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Pamela Price is a journalist and author. You can find her at RedWhiteandGrew.com

True story: she got her first non-fiction book deal thanks to a blog post and Pinterest. Currently she is busy wrapping up a literature review of a project she's been tinkering with since 2007.

Pamela's second non-fiction book, "Gifted, Bullied, Resilient: A Brief Guide for Smart Families" was released by GHF Press in July 2015. Her first non-fiction book, "How to Work and Homeschool: Practical Advice, Tips, and Strategies from Parents," was released by GHF Press in 2013 to praise from within the homeschool community.




Book Review: “Understanding Your Gifted Child From the Inside Out”

 


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Having spent several years writing about parenting and homeschooling gifted and/or twice-exceptional (“2E”) kids, I’ve amassed a couple of shelves worth of books on the topic. Some are great; others, ho-hum.


Imagine my surprise last fall, however, when a new volume arrived, reigniting my own enthusiasm for the topic as...ho-hum.


Imagine

 


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A Bittersweet Season by Jane Gross
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Yesterday in the Texas Hill Country by Gilbert J. Jordan
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Because the town where Jordan grew up is related to my research subjects, I was curious but not terribly optimistic I'd learn much. I was wrong.

I loved the first-person descriptions of early 20th century life among German-Texans. As he no
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Sojourn in Texas 1846-47 by Alvin Sorgel
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This is a translation of an original work in German. It's written in the form of letters, which were published in Germany. I was struck by how similar the form is to modern day blogging, and Sorgel packs a lot of emotion into his writing about figure ...more
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When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
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Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
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Attending by Ronald Epstein
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A Guide to the Historic Buildings of Fredericksburg and Gille... by Kenneth Hafertepe
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The Material Culture of German Texans by Kenneth Hafertepe
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This is a thorough, thoughtful and well-researched book on a German domestic spaces and decor in Texas. A great deal of attention is paid to the Texas Hill Country--specifically Fredericksburg and New Braunfels--but other areas are mentioned as well, ...more
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The House at Riverton by Kate Morton
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“Remember too that business entrepreneurs can be iconoclasts, hermits, and even cranks. Steve Jobs, founder of Apple, reportedly wasn’t Mr. Warm-and-Fuzzy in person. He was a perfectionist. But whether they innovate with computers or with education, business and social entrepreneurs share a sense of wonder, curiosity, and the ability to scan for opportunity. They are prone to resilience, either through practice or nature, and it pays off for them. So they keep looking at the world with wide-eyed anticipation for more opportunities to test their mettle, to create new things and ways of accomplishing goals and meeting needs.”
Pamela Price, How to Work and Homeschool: Practical Advice, Tips, and Strategies from Parents

“we must ultimately regard modern working homeschool parents as social entrepreneurs, people who bring change close to home and within the larger structure of society.”
Pamela Price, How to Work and Homeschool: Practical Advice, Tips, and Strategies from Parents




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