Tony is the author of The Harwood Mysteries, an award-winning medieval historical fiction series for youth published by Loyola Press. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel from the U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps after 21 years of military service, and he now teaches law and writes a regular column in Practical Homeschooling Magazine. He also authors legal casebooks, book chapters, and journal articles on matters of constitutional law, homeschooling law, and military policy. He and his wife, Alisa, homeschooled their five children. You can learn more about him at http://www.antonykolenc.
“A slice of hope to raise faithful kids.”
This uplifting, ecumenical show uses engaging conversations and fun entertainment reviews to offer positive insights and media resources for families and youth leaders. We discuss current issues that impact young people at home, in school, and in the world today.
In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc interviews author and writing teacher M.L. Tarpley about how teaching kids to write fiction can help them both academically and emotionally, and he reviews the middle-grade novel, “Crusader King,” by Susan Peek.
Credits: A.J. Kolenc, original music; Amina Kolenc, graphic design