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Warning! Christian Alert!

Warning! Christian Alert!
I was a little surprised when I saw this review of my book, Setting the Records Straight on Amazon. It was the first time I got only 4 stars in a review. Surprisingly, the reason for the less-than-perfect score was because I expressed my Christian faith. Here is the review, so you can read it yourself: Christian AlertBy J. McGrath, posted November 16, 2012This review is from: Setting the Records Straight: How to Craft Homeschool Transcripts and Course Descriptions...
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Guest — Lee
Thanks Kim! I appreciate the encouragement! Blessings, Lee
Saturday, 08 August 2015 13:09
Guest — Kim
Lee - your books and CD's are full of extremely helpful information for those who are home schooling high school. Your book on tr... Read More
Saturday, 08 August 2015 10:04
Guest — Lee
I see that in my ministry as well, Cheryl Blessings, Lee
Tuesday, 10 March 2015 12:11
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The Homeschool Librarian Loved This Book

The Homeschool Librarian Loved This Book
Susan Mythen "The Homeschool Librarian" reviewed my book on Amazon.  You should hear what she said!"I loved this book. Loved. I wouldn't say that it's the most comprehensive book out there, but the areas that it does tackle are done impeccably, and leave the reader feeling confident about their ability to see their homeschooler through to graduation and beyond.This book doesn't try to be all things to all people; it focuses on documentation and transcript writing and does...
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Homeschooling Teens: How Do You Know It's High School Level?

Homeschooling Teens: How Do You Know It's High School Level?
"How do I determine if a curriculum is high school material?  My son is interested in learning Biblical Greek. I found a few great workbooks at Half-Price books, but they don't have any grade recommendations on them." ~ Charlotte on Facebook Look up the book online, through Amazon or a homeschool catalog, and see what it says. You can also look at the author and reviewer, to see if they are high school or college reviewers....
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You might be able to find good audio books on biblical greek free on your library website. I know my library has one, I just happe... Read More
Thursday, 17 June 2010 07:00
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