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Wild Things

Wild Things

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by Dempsey James

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Paris is young, broke, and looking for a way out. She runs into a path of wild things while trying to sort out her situation. She has a thing for the neighborhood sweetheart, but her pimp Cornell has forbidden her to get close to anyone. Cornell doesn't know she is already close to someone twice her tender age. Paris starts to fumble after her oldest brother gets

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Wild Things 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
csanderf More than 1 year ago
Great book! Parents of boys Need this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great book, very well written. The author uses examples of his own or others experiences which I feel is very helpful. As I am reading this book I can relate to it when I think of my two boys and my three nephews...sometimes even my husband! ;o)
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Janna6 More than 1 year ago
I have been reading "Wild Things" and being the mother of 3 boys myself I am very impressed by what I have read so far. The book is broken down into different age groups of boys and I have Stephen in The Lovers group (5-8 years) and Philip in The Individual group (9-12). They nailed Stephen to a tee and Philip is pretty close (he is also not your typical boy). Each age group is then broken into:
1) The Way of a Boy
2) The Mind of a Boy
3) The Heart of a Boy
And then there is a Hot Topics section toward the back and I don't agree with everything in the Hot Topics section, but that would be why they are Hot Topics, right? The only thing I have personally disagreed with so far is that "Love and Logic" is recommended by the authors and I don't agree with Love and Logic methods. So like most parenting stuff out there, you have to take some of it with a grain of salt. But overall these guys got it right, especially when it comes to helping you understand your sons by breaking them down into age groups and heart, mind and behavior. I would recommend this book - I'm actually considering putting together a mom's book study on it because I think it is so beneficial.