Free Books Today {& Not just for the Homeschool Curious!}

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Hello from my Happy Eclectic Homeschool!

Vintage Image of Our Eclectic Unschool

As I’ve been reflecting on my first mama-only homeschool conference in Portland, I feel empowered to share with my readers more of my own homeschooling experience. We’ve been doing this, essentially, since my boys were born, but with almost a decade of experience under my belt, I feel like not only is my hard-won experience helpful to other homeschool families, but potentially of interest to families who are just homeschool-curious!

With these reflections swarming in my mind, I received my monthly email from The HomeScholar, Lee Binz, for her free Coffee Break Book of the month and I thought: this is a great segue to my on-going education, as well as others interests!

{You can sign up for her emails & get her free links delivered directly into your inbox too!!}

What I love about Lee Binz {I own all her books, btw; I have every single one in paperback and they have been a blessing to my mama heart} is she speaks from one mother to another with love and patience. As a former nurse who has homeschooled her sons through college, she now offers support for the rest of us, both free and paid, to have a helping hand through our journey. I became a subscriber to her Comprehensive Homeschool Solutions package years ago and am in no way affiliated {new affiliate!} with Lee Binz or her company, just but am a happy customer wanting to spread the joy!

Honestly, many of her tips are applicable to parents of any school-aged children pursuing secondary education, particularly in Washington State where both Lee Binz and I reside.

However, in her Scheduling, she states the obvious advantages to having a rhythm to your days, weeks, months, and year. While I’d {thankfully!} figured this out in the beginning of my homeschool journey, and to some extent my parenting journey prior, it is reassuring for me to read the words from another person and their point of view.

It makes me realize that I’m not alone: and neither are you!

Another Great Resource: I just wrote about how much I love Julie Bogart and her Braveschooling method of writing and Poetry Tea Time – she fills my Mama-heart ❤

Telling your story, reading these blogs, following these real people are what makes you feel like you aren’t alone. Whether you homeschool, unschool, public, or private school your children: we all want the best for them. We all love our children. Just because I eclectically unschool my children doesn’t mean I’m a better, more patient, loving mother: I’ve just been blessed to have the opportunity to educate my children in the way I see is a best fit for them and our family.

I digress.

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So today {4/3/18}, this book by Lee Binz is available FREE on Kindle E-reader – Black, 6″ Glare-Free Touchscreen Display, Wi-Fi – Includes Special Offers” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Kindle! You can read many titles for free on the Kindle — I have one list here of non-sexual-driven Kindle Unlimited books — and always follow Jaime of Simple Homeschool emails to links for her free Kindle Book emails {valid at the time of this posting; sign up for her emails to get them delivered to your own mailbox}, as I’m a long-time fan of hers as well, with no affiliation. I like to review the free titles offered for the Kindle to see if they are applicable to our Kindle bookshelf.

Interestingly, reading books on-line is my least favorite kind of reading, so I don’t even have a Kindle! Both my boys were gifted Kindles and share free books there. I’ve even purchased our The History of the Medieval World: From the Conversion of Constantine to the First Crusade” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Middle Ages History book there, though I have a hard copy of it {which is on sale today for $13.10 US – almost 2/3 off the cover price!!}. When I do read free books from our shared Kindle account, I actually read them on my Kindle for Mac [Download]” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>iPhone!


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