Diggin' Up Worms: Boys Will Be Boys

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Tate Publishing, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 64 pages
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I know Momma and Daddy agree about playing marbles for keeps. That it is gambling. When I play marbles for keeps, I just don't tell them. That makes it okay. Maybe. I know I don't agree with them on this decision. Boys do that sometimes. They don't tell their momma and their daddy things they should tell them. It's confusing why we do this. Some things you just don't tell. It's the rules. Drag racing down the hill on bicycles. Fighting. Playing marbles for keeps.
Do you work with children? Do you train people to work with children? Do you have children of your own? If you do, then Diggin' Up Worms: Boys Will Be Boys is a great resource for you! Based on experiences from his own childhood, author Dr. Hal Ritter has written a wonderful account of how elementary-school-age boys grow and how they learn about themselves, life, and God. It is a delightful, humorous look at the journey of childhood as seen through the eyes of a child.
 

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Contents

Getting Started
9
Boys Like to Roam
13
Boys Like Bicycles
19
Boys Like Water
25
Boys Like Cars
29
Boys Like Pets
33
Being a Boy Is Hard
39
Boys Think About God
41
Boys Like to Learn
45
Boys Like Music
51
Trying to Figure it Out
55
Moving On
59
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