interview with the Charlotte Mason Soirée. His discovery of Charlotte Mason led to a dangerous adventure. Art has written several essays about Charlotte Mason’s theology and philosophy which have been published in the two volumes of Essays on the Life and Work of Charlotte Mason, published by Riverbend Press. Art walks in Mason’s theological tradition as a member of an Anglican church near Detroit, Michigan. Art can be reached by email. Emily Kiser lives with her husband and three young children in the southwestern Virginia mountains. For the past eleven years she has operated a private lending library for local families full of living books. In that capacity she became acquainted with the teaching methods of Charlotte Mason and has devoted herself to learning as much as possible about the philosophy and practice of that great educational pioneer. It has been her great delight to help families implement the Charlotte Mason model of education locally through the Living Books Library, regionally by teaching seminars, and beyond with her Picture Study Portfolios and A Delectable Education Podcast. A perpetual student herself, Emily can imagine no greater joy than to share in the educational journey of her own children as they enjoy the feast of ideas and build relationships in as many directions as possible under the ultimate guidance of the Holy Spirit–the Supreme Educator of Mankind. LivingBooksLibrary.com. SabbathMoodHomeschool.com. Richele Baburina was a venturer of faith and ardent student of Charlotte Mason’s applied philosophy of education, implementing Picture Talks as part of a museum docent program. As a humanities major, she found Mason’s statements regarding the “beauty and truth” of mathematics particularly intriguing and later, as a mother, wanted to experience that “delightful consciousness of drawing out…new power” in her own children. She is passionate about sharing how simple methods rest on profound, fundamental principles throughout Mason’s philosophy of education. She is the author of Mathematics, An Instrument for Living Teaching, the DVD-set Charlotte Mason Math: A Guided Journey, and the new Charlotte Mason’s Arithmetic Series: Book I. Her family harvests laughter and love in a tiny cabin in western Massachusetts.