“Just after lunch, one Monday each month, there is an audible buzz in the children’s room of our local library. The hubbub begins at the door as a group of five enthusiastic homeschooled boys race one another into a much anticipated book club meeting. They are an eclectic group, but the chattering is nonstop and oftentimes cacophonous; they talk about everything from the newest computer games, Pokemon (TM) card collections, Boy Scout meetings, chess clubs, tree houses, and a myriad of sports. They each select a colorful carpet square and lounge on the floor around me, relaxing in a semi-circle. Now it’s time to talk books. And yes, they are all more than willing to switch gears and share a conversation about a common title and most importantly about reading, a common interest.”
Continue reading Homeschool Boys Book Club, by Deb Adamson, in the Nov/Dec 2009 issue of Home Education Magazine.