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Children of Tomorrow: guidelines for raising happy children in the 21st century

Children of Tomorrow
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Language: English

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Children of Tomorrow: Guidelines for Raising Happy Children in the 21st Century is a new beginning for you and your children. Imagine being able to hit the reboot button and get it right this time. No hassle, no stress, and best of all - no guessing. The big revelation is that raising kids is all about games and play, relating to them as small grownups, and making all major decisions together. You will be surprised to discover how teaching kids about positive things like friendship and caring for others automatically spills into other areas of our life through the day. Open any page and you will find thought-provoking quotes about every aspect of children’s lives: parent-children relations, friendships and conflicts, and a clear picture of how schools should be designed and function. This book offers a fresh perspective on how to raise our children, with the goal being the happiness of all children everywhere.

Product Details:

Edition: Hard cover
Number of Pages: 168
ISBN #: 978-1-897448-58-8

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4 of 5 Inspiring Must Read June 6, 2011
Reviewer: Falisa Beffa from Festus, MO United States  
When purchasing a new home appliance it is inevitably accompanied by an instruction manual.  However, when the new addition comes in the form of a baby, parents are left to their own devices to determine how to properly nurture this new life.  The most important role a parent has is to serve as an example of how the child should approach life.  In order to provide the proper example, the parents must first feel whole themselves.  This book provides informative, inspirational quotes to aid in the advancement of the parents as well as the children.  I found the educational ideas presented in this book to be sound based on my past research into educational practices.  The only thing I felt this book was lacking is a more straight-forward, how-to approach to a few of the ideas suggested.  However, the text more than makes up for the lack of procedural application with its ability to inspire and motivate the reader to be a more positive example for all the children of the world.

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