?
And while we're asking questions, where did my digital camera go? It' s not in my living room. It's not in the basement where Steve and the kids were taking pictures of their woodworking 4H projects. Could it be in the garage from their final day of painting and varnishing it? I wanted to take a picture of the books we'll be reading, starting Monday. But I can't.
But back to the real question ... if you use a literature-based history curriculum, or literature-based unit studies, how do you organize your books?
Looking for solutions (and my camera),