A Good Story: What’s In It for You?

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Last week I got a chance to share at Simple Homeschool, discussing our family’s affection for good stories. From the post,

Developing a love of books is one of the most important parts of our homeschool. Not only is it academically sound, but it is also a way of nurturing my children, of creating a learning atmosphere that is free and flowing, and of providing them stability — in me and in the books they’ve come to love.

Head over and chime in about the role stories play in your home.

About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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