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Bringing Up a Moral Child

by Michael Schulman

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Many of today's parents struggle to raise their children without the help of an extended family or religious training. They want to give their children a strong sense of moral values, but they don't know how. The revised and updated edition of Bringing Up a Moral Child is the perfect book for parents who are concerned about their children's moral development. In this practical, intelligent, and inspiring book, child psychologists Michael Schulman and Eva Mekler don't dictate which moral values should be taught; instead, they show parents how to teach children their own set of values. Using role-playing, scripts, games, and a host of other easy-to-follow techniques, Schulman and Mekler offer a straightforward, progressive program designed for modern parents who want to like their children, not just love them.… (more)

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