There Was Always Laughter In Our House


What do you get when you mix two parents who grew up in the city, six kids who have always lived in the country, and add homeschooling? You get a whole lot of laughter!

Homeschool graduate and author Sarah Holman shares stories about her family that range from thought-provoking to side-splitting. She shares both hilarious mistakes and heartbreaking moments in her family. In this collection of stories, she endeavors capture some of the answers to the questions people have often asked her about growing up in a conservative homeschool family as well as some of the wisdom she has gleaned along the way. Sarah invites you to open up this scrapbook of memories. She hopes that you come away encouraged, inspired…and laughing.
Sarah Holman is a not so typical mid-twenties girl: A homeschool graduate, sister to six awesome siblings. If there is anything adventuresome about her life, it is because she serves a God with a destiny bigger than anything she could have imagined. You can find out more about her at her website http://www.thedestinyofone.com


Genre: Nonfiction.
My Rating: 5 Stars.

 

Recommendation: Anyone, especially if you are looking to home school, Homeschooling, or just looking to see what homeschooling is all about.

I love There Was Always Laughter. It was funny, sweet, and true. I highly recommended reading There Was Always Laughter. I am homeschooled and sometimes people act like that is a terrible thing. I am learning so much more than I would be trapped in a room for hours every day. I think that There was Always Laughter shows how much better it is to be homeschooled than to go to public or private school. Although having a grammarian as a mom is sometimes a little hard … Especially when you ask her to check your spelling on a book review.
 
November 16
Reachel – What stories are you going to include, Sarah?
J. Grace Pennington – An interview
Esther Filbrun – A review
Tarissa Graves – A review
November 17
Leona Ruth – A review
Chloe – A review
November 18
Kaylee – A review
Alexa – A Thanksgiving Story
November 19
Liv K. Fisher – Short Girl Jokes
Kelsey Bryant – A review
 
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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the review and giveaway! The only book I've read about a homeschool family is 10 P's In A Pod.LoveAshleycreatingpreciousmoments.blogspot.comashleysyarnworks.etsy.com

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