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Publishers Weekly bestseller · A joyful  and accessible homeschool guide to making learning a part of everyday life

Parents who are deeply invested in their children''s education can be hard on themselves and their kids. When exhausted parents are living the day-to-day grind, it can seem impossible to muster enough energy to make learning fun or interesting. How do parents nurture a love of learning amid childhood chaos, parental self-doubt, the flu, and state academic standards?

In this book, Julie Bogart distills decades of experience--homeschooling her five now grown children, developing curricula, and training homeschooling families around the world--to show parents how to make education an exciting, even enchanting, experience for their kids, whether they''re in elementary or high school.

Enchantment is about ease, not striving. Bogart shows parents how to make room for surprise, mystery, risk, and adventure in their family''s routine, so they can create an environment that naturally moves learning forward. If a child wants to pick up a new hobby or explore a subject area that the parent knows little about, it''s easy to simply say "no" to end the discussion and the parental discomfort, while dousing their child''s curious spark. Bogart gently invites parents to model brave learning for their kids so they, too, can approach life with curiosity, joy, and the courage to take learning risks.

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“A masterpiece. This is the deepest, most meaningful book on parenting I have ever read. If you want to raise your child to be a happy learner, whether via homeschooling or conventional schooling, read this book.”
—Barbara Oakley, author of Learning How to Learn and A Mind for Numbers

“Julie Bogart’s everyday magic is her knack for combining galvanizing inspiration and hands-on practicality. Her writing is frank, funny, and full of charm. Her approach to homeschooling—and to parenting in general—emphasizes a spirit of adventure and camaraderie, placing relationship at the center of a family’s educational journey. This is the guidebook I wish I’d had when I was starting out.”
—Melissa Wiley, author of Fox and Crow Are Not Friends 

"Success in homeschooling is more about mindset than method, and relationship than academic minutiae. Julie Bogart unpacks what this looks like for her in powerful and practical ways that will inspire you to personalize your own homeschool journey."
—Heather Haupt, author of Knights in Training

"In The Brave Learner, Julie captures the essence of learning. Homeschooling is not about the schooling or even the home, but rather, it’s about people—their stories, hopes, needs, opportunities, communities, and future. The Brave Learner emphasizes this beautifully by moving between the vision and practice of homeschooling—not an easy transition to make. The book is a worthy read for any parent, whether they homeschool or not.”
—Terry Heick, founder of TeachThought

“Julie Bogart is tireless in providing ingenious and creative help for homeschoolers.”
—Peter Elbow, Professor of English Emeritus, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

“Breathes fresh life into your homeschool days."
—Ainsley Arment, founder of Wild + Free

" The Brave Learner is the book I would have adored as a young parent. Julie''s wise advice, genuine humor, and refreshing honesty wrapped me in a spirit of hope and possibility. This is a joyful book brimming with generous, practical ideas about how to live and teach at any age. I only wish I had more children!
Amy Ludwig VanDerwater, author of Forest Has a Song

"Julie’s voice is personable, encouraging, informative, and reassuring.  The Brave Learner is filled with inspirational and practical tips on helping children thrive whether you''re a homeschooling parent or not."
Charnaie Gordon, creator of Here Wee Read

About the Author

Julie Bogart is the creator of the award-winning, innovative Brave Writer program, teaching writing and language arts to thousands of families each year. She''s also the host of the popular podcast "A Brave Writer''s Life in Brief." Bogart homeschooled her five now grown children for seventeen years and is the founder of The Homeschool Alliance, which supports homeschooling parents through coaching and teaching.

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Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2019
so i would give this book a 3.5 out of 5 stars - I homeschool and I absolutely love books that give practical ideas and that encourage us moms and dads in this challenging but very rewarding endeavor. That being said what really bugged me about the book was the lack of any... See more
so i would give this book a 3.5 out of 5 stars - I homeschool and I absolutely love books that give practical ideas and that encourage us moms and dads in this challenging but very rewarding endeavor. That being said what really bugged me about the book was the lack of any reference to Jesus or going to Him for help with any of your homeschool issues/needs etc. I must have mistakenly thought the author was Christian but after reading the book I dont think she is. Also the book had ideas like let your child explore cus words and watch horror movies if they want to ... be open to how wonderful online and video games are etc. I am coming from a home where are our oldest has a gaming addiction and i sincerely blame myself for not having discernment about gaming when i was younger. A lot of the advice just did not jive with my belief system and I truly believe that God helps us and guides, equips us to walk this journey out so if we dont go to Him first all the magic in the world is not going to accomplish much eternally speaking. The constant verbiage on enchantments and magical spells in reference to creating a magical homeschool environment also bugged me. Please note that I consider myself a conservative Christian but also a very fun homeschooling mom. We have had sensory bins, hands on science, slime, art supplies and station, paint on walls, etc :) since i can remember so no fuddy duddy here:)
Would i recommend this book - maybe to my secular friends that dont mind that kind of thing. I liked her ideas about letting your kids pick what paper to write on etc as some people can really be controlling and miss the whole point of homeschooling. Homeschooling is not recreating school at home. Makes me sad to see that.
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Daniel J MacArthur
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Not really my style
Reviewed in the United States on March 14, 2019
I have enjoyed listening to Julia Bogart''s youtube/podcast. I have heard so many positive reviews about the Brave Writer curriculum that I have considered using in it (but have not). I knew from listening to her before that she takes a neutral stand in her curriculum on... See more
I have enjoyed listening to Julia Bogart''s youtube/podcast. I have heard so many positive reviews about the Brave Writer curriculum that I have considered using in it (but have not). I knew from listening to her before that she takes a neutral stand in her curriculum on religion/theology. Which I don''t have a problem with as it is teaching writing not the Bible. So going into reading this book I knew it would not be from a Christian worldview. I believe she claims to be a Christian.

There are some great practical tips in the Brave Learner that any homeschooler could apply if they were looking for more creative ways for learning. I feel like you could find most of these tips in other sources. Julia does present them in a nice way. But...

Unless you are a child centered home,child led educator, and follow "gentle" parenting some of this will will not fly for you. Probably better fitted for unschoolers, relaxed or eclectic, and secular homeschoolers. I feel that is book is filled with a lot of propaganda that most homeschoolers try to to avoid (why they don''t put their children in public school) especially if you''re a Christian. While my child means the world to me we are not a child centered home. Our home is a family home which considers all members not just the children. Where we work on our marriage- which will be longer than the amount of time my children are in my home. (Maybe if Julia and her husband had not just focused on their children they would not be divorced?) And while I do think what whatever philosophy of education you practice their will be times that you do follow your child''s lead and learn about what they are interested in. But not to the point that I would just follow that and not complete core subjects or allow my child to decided how much school she feels like doing. As the teacher and parent we are to be leaders and help/guide them in their education and life.

There are a few thing that had me shaking my head. Multiple times she degrades rote memorization. And while I know public schools do none of that anymore (or even when I was in school) most homeschoolers do especially classical and CM. Its not that you have them memorize and not understand as she implies. You have them memorize so that down the road they have knowledge to draw upon with understanding. She made the point that we live in a digital age they have calculators and the internet they don''t need to have things memorized! They just need skills to analyze the information. Really she is promoting Google IQ. And really this is a problem, public schooled adults even today and the children coming out don''t know a whole lot but yeah we have google... This one reason our culture today is falling apart we don''t know our history, or grammar, or basic math.

She really promotes the home being set up for the kids..you know they didn''t get to pick their parents or where they live or the things they have as you did being an adult so forget what you have worked for or what or have it should all be for your children. Don''t get the furniture you want or have things look nice. Example she give is if you get a new table you should dent it yourself so you don''t get upset when your child does. And get a couch that can take a beating. How about instead we teach our children to treat belongings with care and respect? She say children should just be allowed to be children. I agree they should enjoy childhood but I''m not raising my child to be a child she will be an adult one day and the habits, morals and personality she has now will be who she is as an adult.

She promotes children to not be required do chores-as there is enough time as an adult to learn these skills when they need them. If you can afford to she says to pay for cleaning services. If you can''t you can do it as a family or just do what you can and leave the rest...until it bothers you. Ask your kids if they want to help but don''t demand it. Maybe this is why there are young adults today that need "Adulting" classes, because their parents didn''t teach them basic life skills!

She also really promotes allow your child to play video games.
If your child want to experiment with cuss words allow them to or rock music or whatever they fancy... Just don''t be a controlling parent! She promotes "gentle" parenting over "authoritative" parenting. Trying to suggest parenting in a homeschooling book is hard because you parent based on your beliefs- theology will play a big role in your parenting style kinda hard to address from a neutral standing point.

The positive take away from this book building a good relationship with your child. Helping them to have creative outlets and encouraging them in learning new things and finding interest/hobbies.

Overall I would have rated this book 1.5 stars.
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Not Just For Homeschoolers
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2019
Whether you are a homeschool veteran, just warming up to the idea of homeschooling, or are looking for new ways support your schooled-kids’ spark for learning, this is the book for you. Julie Bogart shares how to create an environment in our homes and our hearts to not... See more
Whether you are a homeschool veteran, just warming up to the idea of homeschooling, or are looking for new ways support your schooled-kids’ spark for learning, this is the book for you. Julie Bogart shares how to create an environment in our homes and our hearts to not only educate our children, but parent them in a way that deepens our family connections and creates passion for learning in our children.

This is not a stuffy book about theories; it is practical and inspiring. Julie is honest and frank, drawing from her years of experience homeschooling her own children and coaching many other families along this same journey. In every chapter, Julie provides activities to do in your home, and questions to ask yourself so you can cultivate togetherness in your family and a rich learning environment, whether your kids are homeschooled or not.

I knew I had a gem in the first chapter, where Julie shares ideas for creating magic in our homes. She says, “I wanted to create a warm memorable life for my kids and myself, not just an education...Happiness shouldn’t be something to end up with; it ought to be the by-product of a whole-hearted, fully lived life.”

This is a parenting book, written through the lens of homeschooling. It is a guide I will refer back to regularly, my tool box for enchanting my children’s education. It’s not just about raising your own brave learners, it’s about becoming one yourself.
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K. Curry
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The homeschool mentor you''ve always wanted
Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2019
If you are a homeschooler, Julie Bogart is a woman you need in your life...even if it''s virtually. (And if you are not a homeschooler she can still do your family a whole world of good!) True to what we all expected, this book is packed with so much wisdom that was earned... See more
If you are a homeschooler, Julie Bogart is a woman you need in your life...even if it''s virtually. (And if you are not a homeschooler she can still do your family a whole world of good!) True to what we all expected, this book is packed with so much wisdom that was earned through experience. It is deeply encouraging and thought-provoking. It is inspiring and motivating yet not just rainbows and idealistic pretty-talk. She gives you actual, practical ideas to put action behind that inspiration! There are personal examples as well as lists of how to implement and things to try. The Brave Learner will challenge you to do better yet Julie''s voice is, as always, gentle and gracious - understanding and leaving room for our mistakes and imperfections. She''s real. I have so much highlighted I thought, "How am I ever going to be able to reference all of this good stuff later?? There''s so much here!" Alas, I happened to flip to the back page to find a comprehensive index of topics, words and page numbers...that is going to save my bacon later when I want to find particular parts! Buy this book. Read it immediately. I cannot imagine anyone regretting it!
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David G.
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The best tool for our homeschool!
Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2019
This book offers so many ideas for how to make our life and the lives of our children into one filled with joy and learning where we work together and teach one another. Julie Bogart gives us skills to allow our children to learn rather than to push them to do so.
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Carly
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Witty and authentic wisdom from the BEST education coach out there!
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2019
Whenever I worry or wonder whether we''re doing enough in our homeschool, I turn to Julie Bogart for a reality check and pep talk. The Brave Learner provides both and much more! She not only addresses issues faced daily by home educators, but also family dynamics navigated... See more
Whenever I worry or wonder whether we''re doing enough in our homeschool, I turn to Julie Bogart for a reality check and pep talk. The Brave Learner provides both and much more! She not only addresses issues faced daily by home educators, but also family dynamics navigated every day by every parent. With wit and authenticity, Julie shows us how to see, value, and engage with our children and with learning in new ways. This book is filled with practical ideas that I''m excited to implement now, as well as big, juicy ideas that I will enjoy pondering for a long time to come. I love the visual elements included in the book, including lists, charts, and graphic organizers. Plus, she''s included so many interesting and inspiring quotes at the beginning of each chapter. If you want to bring more joy and confidence to your homeschool or family relationships, this book will help you do it.
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butterflygirl80
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IF YOU ONLY READ ONE HOMESCHOOL BOOK....READ THIS ONE!
Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2019
First of all, I have been following Julie since I stumbled upon her writing program years ago. Listening to her podcasts, watching her YouTube videos, reading A Gracious Space EVERY SINGLE WEEKDAY and reading/re-reading The Writers Jungle for ideas and inspiration. When... See more
First of all, I have been following Julie since I stumbled upon her writing program years ago. Listening to her podcasts, watching her YouTube videos, reading A Gracious Space EVERY SINGLE WEEKDAY and reading/re-reading The Writers Jungle for ideas and inspiration. When things in my homeschool start to feel stale and hard, I turn to Julie. She never lets me down. She breathes life into my homeschool. My husband calls her my therapist...I think of her as my homeschool mentor. Her heart comes through in this book like I never could have imagined. Wisdom for parenting and creating the home you dream of ooze from every page. Julie seems to take you aside like a close friend whisper the secret to a happy homeschool...and it''s a paradigm shift.

Please buy this book! Buy the Audible book and listen in the morning before you start the school day! Get the companion guide to help implement the many ideas! And then please share it with all your friends whether they homeschool or send their kids to school or teach in the school system. Everyone can benefit from reading it!

One more side note: Even if you have followed Julie the way I have for years, heard all her podcasts, read her materials and don''t think you need this book because you think you have heard all she has to say....I promise you....you still need to buy this book. There is so much more she has to say! I honestly think she is going to help change education and people will one day be calling her the "Charlotte Mason" of our day.
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MSR
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A breath of fresh air from an experienced home educator
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2019
I love everything from Julie Bogart and this book is no exception. Julie has a way of speaking directly to the heart of being a home educator. When I need a pick me up in the middle of a rough day with my kids, I''ll turn to this book or perhaps one of her Gracious Space... See more
I love everything from Julie Bogart and this book is no exception. Julie has a way of speaking directly to the heart of being a home educator. When I need a pick me up in the middle of a rough day with my kids, I''ll turn to this book or perhaps one of her Gracious Space books. While much of the content of this book can be found in her podcast and youtube videos, it''s nice to have it in one printed place and there are a few new gems as well. Great job Julie! I''m so glad to have you along as an ally in our great homeschooling and life adventure.

In response to the comment that this book isn’t from a Christian view... that’s true, this is an inclusive book. It’s a book that’s meant for everyone who wants to have a hand in educating their children, even those who are not homeschoolers at all! I am sure that parents of all kinds will find many gems of wisdom in this book. Julie supports all kinds of homeschooling, including religious homeschooling. Unschoolers, classical homeschoolers, eclectic, Montessori, Waldorf... no matter how you support learning at home you will benefit from this book.
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Ol
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Dirty bathrooms ,hiring cleaning staff ?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 8, 2019
I really dislike the chapter on not cleaning or hiring cleaning staff .saying teenagers need to be in the world not the kitchen,saying housework is not rocket science .it all sounded so belittling.cooking is a skill as worthy as any other .not cleaning the kids bathroom...See more
I really dislike the chapter on not cleaning or hiring cleaning staff .saying teenagers need to be in the world not the kitchen,saying housework is not rocket science .it all sounded so belittling.cooking is a skill as worthy as any other .not cleaning the kids bathroom ,but if they are filthy cleaning it every quarter .ugh not for this family .you can home school and all chip in with t h e care of the home ,children''s learning should be vast enough to encompass this
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 2, 2020
I notice that most of the negative reviews of this book point to a lack of Jesus as being cause to reject a lot of the contents. How self-absorbed do you have to be... What illusions of grandeur do you need to uphold - to believe that the only book on home education worth...See more
I notice that most of the negative reviews of this book point to a lack of Jesus as being cause to reject a lot of the contents. How self-absorbed do you have to be... What illusions of grandeur do you need to uphold - to believe that the only book on home education worth publishing, is one that specifically references your world view and private faith? A majority of homeschooling families in the world (because families do home educate outside of America and this book is on sale elsewhere in the world!) are not Christians. This isn''t a book written specifically for the minority of global home educators who happen to believe in a Christian God. This is a book on educating children. It is not a book on raising children within a religious environment (there are other books on that). This is a homeschooling book that could be enjoyed by a Christian family, a Muslim family, a Buddhist family, a Pagan family... As well as a family who have no religious position at all. There is nothing on the cover, in the synopsis, or anywhere in any promotional material, that suggests this book is written for Christians. If you by it, and you''re surprised to find that it doesn''t mention your particular faith, even though there was nothing to suggest that it would... You need to ask yourself why you expect the world to revolve around you! If you are such an intolerant, self important individual as you don''t want to read inclusive books that can be enjoyed by everyone, but only books which pander to your need for validation at the expense of including others - you''ll need an alternative book. As a guide to home education, it leans very heavily towards unschooling and autonomous/natural learning methods. If this doesn''t sit well with you and you prefer a more structured, school-like approach, I''d avoid this book entirely. We are a semi-structured, secular family in England (which is the case for a majority of UK home educators) and this book has been a great encouragement. I also found that even though its written primarily for a US audience, the fact that it isn''t, like most North American books on home education, heavily influenced by Christianity, meant that it was very relevant to British home educators who are likely to be taking a secular approach.
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The BEST Home Education Book I''ve Read!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 29, 2020
I can''t praise this book enough, it''s hands down the most positive, joyful, realistic and enchanting book I''ve read about home education so far (and I''ve read plenty). I bought the Kindle edition and wanted to make so many notes and highlights that I ended up buying the...See more
I can''t praise this book enough, it''s hands down the most positive, joyful, realistic and enchanting book I''ve read about home education so far (and I''ve read plenty). I bought the Kindle edition and wanted to make so many notes and highlights that I ended up buying the paperback too. This is going to be my go to book for many, many years to come. Julie has so much wisdom, much of it common sense, from her 17 years of home educating her children and she writes about it in such a friendly way. It''s like having a chat with someone who is rooting for your success, rather than judging and telling you what to do. (It doesn''t make any difference that she''s writing about education from a US perspective either.) I''ve already implemented some of the ideas I got from the book (and built on things we were already doing), and I''ve seen a massive difference in my children and their positivity already! If you haven''t read this book, you absolutely need to.
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Fantastic!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 20, 2020
This book really helped me, and continues to inspire me! The idea of gently and naturally coaxing the magic back into home education really resonated with me. Many home education books are focused on "You MUST do this THIS very specific way or you''ve failed!". The Brave...See more
This book really helped me, and continues to inspire me! The idea of gently and naturally coaxing the magic back into home education really resonated with me. Many home education books are focused on "You MUST do this THIS very specific way or you''ve failed!". The Brave Learner is nothing like that. Julie Bogart encourages taking what works for you and adapting it to your home education style. Adaptable and flexible. Her writing style is joyful, relaxed, and forgiving. It feels like reading letters from a friend. I have not stopped recommending this book to other home educating parents, and have since gone on to purchase more of Bogart''s work, ''A Gracious Space: Fall: Daily Reflections to Sustain Your Homeschooling Commitment: Volume 1'', as well as her further products from her series The Brave Writer - Jot It Down, Partnership Writing, and The Arrow subscription.
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Be brave. Be Awesome. Show up.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 28, 2020
Whether you homeschool or not, this book is a must read. Julie gives you a whole new approach to not just teaching and learning but to living life. The biggest take-away message for me is - Be an Awesome Adult. Practise self-care and make adulting look appealing. We have...See more
Whether you homeschool or not, this book is a must read. Julie gives you a whole new approach to not just teaching and learning but to living life. The biggest take-away message for me is - Be an Awesome Adult. Practise self-care and make adulting look appealing. We have one life with no do-overs.
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