Teaching Right from Wrong -- 40 Things You Can Do to Raise a Moral Child
By Arthur DobrinBased on sound psychological theory and research -- and most importantly, rooted in the real world that parents face today -- this book shows how children develop a moral sensibility, and what can be done to refine and reinforce it. With forty concrete steps and clear, compassionate guidance, Arthur explains how "ethical intelligence" can be nurtured even in a child's earliest years.
The book offers facts and figures about the many contributing factors, from television to religion to peers to parental example, that can shape -- or short-circuit -- a child's moral development. It also reveals some of the most common errors parents make and shows how to recognize and avoid them. Wise, warm, and thoroughly practical, this is a valuable book for all loving parents who want to raise loving children.
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