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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2006

    AMAZING BOOK!!

    it gives so much incite to mom'sform all different angles..and Jackie Kendall gives good examples form her own life...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2006

    the Mentoring Mom .......... Molly's Reviews

    I found the Mentoring Mom to be a highly readable, informative book. I liked the life examples offered by the author in which she lists specific trials, situations and highlights from her own life experience. As both parent and classroom teacher I am inclined to rely more heavily on those who have been `in the trenches¿ so to speak to those who offer suggestions about what might work at first glance, but have nothing to substantiate the notion. Some of the teaching we try with our own kids will work for them, and for others. And some of the teaching we attempt, especially the ideas that seem so good when on paper, or on the surface of our mind fizzle and backfire. I find a writer who can mention successes and note the near misses and total ones too, to be more credible than ones who blithely put forward much rosy and no thorn. Mentoring kids is darn hard work.

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