More than a year and a half ago, I wrote the following:
The economy has hit us where it hurts — our homeschool co-op was canceled this semester, due to low enrollment. 😦 That means no blogging class, although I will continue to post tips and links from time to time.
For now, though, I have thrown myself into a new project: I’m writing a book. Actually, I’m re-writing a series of books that I self-published in the late last century…
Well, the books have taken much longer than I expected, and they’re still not done. But a “beta” edition of the first one is now online at Amazon.com, if you’re interested.
- Let’s Play Math:
How Homeschooling Families Can Learn Math Together, and Enjoy It!
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