Everyone is talking about Suzie Andres’ book, A Little Way of Homeschooling or THE BOOK (as it is affectionately known in unschooling circles).
So many people have read Suzie’s book and are raving about it. Glowing reviews are popping up all over the Internet. It seems everyone has something to say about A Little Way of Homeschooling. Of course I have written my own review too: Unschooling: the Little Way. (This is the most popular of all my posts!)
And those who haven’t yet read THE BOOK are impatiently trying to get hold of a copy, having heard so many positive things about it. My own copies of Suzie’s books are in constant circulation between my friends.
Suzie emailed me today with three exciting bits of A Little Way of Homeschooling news.
First, Lisa Hendey at Catholic Mom has interviewed Suzie about her latest book.
Second, the number of 5 star reviews of THE BOOK at Amazon are increasing daily. Perhaps you could add a review of your own.
Here’s my Amazon review:
I have been homeschooling my children for nearly 20 years and I thought I no longer needed to read homeschooling books. That was before I saw Suzie Andres’ books! Suzie’s books have given me the confidence to continue doing what is best for our family: my children are learning the gentle way, the little way, the Catholic unschooling way. You will discover that Catholic unschooling is not a one-size-fits-all way of homeschooling, but a way of learning that is flexible and individual to each family. I thoroughly enjoyed finding out what Catholic unschooling looks like in the thirteen contributing families of “A Little Way of Homeschooling”. If you like the educational principles of unschooling but wonder how they can work within the framework of the Catholic Faith, or if you feel burdened by the task of teaching your own children and are looking for a more gentle little way, please read this book. You will find real treasure within its pages!
Thirdly, Judy at Benmakesten has three copies of A Little way of Homeschooling to give away. Please visit her blog for details.
So lots to do! Read the interview, write a review and enter the competition. I hope you win!