I'm allowing myself to consider myself tagged by Becky at Farm school since I'm in the mood and it's awfully quiet around here with John still in Taiwan...
Homeschool books I actually enjoyed reading:
For the Children's Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay
Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum by Laura Berquist
Homeschooling with Gentleness by Suzie Andres
Resources I won't live without:
A CD player, or three. (I'm outright copying Becky on this one - audio materials have been a HUGE blessing around here!)
The booklist from the back of A Landscape with Dragons
Lyrical Life Science
Faith and Life Series
Resources you wish you had never bought:
Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons
Resources you enjoyed last year:
IEW's Phonetic Zoo
Linguistic Development Through Poetry Memorization (hate the name, love the program)
Resources you'll be using this year:
Math-U-See - after a 5 or 6 year hiatus (in which I still used a lot of the manipulatives and teaching ideas) we're jumping back into this for the 1st thru 5th grade bunch.
The Baltimore Catechism on audio - which my father-in-law is recording for me and which I will share on love2learn when it's ready. My kids seem to do really well with memory work on audio.
The Compendium Catechism of the Catholic Church.
Resources you'd like to buy:
Stanley Jaki books
Leonardo da Vinci's notebook
Rosetta Stone German
One resource you wish existed:
A Rosetta-stone type Latin program with ecclesiastical pronunciation and lots of cultural, historical and musical components. AND beautiful illustrations and reproductions of classical art.
Homeschool catalogs you enjoy reading:
Catholic Heritage Curricula
Michael Olaf Montessori
Sophia Institute Press
One homeschooling website you use regularly:
Various Catholic homeschool blogs - most of the sites I visit aren't strictly aimed at homeschoolers.
I'm sure I'm missing some - I may add more later. I tag 1st grade Mom, Maureen Wittmann, Mrs. Darwin, Ana and Nutmeg. If they happen to see this post. :)