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The 7 Habits of Happy Kids by Sean Covey
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Dec 04, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: childrens-books, own-copy
Recommended to Jan by: goodreads
Recommended for: any parent with young children
Read in November, 2008

Covey did a great job with this little book that is wonderful for kids (and wouldn't hurt several adults I know). The illustrations are great and the characters he's chosen to "tell" his stories all have special traits so that no child should be left out. My favorite was Jumper and the Lost Butterfly Net as I think listening is a lost skill. The Parents' Corner will aid those who are otherwise unable or too busy to find ways to change their child's behavior and this will get them on the right track. Most "help" books are written in such generalized terms that some parents are still left not knowing what to do. This will not only keep them on track but perhaps allow them to develop a good habit themselves. I think developing a poster of The 7 Habits Tree for sale would be an excellent reminder for kids to have displayed and the book is a great gift for any parent.
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