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    Organizing your homeschool library bookshelves with shoebox bins

  • Home School in the Woods

    From Blog, She Wrote: "Organizing Your Homeschool Library" ... As homeschool moms, don't we ALL tend to breathe a little more rapidly as we approach the library book sale? Our pulse quickens and we get sweaty palms — like a treasure hunter whose shovel thuds as it hits a trunk. Who knows what goodies we'll find? I believe it was Diana Waring who said something like, "You can tell a homeschool mom because she has bookshelves in the bathroom!" This site will help you organize your treasures!

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