Growing Up Great: Positive Solutions for Raising Confident, Self-Assured Children

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Berkley Books, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 180 pages
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Children need skills to make decisions, act responsibly, communicate with others, and think independently. And to guide kids in the right direction, parents need skills, too. This reassuring, practical book offers parents down-to-earth advice on such common problems as sibling rivalry, peer pressure, and misbehavior in school.

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CHAPTER 1The Middle Childhood Years
CHAPTER 2Good Kids Great Kids

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Donna G. Corwin is a parenting expert and author of a number of books, including "Time-Out for Toddlers, The Time-Out Prescription, The Challenging Child", and "Parent Traps". She has also written hundreds of articles on parenting, health, and lifestyles for national magazines. She lives with her husband and tween daughter in Los Angeles.

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