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Wonderful Ways to Love a Child | [Judy Ford]

Wonderful Ways to Love a Child

Wonderful Ways to Love a Child is a delightfully sweet and down-to-earth guide for parents who want to put love into action and give their children the very best start in life. It's a prescription for strengthening the bond between a parent and child, packed with suggestions and reassurance.
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Wonderful Ways to Love a Child is a delightfully sweet and down-to-earth guide for parents who want to put love into action and give their children the very best start in life. It's a prescription for strengthening the bond between a parent and child, packed with suggestions and reassurance.

Wonderful Ways to Love a Child offers more than 65 inspiring, true stories for building strong, nurturing, and caring families. From the emotional and moral, to the fun and frivolous, author Judy Ford helps bring more love and laughter into your life.

©1995 Judy Ford; (P)2005 Listen and Live Audio, Inc.

What the Critics Say

"Parents who want to give their kids a strong start in life will find this a fine collection of over 60 true stories which demonstrate how to build strong families." (Midwest Book Review)

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    Bill Pierson OH, USA 04-04-10
    Bill Pierson OH, USA 04-04-10

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    I just finished listening to three books on parenting; Six-Point Plan for Raising Happy, Healthy Children; Wonderful Ways to Love a Child; and ScreamFree Parenting.

    I did not agree with the author's premise regarding children, which I took to be that they are individuals that can figure out things on their own. Thus the parents' role is to allow them the freedom to explore with minimal oversight.

    However, I may very well be wrong and the author right as to the best way to raise children. However, her arguments are not well founded and appear to boil down to personal experience. While her credentials in child behavior exceed mine, they are still only opinion. What I would have preferred would be to have her arguments based upon peer reviewed research. This would have been a more persuasive approach and perhaps convinced me that her philosophy and approach to parenting is superior to mine. As it stands now, I only find myself at odds with the author and unconvinced to follow her suggestions.

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    Sibongile Johannesburg, South Africa 05-29-12
    Sibongile Johannesburg, South Africa 05-29-12
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    Would you consider the audio edition of Wonderful Ways to Love a Child to be better than the print version?

    Have not read the print version


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Wonderful Ways to Love a Child?

    Allowing and encouraging children to be individuals without worrying about how you (parent) will react to who they are becoming.


    Which scene was your favorite?

    When the author's daugher came back and wanted to share a story that was going to upset her mom and how mom encouraged her to share irrespective of how mom will feel!


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    How we were raised plays a big part in how we unconsciously parent our children, therefore its important to be a conscious parent at all times.


    Any additional comments?

    Stunning book that makes you rethink your parenting!

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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