The Art of Education e-Book

From author Linda Dobson comes news about her landmark first book, hailed by The New Yorker as “…a thought provoking and inspiring guided journey into the heart of homeschooling.” From Linda’s Parent at the Helm (PATH):

I’m happy to report that everything is moving along swimmingly as we prepare for the July 4th release of The 15th Anniversary Edition of The Art of Education as an e-book!

We’re excited because the book turns out to be even more relevant today than it was 15 years ago, especially in terms of parents who are worried about their children’s education. The Art of Education provided a map to parents who were ready to accept in their own hands the responsibility for their children’s education. And now, there’s another whole group of new parents ready to receive the message that they can do it, too.

This post is especially for bloggers, magazine and e-zine publishers, and website publishers who focus on homeschooling, unschooling, education, and parenting issues. If you would be willing to review The Art of Education in/on your publication on or about July 4th, we’d love to send you the pdf to do so!

Bloggers and editors, get in touch with Linda at the link above! Everyone else, watch for the July 4th eBook release of one of the best books ever written on education – any kind of education!

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