For the parent’s

Are you looking for something new and engaging for your teen or middle-grader to read this winter?

2020-05-04T15:47:10+02:00

When feisty and impetuous Raven and her younger brother, the more reserved and middle-of-the-road Rudi, arrive in town to spend some time with their grandfather, it is anything but normal. Going off the deep end is what Raven is often about, and when this happens it spells trouble for Rudi. Not wanting to rock the [...]

Are you looking for something new and engaging for your teen or middle-grader to read this winter?2020-05-04T15:47:10+02:00

When you try to be a Superwoman: a homeschool mom’s thoughts and reflections

2020-02-20T18:24:11+02:00

A few weeks ago I came across a photograph of my children and I on the pier. My daughter, about 6 or 7 months old at the time, is in the pram, lulled to sleep from our walk along the promenade. My boys are arranged around me, in a boisterous huddle. My oldest has his [...]

When you try to be a Superwoman: a homeschool mom’s thoughts and reflections2020-02-20T18:24:11+02:00

Why deschooling can give your homeschool journey a head-start

2020-05-06T22:02:38+02:00

Starting the homeschool journey is a life changing experience. Like any other such experience, it will have many challenges worth overcoming. I like to compare it with having a baby: no matter how much you prepare yourself and read about it, experiencing it is so much different than reading a book. It takes a long [...]

Why deschooling can give your homeschool journey a head-start2020-05-06T22:02:38+02:00