Teaching Your Children Values

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Touchstone, Mar 10, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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One of the greatest gifts you can give your children is a strong sense of personal values. Helping your children develop values such as honesty, self-reliance, and dependability is as important a part of their education as teaching them to read or how to cross the street safely. The values you teach your children are their best protection from the influences of peer pressure and the temptations of consumer culture. With their own values clearly defined, your children can make their own decisions -- rather than imitate their friends or the latest fashions. In Teaching Your Children Values Linda and Richard Eyre present a practical, proven, month-by-month program of games, family ctivities, and value-building ecercises for kids of all ages.

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The authors present practical methods to teach children about values over a 12-month period. The Eyres are the authors of several parenting books (e.g., Teaching Children Joy , Ballantine, 1986) as ... Read full review

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This successful abridgment of the recent book ( LJ 3/15/93) focuses on 12 values that parents should encourage in their children: honesty, courage, peaceability, self-reliance, self-discipline ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
11
Why? When? Where? Who? What? and How?
19
Honesty
41
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Linda and Richard Eyre are the husband-and-wife team behind the #1 bestseller "Teaching Your Children Values", as well as the founders of Values Parenting, the organization that grew from the book's outstanding success. They are also hosts of a monthly segment on the "CBS Early Show.

Richard Eyre, for 10 years artistic director of the Royal National Theatre, won the Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in 1997. He lives in London.

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