Hints on Child Training

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Great Expectations Book Company, 1999 - Education - 208 pages
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This may be the only child training book you will ever need! You will discover, as thousands of other parents have, the valuable insights written a hundred years ago by Henry Clay Trumbull. He shares very frankly from his lifetime experiences with teaching children and raising eight of his own. These are working principles, written with warmth, love, and wisdom, not untried theories. This book has been called "the best single volume on the subject of child training ever written" and is a refreshing change from today's psychological approach to discipline.

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User Review  - Michelle Hutchison - Christianbook.com

A must for any parent. Incredible advice from someone over a hundred years ago shows that we still face the same struggles in parenting. It made me really think about the ways that I interact with my kids. I can't recommend it highly enough! Read full review

User Review  - Lindy - Christianbook.com

I wish I'd found this book earlier. Yes, the language is old and a little difficult, but I found that part of the appeal. Each chapter had some gem in it. I would say it is not so much a book full of ... Read full review

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