The Life-smart Kid: Teaching Your Child to Use Good Judgement in Every Situation

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Prima Pub., 1995 - Family & Relationships - 272 pages
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Assists parents in showing their children how to examine important subjects like drugs, sex, rules, and laws and how to use good judgment concerning them, how to increase their self-knowledge, avoid irresponsibility, and rebound from mistakes. IP.

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Kids may be computer-literate, environmentally aware, and exposed to new ideas daily, but do they have common sense? Probably not, according to Greene (Kids Who Underachieve, LJ 4/1/86), but he ... Read full review

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Introduction
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h a p t e r 2
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chapt e r 4
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