Adventure by Chicken Bus

A book review of Adventure by Chicken Bus: An Unschooling Odyssey Through Central America by Janet LoSole Stars: **** Resource Publications (2019)Memoir226 pages Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links. Summary: Embarking on a homeschooling field trip to Central America is stressful enough,… Read More »

The Lost Da Vincis by Don and Aneladee Milne

Stars: ***1/2 I recieved this book for review from the author. Summary: In The Lost Da Vincis, four resourceful home school siblings discover their parents and youngest brother have disappeared. Was it caused by their scientist father’s new invention going terribly wrong? Will the children be able to find their parents before it’s too late?… Read More »

The Complete Home Learning Source Book by Rebecca Rupp

Stars: *** 1/2 Subtitle: The Essential Resource Guide for Homeschoolers, Parents, and Educators Covering Every Subject From Arithmetic to Zoology. As this is a resource guide, I didn’t read it cover to cover and so also won’t be adding it to my Books Read in September list either. The book was written in 1998 and… Read More »

Homeschooling for Excellence by David and Micki Colfax

Stars: *** 1/2 The full title is Homeschooling for Excellence: How to Take Charge of Your Child’s Education – And Why You Absolutely Must. This book was counted towards the Casual Reading Challenge and 888 Challenge. So far I’ve read two kinds of Homeschooling books: story collections and instructional manuals. This book is a mixture… Read More »

The Unschooling Handbook by Mary Griffith

Stars: ***** Subtitle: How to Use the Whole World As Your Child’s Classroom This book was counted towards the 888 challenge. Unschooling is a type of homeschooling that is child-led. You can learn more here. Although I had already decided I was going to go in the middle ground with my kids, (not unschooling but… Read More »

Home-spun Schools by Raymond & Dorothy Moore

Stars: *** The full title is Home-spun Schools: Teaching Children at Home – What Parents Are Doing and How They Are Doing It. I read this book for the Casual Reading Challenge and 888 Challenge plus I got it through BookMooch. This book is similar to Real-Life Homeschooling in that it’s stories of families through… Read More »

Homeschooling: The Early Years by Linda Dobson

Stars: ***1/2 I was excited to read this book which is for homeschooling ages 3-8 because of course I’ve started basic homeschooling with my 21 month old and wanted to be ready for more instruction when my child gets older. However I must say this book didn’t live up to my expectations. The best part… Read More »