Conversation Between farrarwilliams and Rayne

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  1. Hi! I really like your contributions to the forum. I've also started reading your blog. Would you mind giving me a few recommendations on homeschooling/education books? My son is only 2.5 so I have a few years to educate myself before starting with him. I really don't want to take the easy route of using a boxed curriculum and radical unschooling is too hands off for me. I'm reading Project Based Homeschooling now (agree with you about the repetitive style of writing) and am looking for other sources on the "how" and "why" of homeschooling.

    Thanks so much!
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