Raising Compassionate, Courageous Children in a Violent World
In an increasingly violent and uncaring world, how can parents teach children the qualities of kindness, courage, and decency? Based on the latest research and using testimony from parents, educators, and other experts, this guidebook shows how to raise children who are able to love and trust, help others in need, take a stand against intolerance, and more.
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