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Brostrom, D.C. (1997). No place like the library. School Library Journal. 3, 106-9.
 
Brostrom, D.C. (1997). No place like the library. School Library Journal. 3, 106-9.
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Campbell, C.B. (2002). Shelby county public libraries and homeschooling parents. Alabama Librarian. 1, 11-12.
 
Campbell, C.B. (2002). Shelby county public libraries and homeschooling parents. Alabama Librarian. 1, 11-12.
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Furness, A. (2008). Helping homeschoolers in the library. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.
 
Furness, A. (2008). Helping homeschoolers in the library. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.
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Furness, A. Helping homeschoolers in the library. PowerPoint presentation. http://homeschoolingandlibraries.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/helping-homeschoolers.ppt Retrieved April 1, 2008.
 
Furness, A. Helping homeschoolers in the library. PowerPoint presentation. http://homeschoolingandlibraries.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/helping-homeschoolers.ppt Retrieved April 1, 2008.
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Gemmer, T. (1987). Homeschoolers and the public library. Alki 12, 96-8.
 
Gemmer, T. (1987). Homeschoolers and the public library. Alki 12, 96-8.
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Gemmer, T. (1991). The library response to homeschooling. Alki. 3, 20-3.  
 
Gemmer, T. (1991). The library response to homeschooling. Alki. 3, 20-3.  
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Isenberc, E.J. (2007). What have we learned about homeschooling? Peabody Journal of Education. 82 (2/3), 387-409.
 
Isenberc, E.J. (2007). What have we learned about homeschooling? Peabody Journal of Education. 82 (2/3), 387-409.
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Kaplan, P. (2001). Reaching out to homeschooling families: Services and programs. Illinois Libraries. 1, 44-6.
 
Kaplan, P. (2001). Reaching out to homeschooling families: Services and programs. Illinois Libraries. 1, 44-6.
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Kleist-Tesch, J.M. (1998). Homeschoolers and the public library. Journal of Youth Services in Libraries. 3, 231-41.
 
Kleist-Tesch, J.M. (1998). Homeschoolers and the public library. Journal of Youth Services in Libraries. 3, 231-41.
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Klipsch, P.R. (1995). An educated collection for homeschoolers. Library Journal. 120(2), 47-50.
 
Klipsch, P.R. (1995). An educated collection for homeschoolers. Library Journal. 120(2), 47-50.
Langford, J, & Lee, C (2000). Learning about books and libraries: A gold mine of games. Fort Atkinson, WI: Alleyside Press.
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Langford, J. & Lee,C. (2003). Learning about books and libraries 2. Upstart Books. Fort Atkinson, WI: Upstart Books.
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Lerch, M.T. & Welch, J. (2004). Serving homeschooled teens and their parents. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.
 
Lerch, M.T. & Welch, J. (2004). Serving homeschooled teens and their parents. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.
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Madden, S.B. (1992). Learning at home: Public library service to homeschoolers. Alki. 3, 20-2.
 
Madden, S.B. (1992). Learning at home: Public library service to homeschoolers. Alki. 3, 20-2.
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McCarthy, A. & Andersen, D.L. (2006-2007). Homeschoolers at the public library: Are library services and policies keeping pace? JLAMS. 3(1), 5-44.
 
McCarthy, A. & Andersen, D.L. (2006-2007). Homeschoolers at the public library: Are library services and policies keeping pace? JLAMS. 3(1), 5-44.
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McLean, C. (2001). Outreach to homeschoolers. Alki 3,13.  
 
McLean, C. (2001). Outreach to homeschoolers. Alki 3,13.  
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Ray, B.D. (2004). Homeschoolers on to college: What research shows us. The Journal of College Admission. 184, 5-11.
 
Ray, B.D. (2004). Homeschoolers on to college: What research shows us. The Journal of College Admission. 184, 5-11.
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Sheffer, S. (1995). A sense of self: Listening to homeschooled adolescent girls. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers, Inc.
 
Sheffer, S. (1995). A sense of self: Listening to homeschooled adolescent girls. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers, Inc.
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Scheps, S.G. (1999). Homeschoolers in the library. School Library Journal. 2, 38-9.  
 
Scheps, S.G. (1999). Homeschoolers in the library. School Library Journal. 2, 38-9.  
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Scheps, S.G. (1998). The librarian’s guide to homeschooling resources. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.
 
Scheps, S.G. (1998). The librarian’s guide to homeschooling resources. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.
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Slattery, A. (2005). In a class of their own: as more families turn to homeschooling, public libraries can be an invaluable resource. School Library Journal. 8, 44-6.  
 
Slattery, A. (2005). In a class of their own: as more families turn to homeschooling, public libraries can be an invaluable resource. School Library Journal. 8, 44-6.  
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Wichers, M. (2001). Homeschooling: Adventitious or detrimental for proficiency in higher education. Education. 122(1), 145-150.
 
Wichers, M. (2001). Homeschooling: Adventitious or detrimental for proficiency in higher education. Education. 122(1), 145-150.

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Anderson, E. (1996).Homeschooling and libraries--An intimate view. Alki. 12, 22-3.

Brostrom, D.C. (1995). A guide to homeschooling for librarians. Fort Atkinson, WI: Highsmith Press.

Brostrom, D.C. (1997). No place like the library. School Library Journal. 3, 106-9.

Campbell, C.B. (2002). Shelby county public libraries and homeschooling parents. Alabama Librarian. 1, 11-12.

Furness, A. (2008). Helping homeschoolers in the library. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.

Furness, A. Helping homeschoolers in the library. PowerPoint presentation. http://homeschoolingandlibraries.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/helping-homeschoolers.ppt Retrieved April 1, 2008.

Gemmer, T. (1987). Homeschoolers and the public library. Alki 12, 96-8.

Gemmer, T. (1991). The library response to homeschooling. Alki. 3, 20-3.

Isenberc, E.J. (2007). What have we learned about homeschooling? Peabody Journal of Education. 82 (2/3), 387-409.

Kaplan, P. (2001). Reaching out to homeschooling families: Services and programs. Illinois Libraries. 1, 44-6.

Kleist-Tesch, J.M. (1998). Homeschoolers and the public library. Journal of Youth Services in Libraries. 3, 231-41.

Klipsch, P.R. (1995). An educated collection for homeschoolers. Library Journal. 120(2), 47-50.

Lerch, M.T. & Welch, J. (2004). Serving homeschooled teens and their parents. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.

Madden, S.B. (1992). Learning at home: Public library service to homeschoolers. Alki. 3, 20-2.

McCarthy, A. & Andersen, D.L. (2006-2007). Homeschoolers at the public library: Are library services and policies keeping pace? JLAMS. 3(1), 5-44.

McLean, C. (2001). Outreach to homeschoolers. Alki 3,13.

Ray, B.D. (2004). Homeschoolers on to college: What research shows us. The Journal of College Admission. 184, 5-11.

Sheffer, S. (1995). A sense of self: Listening to homeschooled adolescent girls. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers, Inc.

Scheps, S.G. (1999). Homeschoolers in the library. School Library Journal. 2, 38-9.

Scheps, S.G. (1998). The librarian’s guide to homeschooling resources. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.

Slattery, A. (2005). In a class of their own: as more families turn to homeschooling, public libraries can be an invaluable resource. School Library Journal. 8, 44-6.

Wichers, M. (2001). Homeschooling: Adventitious or detrimental for proficiency in higher education. Education. 122(1), 145-150.

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