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    for our Roman Catholic families with special-needs children

    This new review of Simply Classical comes from a homeschooling mom of 4.

    On her blog, she links to a small online group for Catholic homeschoolers of high-functioning children with autism. If anyone is interested:

    Excellence in Education for Any Child

    Thanks for linking to the review! I'm Catholic too and it's nice to see other Catholic moms educating with similar goals I know your book has been a lifesaver (and sanity saver) for me with our adoptive daughter!