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Describes the experiences of a nine-year-old girl who is taught by her mother on their farm in Washington State
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Voetberg is an Albert Whitman author.From School Library Journal:
Grade 1-3?Nine-year-old Teigen tells what it's like to be a home schooler. She describes her daily routine?prayers and working on specific subjects in the morning; helping her mother with chores or baby-sitting in the afternoon; music and art; nature study; field trips; and a weekly cooperative day at a local church facility where home schoolers meet to have gym, science, and history classes and time to socialize. She also describes some days when everything goes wrong and classes are canceled due to family emergencies. Teigen and her home-schooled friends all appear to be white, and the book's tone is so upbeat that readers may wonder why anyone goes to regular schools. The one-page afterword for parents gives a simplified overview of the home-schooling process. Although this title is limited in scope, there is little else available for this age group on the topic. The hand-tinted photographs show a pleasant family and a serious Teigen, who seems to thoroughly enjoy her lifestyle.?Rosanne Cerny, Queens Borough Public Library, NY
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Book Description Albert Whitman & Co, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0807534420
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