101 Ways to Tell Your Child "I Love You"
In this endearing collection, the “guru of mommies” offers a wealth of ways to remind children that they are loved. The book's imaginative, hands-on activities and projects help prove the adage that actions speak louder than words. They all can be implemented with little preparation and at little or no cost, making the book a boon for today’s busy families.
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