The Ultimate Baby-sitter's Handbook: So You Wanna Make Tons of Money?

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Price Stem Sloan, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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It's easy to be the best baby-sitter on the block with this portable, easy-to-read guide packed with everything kids need to know to operate a profitable baby-sitting business. If you want to know how to let customers know you're available, gain parents' trust, make the KTW (Kid to Watch) trust you...this rewarding book has the skinny! Loaded with lots of funny illustrations and anecdotes, plus important information on handling emergencies, tips and tricks for staying awake and keeping kids busy, several "Do's" and "Don't's" checklists and cool, easy-to-make recipes, The Ultimate Baby-sitter's Handbook is perfect for girls and boys alike. And it's value priced to fit every baby-sitter's budget!

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Anyone wanting to make decent money as a babysitter (and that includes solo's, grandparents etc) should approach the role as a professional would. That means you do DUE DILIGENCE. That means you buy ALL the instruction books and read them. (They are a tax deductable item, BYW.) Start with b009jpuq0g by Hanna Fonda. Great advice. You can earn a heap of dosh if you invest in your own training. Been there. Done that.  


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