Obviously, from my thread yesterday, I'm feeling some unrest with my language arts plans. I realy want everything all in one nice neat package. Needing secular I don't see that happening with anything written to homeschoolers. There is no secular version or comparison to LLATL. Well I woke up thinking, "You know you plan on using Treasures workbooks for reading comp and vocab and spelling. Why not use the reading books as well? Then drop the Scott Foresman grammar and writing handbook and use the Treasures Grammar workbook". I can use all of these things free online... yes even the Treasures reading books can be found online. I have been looking at the books a bit. They are very nicely varigated in it's content, which I like for exposure. They have nice Time articles in them. If we go this route I will try to buy the books for the kids, but I want to see how it fits first because even on ebay they are not cheap. I would also require "real books" being read every day but they could be of their own choices. Anyone use something similar to this for their language arts program?