Free ebook: Pajama School

My real-life friend, Natalie, wrote a memoir of her homeschooling experiences called Pajama School and it’s available as a free download on Amazon today.

I really enjoyed reading this book–especially since I know or am acquainted with so many of the people in the book as Natalie and I grew up in the same area. In fact, not only did Natalie and I grow up in the same area, but we also worked together as waitresses at the same tea room for a few years!

Natalie has been a blessing and inspiration to me over the years and I’m so impressed with everything she’s done with her life–including self-publishing this beautifully-laid-out book.

To read more of Natalie’s writings, you can visit her blogs, Pajama School and Music Matters.

Thanks, What’s In My Bookbag!

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  1. says

    Thank you for sharing these free Kindle books! I really need to start reading some of them. I don’t have a Kindle, but I do have the Kindle program for my PC. How are you reading your Kindle books?

  2. Diana says

    Cool, thanks! I am a private piano teacher and follow Natalie’s piano blog. I get lots of good ideas from it!

  3. says

    I’ve been following Natalie’s Music Matters blog for, like, ever, and yours too. I never knew ya’ll knew each other. Thanks for the heads up on the ebook; I’ve had my eye on that one for a while.

  4. Amy says

    Thank you SOOOO much for sharing this book. I love Natalie’s story and could relate as I am also from Wichita (now re-homed in Texas). It was great to relate to all the local references.

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