Free newsletter geared towards parenting, not
It is based on some general skills
and Montessori techniques. Although some of the examples seem geared
toward younger, pre-school-age children, the ultimate goals and advice can be adjusted for elementary-aged
Subtitled: Ten Busy Mothers and Daughters Came Together to Talk, Laugh, and Learn Through Their Love of Reading
Shireen Dodson's message is a powerful one: Reading, learning, and sharing ideas can help nourish a daughter's confidence, strength, spirit, and independence. A reading club offers a mother the opportunity to enjoy her daughter's burgeoning mind as she moves toward womanhood. The Mother-Daughter Book Club is not merely about books. It is about mothers and daughters, girls and women, and how reading and talking enriches our relationships with one another.
This book discusses the research (most with a sound scientific basis) and solutions on how to develop a greater appreciation/understanding for the strengths as well as the developmental challenges of both genders.
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