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The Imperfect Homeschooler's Guide to Homeschooling

The Imperfect Homeschooler's Guide to Homeschooling is packed full of Barbara Frank's advice gleaned from over 20 years of homeschooling her four children, including one who has Down syndrome. As an eBook, it won rave reviews since it was published last year. Now, Cardamom Publishers has expanded the book, doubling it in size, and bringing it out in a perfect-bound edition. Readers will learn how they can: . Get past the public school way of thinking by customizing lessons for each child. . Boost their self-confidence by learning how to measure what their children have learned. . Reduce their stress level with 115 Organizing Tips for Homeschoolers. . Free themselves of attitudes and habits that make homeschooling harder than it has to be. The Imperfect Homeschooler's Guide to Homeschooling will encourage current and prospective homeschooling parents alike.

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