Psst: Happy News for Homeschoolers

February 25, 2008 @ 8:18 pm | Filed under:

Alice Gunther’s book about socialization is on its way.

Haystack

To quote the publisher:

Most of us at one time or another have had to wrestle with the issue of socialization, either in dealing with friends and family members who question our decision to home educate, or from our own hearts as we worry about our children’s hopes for friendship. In this book Alice shows that “Socialization is not the weakness of home education—it is its strength and joy.”

Coming this spring from Hillside Education…I for one am counting the days!


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Comments

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  1. Alice Gunther says:

    Thank you, dearest Lissa!!!!!!!

  2. Abigail says:

    This thank you is a few days old, but that you so much for posting the “statues in Grand Central Station” link. My 4 & 3 year olds think this is the best game ever. I get the call “there are statues in your call Mom!” at least twice a day now.

  3. Shauna says:

    You might also be interested in Rachel Gathercole’s The Well-Adjusted Child: The Social Benefits of Homeschooling. I reviewed the book here.

  4. Karen Edmisten says:

    I, for another, am counting the days!

  5. Ann @ Holy Experience says:

    Very interesting to think on Alice’s book (congratulations, Alice!) in light of all the discussion in regards to homeschooling on these related posts:

    http://www.jesuscreed.org/?p=3453#comments

    http://blog.christianitytoday.com/outofur/archives/2008/02/too_cool_for_sc.html

    Thank you, Melissa, for this thoughtful place…

  6. Dana says:

    Sounds like a great book!