Homeschool Fiction – a list from Worldcat
Does anybody have any first hand knowledge to review this literature?
I’ll check to see if they are on Amazon and if there are reviews there.
Homeschool Fiction Suggestions (from Worldcat):
by Nicola Morgan. 2005, 2004 1st US edition. Fiction: Elementary and junior high school. 148 pages.
Cambridge, Mass. Candlewick Press, ISBN: 0763627356. 9780763627355
When her parents decide to move their family to the English countryside, homeschool their children, and raise chickens, Becca tries to make friends with her new neighbors by hiding her diabetes and throwing a twelfth birthday party for herself.
Kandoo Kangaroo hops into homeschool
by Susan Ratner; Bryan Miller. 2000. Fiction : Primary school.
Green Forest, AR : Master Books, ISBN: 0890512906. 9780890512906
A mother kangaroo realizes that her six-year-old is ready to start home schooling.
Ida B: –and her plans to maximize fun, avoid disaster, and (possibly) save the world
by Katherine Hannigan. 2004 1st ed.Â Fiction : Elementary and junior high school 246 p.
New York, NY : Greenwillow Books,
In Wisconsin, fourth-grader Ida B spends happy hours being home-schooled and playing in her family’s apple orchard, until her mother begins treatment for breast cancer and her parents must sell part of the orchard and send her to public school.
Addie McCormick and the Computer Pirate
by Leanne Lucas. 1994. Fiction : Juvenile audience 138 pages. Eugene, Ore. : Harvest House.
While her school is being repaired following a tornado and she is attending a cooperative home school, Addie becomes involved in a mystery surrounding the school’s computer software.
Mystery at Loch Ness
by Rebecca Price Janney. 1997. Fiction : Elementary and junior high school 135 p.
Sisters, Or. : Multnomah Fiction,
While visiting the virtual reality Loch Ness monster exhibit at a nauticus museum, a group of Christian home school students travels back in time to Scotland and to 1934.
Secret of the Lost Colony
by Rebecca Price Janney. 1997
Fiction : Elementary and junior high school 137 pages. Sisters, Or. : Multnomah Fiction.
Lindsey, Andrew, and Ben travel back in time with their home-school teacher to the English colony on Roanoke Island, where the people are struggling to survive an unfriendly environment and a problem of low supplies.
Search for Amelia Earhart
by Rebecca Price Janney. 1997.Â Fiction : Elementary and junior high school.Â 133 pages.
Sisters: Multnomah Publishers.
While talking about Amelia Earhart during their flight to Hawaii, a group of Christian home school students and their tutor travel back to the time of this famous aviator.
The Home School Detectives is a mystery series from InterVarsity Press, and is recommended for children ages 8-12. Follow the fast-paced adventures of Billy, Rebecca, Carlos, Josh, Emily and the rest of the gang as they overcome false leads and follow clues to the exciting conclusion.
Note all the other post about homeschool fiction with reviews of Surviving the Applewhites,Â Schooled,Â and The Adventures of Lilâ€™ Wolf, Twinkie, Toes, and Flower Girl in the Homeschool Forest.