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Gary Ludvigson
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Bedtime Teaching Tales For Kids: A Parent's Storybook

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A psychologist presents eighteen bedtime stories dealing with such issues as handicaps, sibling rivalry, divorce, honesty, and child abuse. Brief introductory sections present the author's professional advice for parents.
Paperback, 2 pages
Published March 1st 1989 by Mills & Sanderson, Publishers
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Jul 02, 2010 Jenny is currently reading it
The boys love this book -- it's definately for older kids because they are LONGER stories!!! There are 18 stories and each story is to help the kids learn to over come issues, equality, feeling unloved, fear of failure, need to please, feeling of inadequacy, sibling rivalry, family cooperation, dicipline, divorce, death of a loved one, crippling injury, child abuse, telling the truth, bullies, nutriotion and exercise, and bad habits.
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