Books We Like

Homeschooling: The Right Choice, by Christopher Klicka

This is the number one resource for home schooling that belongs on every parent's reference shelf. Drawing from years of experience as Senior Counsel of the Home School Legal Defense Association, Klicka provides information on: practical steps to successful home schooling, legal issues and steps to take to protect yourself from over zealous social workers, a candid analysis of public education, higher education's interest in home school graduates, and college success for home educated students.

Better Late Than Early, By Raymond and Dorothy Moore

This is a must read for the understanding of how and when a child's brain is ready to receive information and most importantly, understand the information it has received. It also addresses the differences in boys vs girls and the needs of each.

Home Grown Kids, By Raymond and Dorothy Moore

Raymond and Dorothy Moore have prepared this influential book to show how, by using the everyday resources and experiences of your own home environment, you can truly enjoy your child and give him or her a wholesome, first-class education that neither stifles creativity nor hampers character development.

The Christian Home School, by Greg Harris

The Christian Home School is a classic, easy-to-read introduction that has led thousands of families into home schooling. Topics include why to home school, how to get started, answers to socialization questions, curriculum choices, and much more. The new 1995 edition includes up-to-date information and a new chapter on Delight Directed Study.

Answers for Homeschooling, by Israel Wayne

You’ve made the decision to homeschool. Suddenly, you find that some of those who were once in your corner supporting you are now questioning your competency as a parent and maybe even your sanity. Their lack of confidence may sting, but in reality, the critic provides a wonderful opportunity to replace fear and stigma with truth and reality. This book equips you to answer the critic in your life with resolve and confidence.

ANSWERS to help you become confident in your homeschooling journey!

Socialization - Qualifications - College - Legality - Academics - Sports - Affordability - Competency

Bringing Up Boys, By Dr. James Dobson

With so much confusion about the role of men in our society, it’s no wonder so many parents and teachers are asking questions about how to bring up boys. Why are so many boys in crisis? What qualities should we be trying to instill in young males? Our culture has vilified masculinity and, as a result, an entire generation of boys is growing up without a clear idea of what it means to be a man.

Dare To Discipline, By Dr. James Dobson

Why are boundaries so important? Do children really want limits set on their behavior? My spouse doesn’t seem to care about discipline; why I am I stuck being the “bad guy?” Is it okay to spank my child, or will it lead him to hit others and become a violent person? Join the millions of caring parents who have found answers in the wisdom of parenting authority and family counselor Dr. James Dobson. The New Dare to Discipline is a revised and updated edition of the classic bestseller, designed to help you lead your children through the tough job of growing up. This practical, reassuring guide will teach you how to meet your children’s needs of love, trust, affection―and discipline.

Raising Real Men, by Hal & Melanie Young

Teenaged boys put away a startling amount of groceries. Young boys can be downright destructive. They're noisy, unconcerned with personal hygiene, and the dog has a longer attention span - or so it seems, some days. If this is God's chosen gift to us, then why does it seem so hard? How can we prepare these boys to serve God when we can barely make it through the day. Isn't there a better way? The answer is yes. Raising Real Men looks beyond the untied shoes and dirty jeans to what the Lord means your son to be. Learn how to help him focus on schoolwork, find real heroes, stand alone when he needs to, and become a real man one day. Don t just survive raising boys, succeed at it and learn how to love them as they really are.

NEA: Trojan Horse In American Education, by Samuel Blumenfeld

A documented history of how public education in America has been co-opted by the socialist agenda, with the design of creating a society of dumbed-down people who are tools of the state. 

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