Childrearing books abound, but it is rare to find one that addresses such a wide range of kid behaviors–and in such a humorous, compassionate way. Topics include impatience, greediness, unreasonableness, swearing, texting, and so on–all the things that worry and stress parents intent on raising well-adjusted, well-mannered children. Author Jean Tracy’s expertise is readily apparent as she addresses these issues and provides strategies via family discussions that are sure to help ensure better conduct. Character Building for Kids Cartoon Guide to Good Manners with Family Discussions is a sure-bet for parents in need of sage advice–and a smile, too. And making it even better, it’s an e-book, inexpensive and ready for purchase via Amazon’s Kindle. Be sure to also visit Ms. Tracy’s KidsDiscuss website and sign up for her newsletter, too.
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I appreciate your kind words about Character Building: Cartoon Guide to Good Manners. It helps create fun parent-child discussions about how to act. By helping children come up with their own solutions, it is hoped they’ll make better choices. Good-by nagging. Hello manners.
In turn, I love your book, Other-Wise and School-Wise, Carol. It’s filled with suggestions both parents and teachers find helpful.
Jean Tracy, MSS