E-Book Review – Homeschooling/High School

Whether you are cautiously optimistic, slightly anxious, or completely terrified,  this e-book is an excellent collection of testimonials about tackling the highschool years.   

Help, Lord, I’m Getting Ready to Start Homeschooling My High Schooler!  is an engaging collection of very candid, personal experiences from over a dozen parent teachers, some of whom had to conquer extraordinary circumstances and challenges in homeschooling through the high school years.  There are also segments written by adult homeschooled individuals, which  for me, brought even more encouragement to finish the course!  I enjoyed hearing their perspectives on the benefits of homeschooling during these challenging years. 

The book concludes with an insightful question and answer segment by Mary Tanksley, an Epilogue  which includes the graduation speech of Jonathon Wuehler entitled, “How Homeschooling Has Benefited My Life” and a wonderful collection of recommended resources for homeschooling your high schooler.

To be honest, I was a little disappointed by the request to review more of a “self-help” type book.  I really enjoy looking at curriculum and was hoping my first task would be to evaluate curriculum I had not yet looked at.  But after reading thru these great tesimonials, I took the last sip of my coffee, and felt refreshed and encourage to trudge ahead into the highschool years. 

Vendor Name:  The Old Schoolhouse

Purchase From:  www.theoldschoolhousestore.com

Product ID : ebok-TOS-LordHelpHS

Price:  $12.45

Product Type:  E-Book

Teacher Encouragement/Motivation

 

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