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Parenting - - In This Issue -

Ex­tra read­ing from our shop

Hannah Dick­son, mother of two Ev­ery­thing a par­ent needs to know about cre­at­ing a strong, lov­ing fam­ily

cul­ture in which to raise re­silient and char­ac­ter-filled kids is in this book. It's a

rel­e­vant and inspiring read.


by Michael Grose 36.90 $


Kids need strong, con­fi­dent lead­er­ship from their

par­ents. To­day's kids live with pres­sures that pre­vi­ous

gen­er­a­tions didn't have to face. In this no-non­sense

book, par­ent­ing ed­u­ca­tor Michael Grose shows us how

to be con­fi­dent fam­ily lead­ers, able to de­velop real

char­ac­ter and re­silience in our kids – the keys to their

fu­ture suc­cess in this ever-chang­ing world. I just don't like the sound of no!

by Ju­lia Cook 18.90 $


No is RJ'S least fa­vorite word... and he tries his best to

con­vince his dad, his mum, and his teacher to turn

no into maybe or we'll see or later or I'll think about

it. Even though he doesn't have much suc­cess, RJ

keeps ar­gu­ing un­til his teacher sug­gests that he tries

to join her class­room's 'Say yes to no club.' An­drea Stringer, mother of two Plenty of kids strug­gle with know­ing when to stop fight­ing for their way, lead­ing to ex­as­per­ated par­ents and pat­terns of ar­gu­ing and ha­rass­ment that don't help any­one. This book ex­plains how RJ learns the valu­able art of ac­cept­ing no for an an­swer and how to dis­agree ap­pro­pri­ately.

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