Perhaps as never before, today's parents face the challenge of raising their children to become ethical, morally responsible adults. Reuben, a rabbi and author of Raising Jewish Children in a Contemporary World (Prima Pub., 1992), offers help through his ``ten keys,'' which are designed to enhance ethical thinking and behavior in children as they pass through various stages of moral development. Concrete, practical advice and strategies are grounded in Carr's underlying thesis that parents must themselves serve as moral models. Because respect for the rights of others emanates from feelings of personal self-worth, methods for creating a positive and values-centered family environment are also stressed. This uplifting and accessible work, which effectively blends contemporary scholarship and scriptural teachings, will make a unique addition to the parenting collections of public libraries.-- Linda Cullum, Lake Superior State Univ. Lib., Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.