Checked out Tim Tebow's book at the library the other day:
I read it for two reasons.
1. He's a well known celebrity who was homeschooled as a child and, of course, that is intriguing.
2. Come on...have you looked at him? *swoon*
I brought the book home and within five minutes my son absconded with it and proceeded to read it over the next five days. He gave it a two-thumbs-up.
What I Liked: Mr. Tebow related so many instances in his life where his faith and homeschooling were absolutely beneficial in his success. He was very inspriring. I appreciated the fact that he is unapologetic about his beliefs. His personal drive is incredible.
What Was....'Meh': He seemed to 'hold back' a little. Topics where I was hoping he would go in depth, he just skimmed with basic facts. And there was quite a bit of technical 'football speak' that glazed my eyes over.
Overall, as a homeschooling mom, this book was wonderful to read in how homeschooling really shapes the character and lives of our children. Mr. Tebow is such a positive role model for young men (and ladies) everywhere! If you aren't interested in football, you can skim over those parts and still come away with a very inspiring read.
And the pictures aren't bad, either.