You’re not alone. Many of us who educate our children at home started with the same questions. Join this mother-daughter duo and be inspired by their heartfelt account on why homeschooling was a success for them.
From a daughter’s perspective, Eden shares her favorite moments in home education, how she later faced the transition into high school, and how her homeschooling experience was transformative in her adult years.
From a mother’s perspective, Arlene shares how infusing lessons with structure and creativity established a balanced education and desire in her children to learn. Her uplifting narrative reveals tips and examples that homeschooling parents will find enlightening and may adopt as part of their own routine.
Discover this book’s unique approach that depicts two viewpoints, and be encouraged as it demonstrates homeschooling as a rewarding experience for both parent and child.
Arlene McFarlane is the USA Today bestselling author of the Valentine Beaumont comedy mystery series. She’s won and placed in over 30 prestigious contests, including the Chanticleer International Mystery & Mayhem Book Awards, and a Voice Arts nomination for her audiobook, Murder, Curlers & Cream. She also enjoys traveling to writing conferences, workshops, and reader events. Before becoming a published author, Arlene’s most important calling was in homeschooling her children. It was a rich and rewarding experience, and she loves to encourage others who are considering this path.
Arlene lives with her family in Canada.
Eden McFarlane holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts from the University of Waterloo. She double majored in Honors French and Honors English with a specialization in Literature and Rhetoric. She completed her postgrad in French Studies. Eden has worked as a teaching assistant and a research assistant and has won multiple awards for her academic literary dissertations.
Eden loves traveling abroad, but Canada remains her home.