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Homescholar | Review

Lee’s story is much like many of ours, or the story we’d like to be telling five, ten, or even fifteen years from now. She homeschooled her two boys from 3rd grade all the way through high school, and then through trial and error, landed full-ride scholarships for them at their first-choice universities.

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My Little Valentine | Review

During a summer spent researching historical information for his next year’s class, he happened upon the idea to use those same research materials to track down his mother’s birth parents. Months of searching followed, following bread crumbs, and tracking down people who knew Wanda’s birth parents and asking questions.

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Review | The Tuttle Twins and the Road to Surfdom

In The Tuttle Twins and the Road to Surfdom by Connor Boyack, the twins learn that well-intended central planning can lead to unfortunate, unintended consequences that destroy lives by creating large economic shifts. In The Road to Surfdom, citizens of La Playa vote to build a new road in order to relieve traffic congestion, but […]

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Review: Science Comics: Volcanoes: Fire and Life

Science Comics: Volcanoes: Fire and Life by Jon Chad is part of a middlegrade comic series covering a variety of science topics. In Volcanoes: Fire and Life, readers follow Aurora as she attempts to convince her mission leader that volcanoes do exist, and that the Earth’s natural phenomenon could solve the fuel problems that leave […]