New E-book Reveals Secrets of Homeschooling

December 26, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
Dandridge, TN - Homeschooling works and it works well! Not only are children reaping the academic benefit of having individualized instruction provided by loving parents, they also benefit from spending more quality time with their families. Many parents are intrigued by the idea of home education, but don't understand just how it really works.

Paul and Gena Suarez, publishers of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, have taken note of the many questions asked by parents over the years and have compiled an e-book, entitled Secrets of Successful Homeschooling, which answers those questions. Parents need to know that they are qualified to teach their own children. Secrets of Successful Homeschooling is a realistic and refreshing book full of honest writings from homeschool parents who have found success in their own homeschools, including popular authors like Cindy Rushton, Terri Camp, Christine Field and Lorrie Flem.

Designed to be read in bite size chunks, each chapter is full of information, inspiration and encouragement. Homeschool parents will appreciate having this information readily available at their fingertips with links to websites for further research. More than a dozen contributors offer readers insight, ideas, answers, and encouragement for their homeschool journey.

Gena Suarez, publisher of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, states, “Since we are a homeschool family, we understand how daunting homeschooling can seem sometimes. We're pleased to offer this e-book as a way of letting people in on the secrets of successful homeschool families. We often tell people, 'Yes, you CAN homeschool! You have what it takes to teach your children at home.’ From Classical Education and Lapbooking, to organizing your home or educating special needs children, this e-book covers it all.” For further information about the e-book, including ordering information, visit

About The Old Schoolhouse Magazine:
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine is the highest quality homeschool magazine on the market with approximately 200 pages per issue. The publication is distributed across North America via newsstands and subscription; international readers are serviced by volunteer coordinators and subscription.

Patricia Hunter, Press Liaison
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, LLC
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