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Parents Magazine's It Worked for Me!: From Thumb Sucking to Schoolyard Fights, Parents Reveal Their Secrets to Solving the Everyday Problems of Raising Kids download ebook
ISBN:
0875964036
ISBN13:
978-0875964034
Author:
Parents Magazine
Publisher:
Yankee Books (January 1, 1997)
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Pages:
289 pages
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1811 kb
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1658 kb
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Rating:
4.2

Parents magazine's It Worked for Me! clears up these and thousands of other quandaries. Everyone knows that the best parenting advice comes from other parents.

Parents magazine's It Worked for Me! clears up these and thousands of other quandaries.

Parents magazine's It Worked for Me! clears up these and thousands of other . I found lots of tips in it. I still use the book today, even though my child is 10. Keep this book around you will use it for years to come. And the solutions come from people who have been through it all: parents just like you. With busy schedules. Based on Parents magazine's popular column, this comprehensive collection of surefire tips and proven methods covers virtually every aspect of child rearing. Parents will also find creative, real-life solutions to hundreds of everyday problems whether it's a battle over bedtime or boredom on a long car trip. You never know when you will need it!!!

A comprehensive selection of the best parenting tips and techniques from Parents magazine's popular "It Worked for Me!" column encompasses more than 2,500 pieces.

A comprehensive selection of the best parenting tips and techniques from Parents magazine's popular "It Worked for Me!" column encompasses more than 2,500 pieces of advice on topics ranging from thumb sucking to nightmares, schoolyard bullies to eating problems.

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schoolyard fights, parents reveal their secrets to solving the everyday problems of raising kids. country wrote this book, a compilation of 2500 pieces of advice from Parents Magazine's popular column "It Worked for M.

Parents magazine's it worked for me!: from thumb sucking to schoolyard fights, parents reveal their secrets to solving the everyday problems of raising kids. Hundreds of moms and dads across the country wrote this book, a compilation of 2500 pieces of advice from Parents Magazine's popular column "It Worked for M. Ideas are arranged in 16 chapters and.

It Worked for Me! : Parents Reveal Their Secets to Solving Everyday Problems - From Thumb . Your child's bedroom is overrun with nighttime monsters? Parents magazine's It Worked for Me! clears up these and thousands of other quandaries.

It Worked for Me! : Parents Reveal Their Secets to Solving Everyday Problems - From Thumb Sucking to Schoolyard Fights! by Parents' Magazine.

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Ranging from infancy through age twelve, a new guide from a renowned parenting magazine includes more than 2,500 general tips from parents, plus expert advice on more than 150 medical, emotional, and behavioral situations parents might encounter with their children. Simultaneous.
Reviews:
  • Celen
ISBN 0875963404 - Since I managed not to kill my (now adult) son without reading a single book about how to get your kid from 0 to 18 alive, I have a hard time understanding parents that live by these things. If, however, you're one of those parents who like to refer to these kinds of books, this is one I really like.

From the first year to school days, new babies to older children, from thumb sucking to recycling, this book covers far too much to consider it a good read. Instead, it's more of a reference book, the kind of thing you'd pick up for a quick but thorough answer to a question or leaf through periodically. Between the Table of Contents in the front and the Index in the back, finding what you're looking for is a breeze.

The information is concise and relatively complete. More than that, it's only very slightly dated. The greatest negative may be - and I can't say with 100% certainty - that the phone numbers and addresses throughout may or may not still be accurate and this edition (1997) doesn't include website references that I would assume a newer edition would.

- AnnaLovesBooks
  • Frdi
If you read parents magazine, this is basically those little hints from parents on various items. A fun read, but no huge secrets revealed.