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Homeschooling Abbey: Your Basic Mom Tries Home Education & Tells All

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Award-winning novelist Carol Plum-Ucci takes readers on her magical journey through four years of home schooling with daughter Abbey, now 11. This entertaining memoir will appeal to parents who want an intimate look at home schooling life as well as those who simply question the value of traditional education. Plum-Ucci states that no religious belief inspired her to home ...more
Paperback, 146 pages
Published October 17th 2008 by BookSurge Publishing
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Carol Plum-Ucci is a young adult novelist and essayist. Plum-Ucci’s most famous work to date is The Body of Christopher Creed, for which she won a Michael L. Printz Award in 2002 and was named a Finalist to the Edgar Allan Poe Award. Describing her subjects as «the most common, timeless, and most heart-felt teenagers,» Plum-Ucci is widely recognized for her use of the South Jersey shore to set ...more
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