A friend wrote to ask if I had heard of or read this book. I had not, but I loved the title, and it was a slim little volume that I had to order from a small press. It felt like an important book to purchase: reading someone who did not have the backing of the large chains, but could come up with a title like this.
Each very short chapter was stories about her daughters who she has home educated. She writes metaphorically of their unconventional approach to education and a way to approach writing. It was sweet and simple and easy to read in an evening. I especially like her stories about Grandma and the recorder. Reminds me of why I write.
You probably won't find it at B & N or the library. Shout out if you would like to borrow it.