The Unhurried Homeschooler — review

The Unhurried Homeschooler — review

The Unhurried Homeschooler — review

                                                                                Photo Credit: Rebekah McBride

“I see so many homeschooling parents stressing about the right curriculum, “getting behind,” or feeling inadequate….”
If I wrote a mini-book on homeschooling, it would sound pretty much like this…Durenda and I must be kindred spirits!

And I love the subtitle: “a simple, mercifully short book on homeschooling.” Haha! (I actually read it in the time it took my banana bread to bake.)

From reminding ourselves why we homeschool, to learning to trust our instincts, to her transparency in sharing what her own homeschooling has looked like, to her admonition to “keep the big picture in mind, because when everything is said and done, what matters is that we raise people who love the Lord and are givers, not takers. We want them to find their passions and fulfill the purposes for which they were made,” this book is a must-read!

And it’s under $6 at Amazon (affiliate link below). I’ll be picking up a few to share with new and prospective homeschool moms, especially my moms of preschoolers! 🙂

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