When your Child is 6 to 12: Middle childhood is the last good chance to hold your child close
Parents have been over-run with child-rearing manuals for infants and advice for relating to teens. But little has been offered to parents whose children are in middle childhood. Here's a wise voice in the field of parenting literature, addressing the particular delights and difficulties of this stage in a child's life.
We've been over-run with child-rearing manuals for infants. We've been swamped with advice for relating to teens. But little has been offered to parents whose children are in middle childhood! John. M. Drescher, a wise voice in the field of parenting literature (whose books have sold more than 400,000 copies), addresses particular delights and difficulties of this stage in a child's life.
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As a grandmother, I purchased this book to read myself and pass on to my daughter. We forget so quickly just how much of an influence we are in our grandchildrens life. When you raise your children ... Read full review
Review: When Your Child Is Six to TwelveUser Review - Virginia Mcpeak - Christianbook.com
Mother's group really enjoyed reading the book and viewing the video. Reinforced the importance of this age in rasing their children. Good discussions were drawing from each segment. Read full review
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