Homeschool author, Mary Griffith has a new book, Viral Learning: Reflections on the Homeschooling Life
The introduction reads:
Now that active homeschooling was coming to an end for our family, I found myself pondering its long-term effects: How different am I from the person I would have been if I’d not been a homeschooling parent? How have my interests and values changed because of our kids learning at home? How are my kids different from their peers?
Suddenly, after all these years, I realized there was another homeschooling book in my head. But this book isn’t another guide to how to homeschool, nor it it meant to help homeschooling parents survive the empty-nest syndrome.
The book is personal. it’s a reflection on how I (along with a few of my friends) came to homeschooling, how it affected us and our view of the world, and how those changes in us may spark changes around us.
Other books by Mary Griffith: The Unschooling Handbook and the Homeschooling Handbook. You can learn more about Mary via this 1997 HEM Interview . You can also subscribe to her blog, Viral Learning: Reflections on the Homeschooling Life, here.