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Everything in this book makes so much sense when you think about birth order! Buy it and check it out for yourself. Read morePublished 1 month ago by RScott
I bought this for my son who is my first born. I read the intro and found it very interesting cause it was speaking about my son's character so I bought it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Christ4me
Wow the book is boring and really doesn't get started until the last three chapters.Published 12 months ago by Kay Bennett
This is an in depth analysis of the good and bad of being a first born biologically or functionally; based on Dr. Leman's earlier book titled "The birth order book".Published 12 months ago by Dr. Stephen Owusu-Ansah
It's a book on the firstborn advantage. Interesting read into what it means to be the firstborn.Published 13 months ago by Engineer Chick
Great book! So many things make sense about why I am the way I am, as well as my partner. If you are, have a partner or child who is, a first born then I highly recommend reading... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ray
Good read and very interesting. I'm a first born of seven. Wow what different personalities we are.Published 18 months ago by Catherine