Karen Glass has finally written THE book.
It has been all I could do to keep my mouth shut lately and the last two articles I have written have been highly influenced by this book which I am now reading for the 3rd time.
I know, I know, I am always so full of hyperbole but I cannot help it. This book is wonderful. This book will be the GO-TO book for Classical and Charlotte Mason educators, homeschooling or otherwise, for many years to come.
I can hardly imagine saying anything philosophically that isn't already said better in this book.
Here is the blurb I wrote for it:
"This may be the most important book written on education since Norms & Nobility. When I finished reading it I started right back at the beginning and now that I am nearing the end of my second reading I plan to read it again. Karen says everything I would have loved to say about education (if I had the mind to grasp it) in a clear, understandable, and easy to read style. It is the missing link between what we call Classical Education and the Charlotte Mason approach. This is THE book we have been waiting for."
I am writing this without any remuneration, out of plain love, although I did receive a review copy.