“An excellent resource for families considering homeschooling, as well as for homeschooling families ready to change things up! I wish this book had been available when I first started homeschooling. Full of wisdom and humor – highly recommended!”
-Jen Duncan, Helping Hand Homeschool, homeschooling 13 years
I’m so excited to let you know that I’ve been working on a book that is NOW AVAILABLE!
It’s Homeschooling, Not Solitary Confinement: Busting the Myths, Misconceptions, and Misinformation About Homeschooling
The It’s Homeschooling, Not Solitary Confinement: Busting the Myths, Misconceptions, and Misinformation About Homeschooling book busts down the myths, misconceptions, and misinformation about homeschooling and gives you the real (and sometimes surprising) scoop and facts. We have the information, support and retorts to set the record straight for all those homeschool questions and comments floating around out there.
Do homeschoolers get socialization? Is homeschooling illegal? Can homeschool kids go to prom or college? Do homeschool parents need to have a teaching certification? Are homeschoolers freaks? We’re covering it all!
ALSO INCLUDED: Exercises and tips to get you thinking and help you plan and organize different aspects of homeschooling.
Want to read the electronic version, but don’t have a Kindle? No worries! You can still save on the e-version, but read it on your computer and other devices. Learn how to here!
Would you rather have a print copy instead? BUY IT HERE
Don’t miss out on the “It’s Homeschooling!” Companion Journal that goes with this book and corresponds to the exercises found in the book. The journal is perfect for new homeschoolers or those who are rebooting their homeschooling!
“Wish I had this book 9 years ago when we started out on this journey – so much wisdom.”
-Robin Blackburn, 8 years homeschooling two
“This was so helpful to me as someone just beginning our family’s homeschooling journey! I loved the ‘homework.’ It really helped answer a lot of questions I had been musing over, and it inspired me to revisit topics I thought we’d settled. I can’t wait for my husband to read it!”
-Mary S., beginning homeschooler
“This book cleared up a lot of misconceptions and I can’t wait to get it for my in-laws.”
-Misty Fleener, homeschooling 1 year
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