Individual Author Record
Name: Barbara FrankPen Name: None Genre: Born: in Chicago, Illinois Sites:
Illinois ConnectionBarbara was born in Jacksonville.
Biographical and Professional InformationBarbara Frank is the mother of four home-schoole dchildren and a freelance writer and editor.
- The Imperfect Homeschooler's Guide to Home Schooling, Cardamom Publishing, 2008
- Life Prep for Home Schooled Teenagers, Cardamom Publishing, 2008
Titles At Your Library
The Imperfect Homeschooler's Guide to Homeschooling: A 20-Year Homeschool Veteran Reveals How to Teach Your Kids, Run Your Home and Overcome the Inevitable Challenges of the Homeschooling Life
ISBN: 097421812X Cardamom Publishers. 2008 "The Imperfect Homeschooler's Guide to Homeschooling" is packed full of Barbara Frank's advice gleaned from over 20 years of homeschooling her four children, including one who has Down syndrome. As an eBook, it won rave reviews since it was published last year. Now, Cardamom Publishers has expanded the book, doubling it in size, and bringing it out in a perfect-bound edition. Readers will learn how they can: . Get past the "public school" way of thinking by customizing lessons for each child. . Boost their self-confidence by learning how to measure what their children have learned. . Reduce their stress level with "115 Organizing Tips for Homeschoolers." . Free themselves of attitudes and habits that make homeschooling harder than it has to be. "The Imperfect Homeschooler's Guide to Homeschooling" will encourage current and prospective homeschooling parents alike.
Life Prep for Homeschooled Teenagers: A Parent-Friendly Curriculum for Teaching Teens to Handle Money, Live Moral Lives and Get Ready for Adulthood, 2nd Edition
ISBN: 0974218138 Cardamom Publishers. 2008 "Life Prep for Homeschooled Teenagers" is a parent-friendly curriculum for teaching your teens how to live as morally and financially responsible adults. The book includes instructions for customizing the curriculum for all teens, whether they're work-bound or college-bound. Step-by-step projects (requiring minimal preparation by parents) teach your teens about credit cards, auto and health insurance, taxes, and many other subjects they'll face once they're on their own, and will get them ready for a life of managing their money with a goal of financial freedom. Reading and writing assignments review the principles your teens need to get along with family, friends and coworkers, and to live their values in their personal and work lives. This book is a compilation of all the practical things you wish you'd been taught in high school. Now you can make sure your teens are ready for life "out of the nest."