Our newest series is tentatively called Anatomy Disguised as Fun. This is in addition to our two other new series that came out 2022 and 2023: Literature Disguised as Fun and the Draw the Natural Wonders books which are technically in our Geography Disguised as Fun series or what we often call our Draw the World books.
All this has prompted a logo tagline change (probably should have done this long ago) from “Art History Disguised as Fun” to “Homeschool Curriculum Disguised as Fun.”
The first books Kristin published were all about Art History, most of them specifically about American Art History.
The geography series was an afterthought, just something she wanted to do because she couldn’t find anything like it for our son. Those books have become our bestsellers. Life is like that.
The Literature series grew out of my love of literature and classes I taught to homeschoolers many years ago.
The Anatomy Disguised as Fun series is because some newsletter subscribers and website visitors asked for it when we were asking for ideas. I asked some others about it and they also liked the idea.
So…here we are.
Currently, I’m researching the organs your students will be drawing along with creating cartoons with talk bubbles to spice things up a bit. I have rough drafts of:
- The Skin
- Organs (general overview)
- The Brain
- The Heart
- The Lungs
- The Liver
- just starting the Gallbladder and Pancreas
Your students will be drawing all this with easy step-by-step instructions, labeling the parts and learning about how these organs function in the body. It’s all starting to remind me of my biology minor from way, way, way back in the day (you can decide how many years three “ways” indicate).
Still to come:
- The Stomach
- The Kidneys
- The Intestines (large and small)
- Male and Female Reproductive Organs
- The Eye
- The Ear