Thursday, July 16, 2020

Coffee Break Reading List (July 16, 2020)

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Some of the things around the web that I've been reading or exploring during recent coffee breaks: 

Okay, since I mentioned families new to homeschooling, or considering homeschooling, I want to share some articles I've written recently highlighting some how-to and encouragement for those folks:

The previous Suddenly Homeschooling - Pro Tips posts are:

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Some fun things I've found during coffee breaks:

What I've been reading during longer coffee breaks: 

Ever Faithful by Karen Barnett
Church With No Walls by Noah Cleveland

Find out more at my book blog Just A Second.

Found anything interesting on the web lately? Read any good books? Leave a comment and let me know!

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Joanne said...

And here I am a homeschooling mom who's son wants to head TO public school for the first time in a looong time this fall! I am having a few mixed feelings about it but I'm honest enough to admit I'd be feeling that way even without everything else that's going on in the world.

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