ABOUT THE PEACEFUL PRESS
“The question is not, — how much does the youth know? when he has finished his education — but how much does he care? and about how many orders of things does he care? In fact, how large is the room in which he finds his feet set? and, therefore, how full is the life he has before him?”
Our mission at The Peaceful Press is to provide resources that promote family connection around learning. We believe that the early childhood years are best spent reading aloud, creating, spending time in nature, and experiencing the world. We facilitate this through our thoughtful parent guides that include clear direction for activities that highlight beautiful literature, promote meaningful conversations, and engage children in creative projects and play.
Jennifer Pepito is the mother of seven children, who she has homeschooled from the beginning. Her oldest daughter is a law student studying abroad, and her oldest son is an honors business student at a nearby university.
When she discovered that her second daughter had learning disabilities, Jennifer became an avid student of child development, learning from innovators and researchers such as Carol Stock Kranowitz, Gordon Neufield, Jane Healy, Maria Montessori, Kim John Payne, and Charlotte Mason. The Peaceful Press resources were born out of these years of research, and Jennifer has a passion to equip families to homeschool in a way that is developmentally appropriate, spiritually nourishing, and based on proven methods of education.
She is a regular contributor for the Wild and Free homeschool community, and has been published in several online journals and print articles.
Follow her on instagram, @JenniferPepito
Jennifer is still in the midst of homeschooling her youngest children, but is available to speak at a limited number of events each year. If you are interested in having Jennifer speak at your next event, fill out this form to get the conversation started: