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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 it well. Lee Binz (the HomeScholar) uses the transcripts and documents from her own children's records as examples, as well as those of numerous other students.

It's helpful to see exactly what a good transcript looks like, especially one that doesn't require an umbrella school or an expensive computer program (she uses Microsoft Word for all her documents).

Her writing is engaging (lots of exclamation points, which made me laugh) and she drives her point home: you can do this! If you've made the decision to homeschool through high school, this book will give you the tools you need to document it properly.

If you're on the fence, Setting the Records Straight may give you the confidence you need to take the leap with your student."

Read all eighteen "5-Star" Reviews Online of "Setting the Records Straight!"



Feel free to share your experience with record keeping too! I'd love to hear if my book has helped you homeschool too!





Your best strategy for keeping all those balls in the air is preparation.  The HomeScholar Gold Care Club will give you the comprehensive help you need to homeschool high school





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Guest - J W on Thursday, 13 September 2012 21:50

WAY TO GO, Lee!!! WOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOO! YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!

WAY TO GO, Lee!!! WOOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOO! YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!
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