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Bamboo Zoo

A PANDA ON A MISSION… Bamboo Zoo teaches children to make responsible, healthy decisions for themselves and for the planet with the help of Lester and his friends. What are we doing? Bamboo Zoo is focused on creating products for children that teach them about their health, wellness practices, and sustainable living. The creators...
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Max Elliot Anderson’s Books for Reluctant Readers

Max Elliot Anderson grew up as a reluctant reader. In fact, he hated to read. Years later he began to research why this had happened. Based on his findings, he has crafted mysteries and adventures that young readers have a hard time putting down. Because he has spent a lifetime in the production of...
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New Online Unschooling Magazine

*Connections ezine of unschooling and mindful parenting*, a monthly online magazine dedicated to keeping readers thoughtfully informed about topics relevant to unschoolers of all ages. The entire contents of *Connections, Issue 0*, along with the amazing photography of Jessie Fields in our premier Snapshots is now available free online at http://connections.organiclearning.org
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Life Without School is collecting stories on “Why we homeschool.”

Life Without School, LWOS, ( www.lifewithoutschool.typepad.com ) is collecting stories on “Why We Homeschool.” We would love to hear your stories about why you homeschool. How does homeschooling benefit your children, your family, you as a parent. We are interested in all stories that celebrate finding your own way with your child(ren) and that...
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HOMESCHOOL BUYERS CO-OP CREATES INTERNET’S LARGEST DATABASE OF CONTESTS & SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO HOMESCHOOLERS

The Homeschool Buyers Co-op, an online nonprofit based in California, is proud to announce the most comprehensive Internet listing of contests and scholarships available to homeschooled students – over 124,000 different prizes worth over $2.5 million! The Homeschool Buyers Co-op mission is to make homeschooling more affordable. It does this by negotiating discounts from...
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Homeschool Buyers Co-op Opens Its Doors!

Homeschool Buyers Co-op The Homeschool Buyers Co-op has officially opened it doors. President Brett Walter made the announcement August 20th at the 15th Annual Home Education Conference in Sacramento, California. With assistance from homeschoolers around the country the Co-op expects to grow its membership to 100,000 by the end of the year. “The basic...
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Tricycle Press: Why Explore?

Tricycle Press: Why Explore? Throughout history, natural curiosity has led human beings to explore the vast oceans, chart the night sky, and venture into unknown territories of science. But why? With elegant poetry, Susan Lendroth examines this ever-present drive to discover, from prehistoric cave dwellers to the Age of Galileo to modern-day space exploration....
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Oyate

Oyate My name is Raven. When I was in the third grade, our class read The Courage of Sarah Noble. In this book they said Indian people were savages and murderers, they chop your head off and eat you alive and that we were not really people. When the class put on the play...
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Usborne Books

Link: EDC Publishing. In 1973, Peter Usborne decided that educational, nonfiction books would need to change in order to compete with TV and comics. He borrowed some ideas from these two media and hired educational consultants to oversee the writing to make sure that the books would satisfy the child’s interest but also arouse...
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American Homeschool Association

Link: American Homeschool Association. The American Homeschool Association (AHA) is a broad-ranging network of homeschoolers, working to support homeschooling by providing an online point of contact for news and information, resources and encouragement. The AHA provides free support, information and resources through their many websites, weblogs, discussion lists and more. The American Homeschool Association...
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