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Time To Practice: A Companion For Parents

by Carrie Reuning-Hummel

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Many of us begin practice of music with our children with great enthusiasm, only to find that it is a lot more challenging than we thought it would be! In the guided journal, Time to Practice: A Companion for Parents, Carrie Reuning-Hummel shares the wisdom she has gained from practicing as a child with her parents and practicing with her own children. She also shares insights gained through her role as a Suzuki violin teacher who has helped with countless parent/child partnerships. The first half of the book takes the parent on a journey of discovery about their own motivations and gifts as well as their child's. The second half applies these discoveries to the actual practice. Far more than a simple practice journal, this book is filled with Carrie's personal stories and sage advise, plus thought-provoking exercises that lead to a deeper knowledge about the relationship between parent and child.

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