The most controversial book on education ever written!
Homeschooling supporter or not, this book lives up to the claim that it is the most controversial book on education to ever be written.
It has the power to change the conversation about school forever. And while More Blood is non-fiction, it is anything but dull!
Personal stories, forgotten histories, secret motives, and dark sciences make this book a true page-turner. The deeper you read, the more that’s revealed.
More Blood is broken into three parts: The Place Without Love, The Evolution of Tyranny, and A Programmable Man. When you get to Part 3, you won’t want to believe what you read, but won’t be able to help reflecting on it for the rest of your life. Part 3 will blow your mind! You’ll never look at school the same.
If you have school-aged children, you must read More Blood – you have to know what school is really doing to them!
Click here to read a free sample
Part 1: The Stairway to Hell.
In it, you’ll discover a taste of the stories that bring this book to life. More Blood is available in Paperback for $17.99 and digital versions for $9.99.
Join the Discussion!
Whether you agree or disagree, you voice is important. Over the next few months, Britton will be speaking about topics in More Blood and we’d love for you to join the conversation! On Sep. 11, at 8:00 p.m. we are teaming up with the iHomeschool Network for a LIVE interview to talk about two major myths of public education. Or, make your voice heard by using #MoreBlood.
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