Unschooling websites and blogs as well as general websites with unschooling info:http://www.unschooling.info/http://home.earthlink.net/~fetteroll/rejoycing/http://sandradodd.com/unschoolinghttp://sandradodd.com/pamsorooshianhttp://mae.kowalke.info/unschooling_become.shtml
(on becoming unschoolers)http://mae.kowalke.info/unschooling_what.shtml
(what unschooling is)http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/H...schooling.htmlhttp://www.danielleconger.com/Homesc...lcomehome.htmlhttp://homeschooling.gomilpitas.com/...nschooling.htmhttp://www.homeedmag.com/
Lots and lots of articles and discussion lists are linked to those. Days of reading for those who want to find out more about how real families unschool. I honestly think web resources are probably the best way to learn about what real families do and don't do. Subscribing to several discussion lists can really help people find their way
Parenting a Free Child by Rue Kream
Moving a Puddle by Sandra Dodd, guaranteed to make you think.
The Natural Child: Parenting from the Heart, by Jan Hunt
The Unschooling Handbook by HSC’s own Mary Griffith
The Unprocessed Child: Living an Unschooled Life by Valerie Fitzenreiter
Teenage Liberation Handbook by Grace Llewellyn. Especially recommended for teens and recovering, schooled adults, full of ways to learn outside of school.
How Children Fail and How Children Learn by John Holt. Primarily about schoolchildren, but his sensitive observations about children and their learning processes are priceless.
Fundamentals of Homeschooling, by Ann Lahrson-Fisher. While not strictly an unschooler's book , I especially like how it focuses on play and conversation as two of the most important ways children learn.
The Book of Learning and Forgetting and Reading Without Nonsense by Frank Smith. Written more for teachers than homeschoolers, give excellent, well researched information about the process of learning.