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The Book of New Family Traditions: How to Create Great Rituals for Holidays and Every Day Kindle Edition
|Length: 128 pages|
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Top Customer Reviews
I love that the book has specific instructions and lots of step-by-step as well as illustrations. I've watched clients who've been through a divorce struggle and by the time the divorce is over, they're out of ideas and energy. The 1-2-3 approach in this book can help even the most exhausted or depressed parent get through those first few holidays. And for those who aren't struggling to that degree, the ideas are fun, creative and different.
My only very minor complaint is that there were A LOT of religious traditions. I would have liked to see some more secular traditions. But even still, many of the religious rituals could be modified for the secular family. Really a fantastic book!
I also purchased The Joy of Family Traditions: A Season-by-Season Companion to 400 Celebrations and Activities at the same time. I've found that the books do not contain a lot of redundant information and are quite good together.
I highly recommend this book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered this book a few years ago and we have used several of the ideas from the book with our family. I give this book a thumbs up.Published 6 months ago by GiGi
Don't waste your money, you can just go to google and find all of the recommendations - lame stuff like half birthday parties.Published 12 months ago by NotPatient
I love this book! Great ideas and explanations. Ideal for a new family looking to start family traditions for a lifetime together.Published on December 3, 2013 by Luajoy
My daughter and her young family should be able to use this creative book as they grow and make many memories togetherPublished on January 11, 2013 by K. Rowse
What Meg Cox does so well is show how ritual isn't just about celebrating things, or about BIG occasions like birthdays and Christmas, but that everyday life is full of events that... Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by Amanda Bennett