Bringing Up Jamie: How to Raise a Good Kid

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Inkwell Productions, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 122 pages
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I love Kids!! I have always been fascinated with their behavior. When my own son was born, I knew exactly what I wanted to create an environment for him to learn to control his own behavior, become responsible and have a positive image of himself, and at the same time be my best friend. I made raising him my number one priority, and I had a great result. Several years ago when I began thinking about my son one day having a family, I decided to write down a few thoughts to give to him when that time came. Once I began to write the words just poured out, filling four tablets. I had no idea that I would have the material for a book when I finished. But thanks to the encouragement of Dr. Bill Mundy ( who I mention in the opening credit) and others, I decided to do it. Here it is! I hope you have as positive an experience raising your kid as I had.
 

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Bob Miller has been a lecturer in Mathematics at City College in New York for nearly 30 years. He received his degrees from Brooklyn Polytechnic, and has taught at Westfield State College, Massachusetts, Rutgers, and City College of New York. His main goal is to make the study of mathematics easier and more enjoyable for today's students.

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