Homeschooling Teens – Published!

Does the idea of homeschooling a teenager make you pause? 
Do you fear they’ll miss the various activities associated with adolescence?
Maybe you’re afraid you’ll close doors for them or they won’t be well-prepared for adulthood?
Are you afraid you’re going to mess things up or “make them weird?”

Breathe!

I’m so excited to finally bring you my complilation of data and stories about what ithese 75 young people say about their lives as homeschooled teenagers. You’ll be surprised at how they made friends, got along with family, and explored unique learning environments. They’re eager to share the benefits and advantages they experienced through homeschooling. Their lives were (and are!) full, rich, and happy.
Bring your doubts – reassurance is on its way! 

Read the endorsements from homeschooling/unschooling advocates: Pam Sorooshian, Wendy Presnietz, Pat Farenga, Marty Layne, Mary Griffith, Pam Laricchia, Wes Beach, Peter Gray.

Or check out the reviews at Lisa Nalbone‘s Joyful Learning blog  and Pam Laricchia’s Living Joyfully website.

Next week, the UK unschoolers are hosting a book club/review all week long on their facebook page. You’re more than welcome to join us over there. 

Since I self-published, CreateSpace hosts a little bookstore for authors. This is where I make the most money from the book (full transparency and all 🙂 ) Here’s the link
But Amazon has it there too, so you can see some sample pages (a lot really), but for those with Amazon Prime, you can get the free shipping. That helps, I know.
For me, the benefit of you buying from Amazon is they’ll let you do a review! And I would be forever grateful if you like the book and took a minute or two to review it there!!

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