Growing Great Boys
Written by Ian Grant
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An essential and easy-to-follow guide to bringing up boys from pre-school years through to the challenging teenage ones. The author’s straightforward common-sense approach to bringing up boys – handling the challenges as well as the successes - will help give confidence as a parent and encourage you to take a hands-on approach to coaching your son to succeed in life.
If you also have a girl or girls, then you should also take a look at Ian Grant’s Raising Confident Girls.
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‘Grant’s knowledge and authority is tempered with grandfatherly love as he delivers a message of unconditional affirmation for boys’ - Junior
Growing Great Boys by Ian Grant
Shows how to work with the essential character of boys using understanding and emotional support to raise passionate, hard-working, sensitive, funny, fearless and strong men. This book contains chapters on the roles of mums and dads, and on the special challenges faced by single parents.
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7th February 2008
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