What Do You Do, Dear?

What Do You Do, Dear?
Title What Do You Do, Dear? PDF eBook
Author Sesyle Joslin
Publisher Paw Prints
Pages 0
Release 2009-10-05
Genre Etiquette for children and teenagers
ISBN 9781442077010

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More advice on proper behavior in a variety of social situations.

Raising a Son

Raising a Son
Title Raising a Son PDF eBook
Author Don Elium
Publisher Celestial Arts
Pages 346
Release 2012-01-04
Genre Family & Relationships
ISBN 0307785769

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Boys pose special challenges for today’s stressed parents. In Raising A Son, the Eliums embrace the challenges--and the joys--of raising boys with compassion, commitment, experience, patience, and humor. This fully updated and expanded edition follows the psychological development of boys from infancy to young adulthood. Look for new sections on: • media and violence • the “boy code” • age-appropriate morality • the out-of-control son • triggers for aggression • when and how to get help • coping with guilt • the highly sensitive son • triggers for withdrawal • why he gets overwhelmed • hypersensitivity and ADD • the right role models

The Booklist

The Booklist
Title The Booklist PDF eBook
Author
Publisher
Pages 982
Release 1961
Genre Books
ISBN

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Dear Young Friend

Dear Young Friend
Title Dear Young Friend PDF eBook
Author Stanley Weintraub
Publisher Stackpole Books
Pages 208
Release 2017-12-01
Genre History
ISBN 0811767140

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Just a few of the words of presidential wisdom found in Dear Young Friend: “I rejoice that you have learnt to write,…for as this is done with a goosequill, you know the value of a goose.” –Thomas Jefferson, to his granddaughter, Cornelia Randolph “As to the whiskers, having never worn any, do you not think people would call it a bit of silly affection if were to begin now?” –Abraham Lincoln to Grace Bedell “If we are successful [in the election], it will not be handsome behavior for any of my family to exhibit exultation or talk boastingly, or be in vain about it.” –Rutherford B. Hayes, to his son “Ruddy” “The other sixty cents are for my other six grandchildren. They are not born yet.” –Theodore Roosevelt, to Marjorie Sterrett, who was collecting dimes to fund a battleship “The John Birchers are just Ku Klux without the nightshirts.” –Harry Truman to David S. McCracken “If you really believe, you will see them. My [Irish] ‘little people’ are very small, wear tall black stovepipe hats, green coats and pants, and have long, white beards.” –John Kennedy to Mark Aaron Perdue Presidents since Washington have written to children. Chief executives prior to the overwhelmingly busy present even went through the White House mail themselves, choosing what to answer—a task in the e-mail age now impossible. Some earlier presidents, even as late as Eisenhower, confided opinions to young people that they rarely confessed to their peers. The letters range in subject form the monumental to the immaterial—although almost nothing is insignificant to a child.

Library Journal

Library Journal
Title Library Journal PDF eBook
Author
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Pages 1348
Release 1961
Genre Libraries
ISBN

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Educational Leadership

Educational Leadership
Title Educational Leadership PDF eBook
Author
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Pages 600
Release 1961
Genre Education
ISBN

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School Libraries

School Libraries
Title School Libraries PDF eBook
Author
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Pages 1148
Release 1961
Genre School libraries
ISBN

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