At Homeschool Literature, we’re always looking for more books and stories to review. Below you’ll find a list of books that are open for review, but we’ll accept any review of a book on our site! Simply follow the infographic below and click the HUGE check mark to submit your review! 

OH… and by the way… Publishers, we would really appreciate review copies.  Our libraries are proving very slow in helping us find copies of these books.


Authors and publishers, do you have a book that includes a homeschooled character? Would you like to see your book included on

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  1. agnesa99 says:

    How can I write and submit a review? I read “stargirl”…and would love to review it! <3

    • JamieGaddy says:

      Hi agnesa99 – all you need to do is click on the big button above and submit your review into our form! Thanks so much!

  2. Lisa McKenzie says:

    Hi, I would be very happy to write a review of the Moody Series by Sarah Maxwell. They are fantastic books and have really made an impression on our family!

  3. vstarmountain says:

    “The Dog that Dug for Dinosaurs” by Shirley Raye Redmond is an excellent book for kids. It is non fiction. Along with “Blind Tom, Prairie Dog for the President, Patriots in Petticoats and The Giant Squid. Not just reading but history and science too!

  4. I didn’t see the form either, but would be happy to review the Railway Children, Swallows & Amazons and Nim’s Island — books I have on our “too read” pile and which I’m eager to read myself.

  5. Tara Conrad says:

    I would love to write reviews for you but I don’t see anywhere to sign up.

    • Joy says:

      Click on the button on the right side of the page and fill out the form in order to do a book review for us. I look forward to your review!

  6. Tammy Foster says:

    My daughter and myself would be interested in reviewing books. Additionally, if you also like to showcase books written by homeschoolers you should definitely add the Inheritance Cycle, that begins with Eragon, written by Christopher Paolini. He was 15 years old when he began writing the first book of the series.

    • Joy says:

      Click on the button on the right side of the page and fill out the form in order to do a book review for us. Thank you very much for the book recommendations. I will definitely be looking into adding them!

  7. Here is a title to add to the list: Little Men, Louisa May Alcott. It is the quintessential book that models home education. It is endearing and entertaining!

  8. TN Lizzie says:

    Your contact form is missing, but the 5 of us are willing to write reviews for you.
    I am currently leading 4 teens through The One Year Adventure Novel, and should have 4 new books by homeschoolers this calendar year! (See )

    • JamieGaddy says:

      Sorry about the form… it should be working fine now. We would love for you to review some of our books. Just submit them by clicking on the graphic with the check mark – above.

  9. Linda says:

    One of the main characters of the Kane Chronicles was homeschooled.

  10. Monica O'Connor says:

    Maire Mullarney published “Anything School can do, you can do better” in 1983. It tells of her 11 children learning at home. It’s wonderful. I think it’s out of print but copies are available on ebay etc.

  11. Janet says:

    I’m reading through some books with my daughter Samantha. We’ll come back and leave some reviews.
    I love the selection of homeschool books written by homeschoolers!! More homeschoolers should know about this! Thanks for listing them.

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