Tiny Book of Homeschooling: Principles and Practices, Guidelines, Thoughts, Experiences, and Inspiration for Homeschooling

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HOME SCHOOL BOOK REVIEW
Book: Tiny Book of Homeschooling: Principles and Practices, Guidelines, Thoughts, Experiences, and Inspiration for Homeschooling
Author: Steve Moitozo
Publisher: Home School Associates, 2005
ISBN-13: none
Related website: http://www.homeschoolassociates.com/tinybook (publisher)
Language level: 1
(1=nothing objectionable; 2=common euphemisms and/or childish slang terms; 3=some cursing or profanity; 4=a lot of cursing or profanity; 5=obscenity and/or vulgarity)
Reading level: Suitable for anyone
Rating: ***** 5 stars (EXCELLENT)
Reviewed by Wayne S. Walker
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Moitozo, Steve. Tiny Book of Homeschooling: Principles and Practices, Guidelines, Thoughts, Experiences, and Inspiration for Homeschooling (published in 2005 by Home School Associates, 25 Adams Ave., Lewiston, ME 04240). The Tiny Book of Homeschooling by Steve Moitozo really IS a TINY book. It measures only 3″x4″ and is convenient to carry in a purse or leave in a favorite reading place. The book contains 144 one-page stories related to homeschooling. Each page is headed by one of the following topics: Homeschooling, Family, Education, Socialization, and Parenting. It is available free online, but the printed version sells for just $7.00, and you might want to purchase a copy as a gift for someone thinking of homeschooling. The hard copy version is attractive, professionally published, and just pain cute! Steve is a homeschooling father in Maine who is the founder of North Atlantic Regional High School, a state-authorized private school which serves homeschooling families by designing custom-designed programs for homeschooled students. He spoke at the first Greater St. Louis Area Home Educators Expo in 2006 and told me that his idea for the Tiny Book of Homeschooling was a take-off on Mary Pride’s Big Book of Home Education.

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