Question: I am working on a homeschoolers hand book which covers more to do with aspects the educator needs to take in board before the teaching itself, the prerequisite of a good educator to out it simply, then it moves on to cross curricular education etc….what advise can you give when approaching publishers with this.
As so often the doors close, and now do to the recession I doubt there is much chance particularly in the Muslim market which my aim at the moment. I can edit it to suit the non Muslim audience but the deen and the basic zikr and atmosphere or speech naturally goes back to islam, so I will have to try extra extra hard to take out the basic things like inshallaah, Alhamdulillah etc.
Anyway share your thoughts is there a market from your experience on homeschooling books for home educators.
Can you answer this question? Please post your advice below.
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