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The book is very easy to understand and has games that adults can play with children.
Recently, my son invited a friend over, so we reviewed the tips on "How to Be a Good Playdate Host," and the afternoon went great!
We read one tip from this book each night before we read stories to our kids ages 8, 7, & 5.
It was good but I felt it could offer more examples. I think with more examples it would be more personal and not so boring.Published 17 days ago by Daniel Rogers
This is the best book. I have kids age rang 7-12 and they all have read it and we discuss it together. It's a great tool, especially for getting ready to go back to school.Published 21 days ago by Christa G Hill
All kids need a reminder now and then.
Scratch that. All PEOPLE need a reminder now and then.
This book is great for everybody. Read more
This book is very strange, with some really strange advice for children. When reading it, I had a difficult time differentiating the advice. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Laura Stark
Writing style conversational, but too wordy for age-group to whom kindergarten-style graphics appeal. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ann Daciuk
It's a book with lots of lists. Social skills are hard for my child since they are usually subtle and unclear to him. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Super easy to read. Got this for our daughter who has ADD and some boundary/cue reading issues. This offered easy, and easy to remember, straight forward solutions that she has... Read morePublished 12 months ago by K. Reischauer
The book has plenty of tips and thought-provoking content. It's also well organized by subject. However, the organizational style and vocabulary isn't suited for kids younger than... Read morePublished 12 months ago by E. Andrews
Covers every topic and can be applied to any age. It's a great way to address issues with a child.Published 13 months ago by Tracy