Published by Farrar Straus Giroux
Summary: A boy explains how his home is his school, too. His three sisters are his classmates, his mom is his teacher, and his dad is the substitute who takes over at the end of the day. They have many classrooms, including all the rooms in their house, the telescope on the back deck, and the public library. Recess and gym are spent in the backyard, hanging out in the tree house and playing soccer with friends. Sometimes there are field trips to do art or explore nature. There are opportunities for learning all day long, right up to the final bedtime story. Endpapers show the real Jonathan and his three sisters during their own homeschooling days. Ages 4-8.
Pros: Homeschooling is presented in a positive light, with a loving family supporting each other in all their educational endeavors. The illustrations are appropriately childlike and busy, showing the chaos of four curious, active children pursuing learning.
Cons: It looks pretty exhausting.