365 Wacky, Wonderful Ways to Get Your Children to Do what You Want

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Parenting Press, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 102 pages
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When children whine, tease and dawdle, if they hit the baby or hide out when it's bedtime, then Mom and Dad can take a breather and charge up their parenting batteries with this upbeat book. For each typical early childhood issue, Crary offers hundreds of quick and easy suggestions to solve the problem. For grocery-store tantrums, there are two pages alone! If your customers are convinced their kids are trying to drive them crazy, 365 Wacky, Wonderful Ways . . . will help parents regain calm -- and control.

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Contents

About This Book
5
Developmental Issues
17
Safety Conflicts
33
Trouble Between Kids
45
Public Parenting
79
Just for Parents
93
Other Books to Look At
99
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About the author (1995)

Parent educator for more than 20 years and author of more than 30 books.

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