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The Unschooling Unmanual

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6" x 9", 112 pages.

New edition - now includes tips for new unschooling parents

Through engaging personal stories and essays, the writers offer inspiration and encouragement for both seasoned and prospective unschoolers.

The book features writing by Jan Hunt, Nanda Van Gestel, Daniel Quinn, John Holt, Rue Kream, Kim Houssenloge, Earl Stevens, and Mary Van Doren. Edited by Jan Hunt and her unschooled son Jason.

"Reading this book is like attending an unschooling conference or, even better, sitting around with a group of unschooling friends and talking about the life. The contributors are top-notch, itís an easy read, and it does what Jan Huntís work always does: it inspires you. Thank you, Jan and Jason, for this worthwhile addition to the literature of the movement."
 - Susan Gaissert

"A great introduction to unschooling."
- Rita Brhel, The Attached Family
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"Packed with great passages and quotes that reinforce your choice to work with your children and not on your children to help them learn."
- Pat Farenga, President, Holt Associates Inc.
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"First-person stories and straight-forward language make The Unschooling Unmanual readable and reassuring."
- Home Education Magazine
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"A unique and empowering book."
- Dayna Martin
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"A concise, readable and accessible manifesto for natural learning and trust in children."
- Arun Pradhan, The Parenting Pit
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Our Family by Nanda Van Gestel

Schooling: The Hidden Agenda
by Daniel Quinn

See Also

Learning Cards

The Natural Child

The Unschooling Unmanual
German Edition
Articles on Learning

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