These are, in my opinion, as well as the opinions of many of my dear homeschool mom friends, the top ten best homeschooling books available. These are homeschooling books that have been mind opening, life changing, and invaluable in my homeschooling journey. Everyone who is homeschooling their children or thinking about homeschooling should read at least some of these inspiring and thought provoking books.
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- Relaxed Homeschool Curriculum for Multiple Children
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Make some extra time to read this week.
10 Best Homeschooling Books
In no particular order.
1. Carschooling by Dianne Flynn Keith
2. Deschooling Gently by Tammy Takahashi
3. Dumbing us Down by John Taylor Gatto
4. Free to Learn by Peter Gray
5. The Unshooling Handbook by Mary Griffith
6. Home Learning Year by Year by Rebecca Rupp
7. Free to Learn by Pam Laricchia
8. The Well Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer and Jessica Wise
9. How Children Fail by John Holt
10. How Children Learn by John Holt
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