Getting Along with Brothers and Sisters

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Augsburg, 1994 - Religion - 124 pages
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How can a child love, or even tolerate, a brother or sister who is a tease and who puts down everything he tries? This book offers support and advice for children ages 8-12 who struggle with jealously, competetiveness, and feelings of inadequacy.

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William L. Coleman, a pastor, teacher and author, is best known for his bestselling devotional books for young people. A graduate of Washington Bible College and Grace Theological Seminary, he has written over seventy-five magazine articles.

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