Chores Without Wars: Turning Dad and Kids from Reluctant Stick-in-the Muds to Enthusiastic Team Players
Valuable information in a fun, illustrated and "do-able" format, this book teaches how to enlist the whole family in getting chores done, through teamwork. Through a 10-step process of changing the way a family operates, the book explains how to create opportunities for closeness, shared decision-making, and skill development.
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