All six of my children, going back to the early 1990's, were home schooled. Many of them were avid readers who enjoyed reading stories about children their own age, but because all contemporary children fiction books back then were set in a regular school environment, my children were not able to ready stories that had home schoolers as characters. This was understandable since home schooling was rarer back then. However, as the years went by and the number of home schoolers grew into the millions, I looked forward to finding fiction books about home schoolers. I found out it was harder to find than a Bible in a public school.
Recognizing an unmet demand, my wife and I wrote The Lost Da Vincis, a story of four home school siblings who "lose" their parents in a science experiment gone wrong. The book tells the story of how they find their lost parents.
The purpose of this blog is to help readers find fiction books about home schoolers and also to encourage more writers to write books about home schoolers. With modern publishing resources, it is incredibly easy to find an audience for books about home schoolers. I welcome writers to consider adding to the Home School Adventurers series so home schoolers have a easy way to find books about home school children.