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Why on Earth Homeschool: The Case for Australian Christian Homeschooling (1) Paperback – Illustrated, 7 August 2017

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  • Paperback : 278 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0994204604
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0994204608
  • Product Dimensions : 15.24 x 1.47 x 22.86 cm
  • Publisher : Rebecca Devitt; Illustrated Edition (7 August 2017)
  • Language: : English
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About the Author

Rebbecca Devitt is an Australian Christian homeschooling writer and blogger at WhyonEarthHomeschool.com. She is a homeschool graduate who enjoys fellowship, Bible study and talking to others about Christian homeschooling. Rebbecca homeschooled in a Christian family after three years in a Christian School. She attended a church group made up largely of homeschoolers. Rebbecca feels overwhelmingly blessed by her parents, who pulled her out of school to homeschool. She hopes to share the joys of good, Christian education with others. The author enjoys advocating for homeschooling in Australia and lobbies state and federal governments on this topic. Rebbecca is married to Tristan and has a high-octane puppy called Molly who loves teasing Chester, Rebbecca's cranky, old rabbit. When it comes to writing, Rebbecca likes to write about issues affecting public, private and Christian schools as well as other subjects of importance to Christians today. In time, Rebbecca hopes her book will inspire many Christian parents, and influence them to choose one of the best pathways of Christian education available today; loving Christian homeschooling.

Jessica Robertson was born in Wollongong to a Christian family and still currently lives in the Illawarra. She attended some Christian schools, but was mostly homeschooled. She has a big heart for homeschooling, family and connecting with the wider community (through her passions - working with children and sharing her creativity). She is currently working on her first children's picture book which she has written and illustrated called The shadows of Torra - set in the medieval era with a message about compassion, love and making a difference. She has studied childcare, art and writing for children and publication. Her interests are drawing, Scottish Highland dancing and film-making.