Hanna, Homeschooler

Hanna, Homeschooler
Title Hanna, Homeschooler PDF eBook
Author Suki Wessling
Pages 134
Release 2016-01-01
ISBN 9780966145274

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Living in a new town, young homeschooler Hanna struggles to adjust to her new home and make friends.

The Homeschool Adventures of Harry and Hannah

The Homeschool Adventures of Harry and Hannah
Title The Homeschool Adventures of Harry and Hannah PDF eBook
Author Trinity Hart
Publisher Covenant Books, Inc.
Pages 41
Release 2022-11-03
Genre Education
ISBN 164468585X

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What is homeschool? What do you do? Is it any fun? Join Harry and Hannah as they answer these questions and tell the daily adventures of homeschool life!

The Prairie Thief

The Prairie Thief
Title The Prairie Thief PDF eBook
Author Melissa Wiley
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 218
Release 2012-08-28
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1442440562

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In late 19th-century Colorado, Louisa's father is erroneously arrested for thievery and, while under the charge of the awful Smirch family, Louisa and a magical friend must find a way to prove his innocence.

Hanna's Cold Winter

Hanna's Cold Winter
Title Hanna's Cold Winter PDF eBook
Author Trish Marx
Pages 32
Release 2020-02
ISBN 9781948959131

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Hanna was a hippopotamus in the Budapest zoo. Hanna and the other hippos thrived in the warm springs which flowed from the ground. One winter, however, it was so cold that the river froze. There was a war going on, and the people and animals were starving. But the people of Budapest made a plan to save their beloved hippos. This heartwarming story, based on a true incident that took place during World War II, is beautifully told by Trish Marx. Barb Knutson's charming illustrations magically evoke the faraway place and time.

Homeschooling in America

Homeschooling in America
Title Homeschooling in America PDF eBook
Author Joseph Murphy
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 297
Release 2014-02-04
Genre Education
ISBN 1628739347

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This revealing and balanced portrait of homeschooling today provides a full history of the movement, demographic insights, and extensive research on how homeschooled children fare in the United States. Delving into a movement that impacts more students nationwide than the entire charter school movement, this book explores: • The history of homeschooling in America • How this movement has grown in credibility and enrollment exponentially • The current state of homeschooling, including questions about who gets homeschooled, why, and what is the success—academically and in life—of students who are homeschooled • The impact of homeschooling on the student and on American society In 2010, more than two million students were homeschooled. In the most extensive survey and analysis of research on homeschooling, spanning the birth of the movement in the 1970s to today, Homeschooling in America shines a light on one of the most important yet least understood social movements of the last forty years and explores what it means for education today.

God's Harvard

God's Harvard
Title God's Harvard PDF eBook
Author Hanna Rosin
Publisher HMH
Pages 309
Release 2008-09-08
Genre Religion
ISBN 0156035367

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Behind the scenes at Patrick Henry College: “A deft and honest narrative of evangelical education . . . historical background, close observation and skeptical wit” (Publishers Weekly). One of the Christian Science Monitor’s annual “Books We Liked Best” Take a walk down the halls and into the dorms and hearts of tiny Patrick Henry College, a Christian school just outside the nation’s capital, where ambitious young evangelicals are groomed to become tomorrow’s conservative elite. The future front lines of politics, entertainment, and science will be commanded by these idealistic graduates, who plan to lead the battle in reclaiming a godless nation. God’s Harvard reveals the evangelical movement at a moment of crisis and climax, its future leaders struggling to resist the temptations of modern life even as they try to remake the world in their image. This is a vibrant, insightful look at kids who may very well be in charge of our country one day. “A rare accomplishment for many reasons—perhaps most of all because Rosin is a journalist who not only reports but also observes deeply.” —San Francisco Chronicle “Rosin is at her best when chronicling sympathetically the lives of these young evangelicals, as ambitious as their secular peers but single-minded in their focus on politics.” —Chicago Tribune “Nuanced and highly readable . . . With her feisty, richly detailed prose.” —The Washington Post

Ignite the Sun

Ignite the Sun
Title Ignite the Sun PDF eBook
Author Hanna Howard
Publisher Blink
Pages 353
Release 2020-08-18
Genre Young Adult Fiction
ISBN 0310769752

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Once upon a time, there was something called the sun …In a kingdom ruled by a witch, the sun is just part of a legend about Light-filled days of old. But now Siria Nightingale is headed to the heart of the darkness to try and restore the Light—or lose everything trying. Sixteen-year-old Siria Nightingale has never seen the sun. That’s because Queen Iyzabel shrouded the kingdom in shadow upon her ascent to the throne, with claims it would protect her subjects from the dangerous Light. The Darkness has always left Siria uneasy, and part of her still longs for the stories of the Light-filled days she once listened to alongside her best friend Linden, told in secret by Linden’s grandfather. But Siria’s need to please her strict and demanding parents means embracing the dark and heading to the royal city—the very center of Queen Izybel’s power—for a chance at a coveted placement at court. And what Siria discovers at the Choosing Ball sends her on a quest toward the last vestiges of Light, alongside a ragtag group of rebels who could help her restore the sun … or doom the kingdom to shadow forever. Ignite the Sun?is: A YA fantasy adventure with a unique take of the light versus dark trope An allegorical exploration of the struggle with anxiety and depression Perfect for readers 13 and up A great gift for Christmas, birthday, or other gift giving holidays of young adult readers A good book club pick or cozy winter read