A Seed in Good Soil
In A Seed in Good Soil; Parenting through Childhood Memories, readers get a nostalgic look at a childhood that nurtured a creative parenting style. Readers are entertained and informed as Dr. Gibson reveals how adults in the 1930's and 1940's faced the challenge of Parenting. These heartwarming stories illustrate valuable Parenting Pointers that are appropriate in today's society. Discussion questions for each anecdote stimulate interaction for small groups. Parents, grandparents, teachers, mentors, and adults of all ages will enjoy this book.
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