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The Original 21 Rules of This House Paperback – December, 1993
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However, like another reviewer I would like to state that these rules are cumbersome and reptitive. Turn off what you turn on, shut what you open etc.
These have been used in our home and will be used in the future as my younger children grow up. They are used as discussion items for what the rules in our home are right now. Be obedient to your parents, don't create extra work for others, be respectful. These are some of our own family rules. And we use the coloring pages and 21 rules as examples of what we expect.
I would probably not pay the money for this book again. However, having it in our home is not a mistake and it has lent itself to our own home rules.
It's made of material that will last. While I wish the rules weren't numbered, it is very basic and easy for kids to understand.
Most of the rules our kids have already learned, but the If I open it, I close it rule is posted all over our home!