Homeschooling for Success

This practical, hands-on guide from the No. 1 homeschooling Web site gives readers everything they need to create a customized education plan that works with children’s unique intelligence and learning style. Veteran homeschoolers and interested newcomers alike can benefit. (July)

Love in a Time of Homeschooling

In a world where homeschooling’ is so often misunderstood, discounted, and even ridiculed, Laura Brodie offers a clear-eyed view and makes a valuable contribution to the literature on the subject. This is necessary reading for anyone with an interest not just in homeschooling but in education generally. David Guterson As a parent involved in homeschooling, […]

Companion Classroom Activities for Stop Faking It! Force and Motion

Never has it been so easy for educators to learn to teach physical science with confidence. Award-winning author Bill Robertson launched his bestselling Stop Faking It! series in 2002 with Force and Motion—offering elementary and middle school teachers a jargon-free way to learn the background for teaching physical science with confidence. Combining easy-to-understand—if irreverent—explanations and […]

A Daughter for Christmas

Dr. Max Connors had no idea he’d fathered a child thirteen years ago. Or that his baby girl had been given up for adoption. He locates his daughter in a small Oklahoma town and moves there, hoping to become a part of her life. But when he meets her widowed mother, Max is unsure how […]

The Second Life of Abigail Walker

Is it possible to start afresh when you’re thoroughly weighted down? A timeless and entirely of-the-moment ( Publishers Weekly ) novel from the author of The Secret Language of Girls . Seventeen pounds. That’s the difference between Abigail Walker and Kristen Gorzca. Between chubby and slim, between teased and taunting. Abby is fine with her […]