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Detailing what we've used:
Ch. 27 The Protestant Reformation: Desiderius Erasmus 1466-1536, Martin Luther 1483-1546, Johann Tetzel 1464-1519, Diet of Worms 1521, Emperor Charles V 1500-1558, Katharina von Bora 1499-1552
Chapters: 13 Leo X, 14 Erasmus, 17 Luther, 18, Charles V
(Medieval Christian Writers: Martin Luther: The Babylonian Captivity of the Church (1520), The Small Catechism (1529) ~ Cowan & Guinness
The Issues to Explore sections in this book generate some interesting discussions!
Luther in His Own Words ~ Martin Luther (audio) (selections. Car Time Audio)
Luther: Biography of a Reformer ~ Nohl (Sonlight 6/G title)
Luther (MGM Dvd)
(the children said they were pleased that they had background information on Luther and the events in his life before watching this Dvd as it made the movie easier to follow. The film is rated as PG13 - and, in my opinion, is definitely not for sensitive, or young children.
Daisy thought it was a shame the actor never 'aged' throughout the movie and was such a skinny Luther ☺)
Martin Luther: A Man Who Changed the World ~ Maier and illust Copeland (Pict bk)
Lovely pictures in this book .. Daisy and I really like picture books so I include them in our book baskets all the time. The interesting thing is that visitors also enjoy browsing through any picture books we may have out ☺
We also have this book - Reformation Heroes ~ Kleyn - in our book basket, but have so many other resources to use that the children often do no more than have a quick glance through it. I've enjoyed reading through the easy reading excerpts on each reformer myself .