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Do you get to wear your pajamas to school? Do you have recess or snow days? What about socialization? Every homeschooler fields dozens of questions like these. Natalie goes beyond providing simple answers and shares candidly about the experiences that led her to conclude that education is about much more than academics. In this book she covers topics such as:
- How she learned to get along with her parents
- Experience in government and politics
- Discovering God's purpose for her life
- Starting her own business in high school
- How she homeschooled through college
- Things she is thankful her parents taught her
- ...and much more!
Whether you've been homeschooling since the days of the New England Primer or are just embarking on this educational adventure, you will find hope, humor, and an ample dose of reality in the pages of Pajama School.
About the Author
Natalie Wickham was homeschooled through college alongside her five siblings. She has a passion for challenging and equipping upcoming generations of homeschoolers to be godly leaders. Natalie owns and operates a successful piano studio and music educator's blog and is the current Director of Adventures in Character.
A Note From Myklin
I am so thrilled to announce that my dear, long-time friend, Natalie Wickham has released her new book, Pajama School! Some of my fondest memories involve serving beside Natalie in various homeschool ministry opportunities. She truly captures the essence of the homeschooling experience through her humorous, yet touching recollections of the times we had as young homeschool graduates, growing and learning countless lessons together. Weary, young homeschooling mothers, veteran homeschoolers, and those contemplating embarking on the journey of homeschooling will all find encouragement and inspiration through her memoir-styled reflections of God's faithfulness. In addition, I believe many young ladies will find Natalie's book especially uplifting because she speaks directly from her heart about her desire to serve the Lord fully as a single young woman. She also discusses how she learned to honor her parents and reach out to her family, the importance of being actively involved in local ministries and organizations, and much, much more. Natalie is a truly a Godly young woman, with tremendous talents and gifts from the Lord. I am thankful to count her a close friend and sister in Christ. That is why I highly recommend reading Pajama School!