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Keys to Parenting the Only Child (Barron's Parenting Keys) Paperback – Sep 1997


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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Excellent resource 1 Feb. 2000
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This is the cheapest, shortest, and by far the best of the 4 books on this topic which I recently purchased on Amazon. It is factual rather than anecdotal. It is very balanced in that it examines the pros and cons of many aspects of being an only child. It is far more expert and professional than the others I read.
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You get what you pay for! 1 Jun. 2000
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This very well may the shortest and cheapest books on parenting the only child, but I found it thin on the type of information that I was looking for. There are no fast fixes to parenting and I was hoping for more depth in dealing with issues that were of great importance to me.
Great book, has been very helpful to me over the years 13 Dec. 2014
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This is an awesome book. Direct, non-judgmental of different styles, just gives perspective to understand the natural outcomes of parenting with no other kids.
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