About MissKathyPWP

"I teach families how to restore their God-given authority as the primary educator in their child’s life through the experience of reading together as a family. Learn how to use literature to create teachable moments, build strong minds, and bind loving hearts." Kathryn Ross, writer, speaker, and dramatist, ignites a love of literature and learning to equip young and old towards developing a Family Literacy Lifestyle—reading together, learning together, loving together. Her works challenge families to deepen their literacy skills and grow into the greater things God has purposed for them. She’s taught in Christian and homeschool circles, trained in the Principle Approach® through the Foundation for American Christian Education. Miss Kathy owns Pageant Wagon Publishing, producing homeschool enrichment materials, devotional works, study guides, and theatrical dramas for church, school, and community production. She podcasts at TheWritersReverie.com and blogs at PageantWagonPublishing.com.

Free Admission to GPCWC Keynotes

If you live within day-trip driving distance from Langhorne, Pennsylvania, you may want to save the dates July 26 through 29, and plan to attend the FREE Keynote Addresses featured at the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writer’s Conference (GPCWC). Hosted on the campus of Cairn University, the GPCWC Keynotes are highlights of four days of […]

Boys & Reading: Literary Forensic Journals

Reading opens wide the portals of time and space for young and old. Words leap from the pages, captivating readers into worlds of thought and imagination. Of ideas and inspiration. Treasure troves of purpose and potential are discovered there.

But what’s to be done for the student who shrinks from engaging their world and grow into […]

FREE Drama Script for Good Friday Worship

Good Friday Meditation for Private or Corporate Worship
The death of Jesus Christ on the cross and His subsequent resurrection from the dead is the focal point of all history. Our lives are measured by how we choose to view the sacrifice of God’s Son to redeem sinful man from eternal separation from God. This […]

The Value of a Family Literacy Lifestyle

Look what came in the mail today!!

Last spring, I was invited to submit an article to CHAP Magazine–the official quarterly magazine of the Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania. We’d taken our Pageant Wagon Publishing books and resources to the CHAP conference in May 2016, attracting the attention of an editor of the magazine. I […]

Sanditon, Teatime, and a New Semester

Welcome 2017!
Our homeschool literary adventures in fall 2016 with Jane Austen and “Another Lady” in Sanditon culminated in a glorious Christmas Tea with vintage elves, Sebastian and Desmond.

Literature Study with Jane
Haley and I spent September through November working through Jane Austen’s final novel–unfinished before her death–Sanditon. She only wrote 11 chapters, largely laying out […]

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    Freshman Literature Study Plan: Mystery, Music, and Men of Iron

Freshman Literature Study Plan: Mystery, Music, and Men of Iron

September is back-to-school month, as it has been for me from the age of five–about a half a century of my life! First, when I was in school. Then, when my children were in school. Then, throughout my classroom teaching years with other people’s children.
Now, all those back-to-school-years-of-experience keep me busy compiling a host of […]

Book Review: Triumph Over Terror

“Questions swirled in our minds: why did these terrorists do such an evil thing?  Where was God? . . . A firefighter who saves lives should not be dead, but he was—his annihilation caused by terrorists who cared nothing about the sanctity of human life . . . Firefighters, police officers, and recovery workers […]

Back To School with Grandma Moses

It’s back-to-school season, once again. Are you ready for another year of teaching and learning?
Though my childhood school days are long past, I can’t help but summon a bit of nostalgia when September rolls around. I close my eyes and scroll back the decades to those simpler, carefree, Mayberry-type days of the early 1960’s. I […]

Using “The Bard and the Bible” in School

Back in my classroom teaching days, I had the joy of introducing the world of Elizabethan England and the works of William Shakespeare to my 7th grade students.

Some of you might wonder at Shakespeare being taught on such an elementary level–especially to a middle school mind. Isn’t Shakespeare supposed to be taught to honor […]

Writers Conference Wrap-up: GPCWC 2016

I start planning for my attendance at the mid-summer Greater Philadelphia Christian Writer’s Conference in mid-April when registration opens. Being an early-bird to secure my place affords me a nice discount and stirs anticipation for how God will take me to the next level as a writer, speaker, and publisher in the coming year. 

This […]

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