"Maybe," you think, "maybe somewhere out there, someone just like me is writing about homeschooling."
As someone who's been on both sides of it now, I appreciated Quinn's funny, honest perspective on homeschooling!
She writes extremely well, she is candid, and she tickles your funny bone in that Tina Fey sort of way.
This is one woman's story of the year she and decided to homeschool her daughter. This was a great read, Quinn Cummings and I definitely don't see eye to eye on everything, but I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mathmom
Disappointed, which is the gap between my expectations and the reality of this book. Mea culpa. I misunderstood the title of this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MeGustaLeer
I JUST watched TO QUINN CUMMINGS VIA HER YOU TUBE INTERVIEW Where she was promoting this book, and a few other amazing things she wrote. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Garry Hixon
I found this by accident in the library today just as I am about to homeschool my daughter for forth grade. Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Sledge
This is a very insightful book for parents considering homeschooling. She tackles all the questions am fear we have. I still felt the ending wasn't very satisfyingPublished 5 months ago by Hadeel Reda
Reading this book was entertaining, but the poor daughter!
The scatterbrained and neurotic parenting style Quinn Cummings accuses herself of goes a long way toward... Read more
The part about the Gothard people gets a little long but the rest is really great. Quinn is one of those people that can make brushing your teeth funny.Published 8 months ago by Alyson Papenguth
In The Year of Learning Dangerously, Quinn Cummings chronicles her family's decision to take her daughter out of public school and homeschool for a year. It starts off great. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Monika