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Listas Para Padres: Que Hacer y Que No

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This is a handy reference with practical, kid-tested ideas to help parents deal with everything from monsters in the closet to unsolicited criticism of parenting abilities.
Paperback, 1era Edicion, 265 pages
Published September 2010 by Lumen (first published June 1st 1997)
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wonderful book of lists for parents...quick tips for almost everything!
Chock full of little morsels of goodness! I like lists, too.
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