Item description for Wonderful Ways To Love A Child by Judy Ford & Wendy Hall...
Overview A prescription for strengthening the bond between a parent and child, this audiobook is packed with suggestions and reassurance. It offers more than 65 inspiring true stories for building strong, nurturing and caring families. From the emotional to the moral to the fun and frivolous, author Judy Ford helps bring more love and laughter into the listener's life.
Publishers Description A delightfully sweet guide for parents who want to put love into action and give their children the very best start in life. From the emotional and moral, to the fun and frivolous. Judy Ford helps bring more love and laughter into your life.
Citations And Professional Reviews Wonderful Ways To Love A Child by Judy Ford & Wendy Hall has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
School Library Journal - 08/01/1998
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Format: Audiobook, Unabridged
Studio: Listen & Live Audio
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.04" Width: 4.25" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.23 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date May 15, 1997
Publisher Listen & Live Audio
ISBN 1885408153 ISBN13 9781885408150
Availability 0 units.
More About Judy Ford & Wendy Hall
Judy Ford is the author of the award-winning Wonderful Ways series. Her articles have appeared in "Family Circle Magazine", "USA Today", "Good Housekeeping", "Woman's Day", "Women's World", and "Glamour". Her media appearances include "Oprah", CNN and National Public Radio. She lives in Kirkland, Washington, where she maintains a psychotherapy practice and keeps a regular speaking and workshop schedule throughout the year.
Judy Ford currently resides in Kirkland, in the state of Washington. Judy Ford was born in 1944.
Reviews - What do customers think about Wonderful Ways To Love A Child?
A Must Reference Book for All Parents! Oct 2, 2007
Wonderful Ways to Love a Child I wish I had this book when my children were growing up. I bought this for my daughter when she had her first daughter. It is a great reference manual with good suggestions for any parent on ways to guide your child as he or she grows up to be a well-balance, loving, child, - adult, and at the same time develop a close relationship with them.
Better than all my huge parenting books! Mar 26, 2004
I wish I had read this 'gift' book before I spent so much money on all the other parenting books that I have bought. These little stories/anecdotes/lessons are very helpful reminders in aiding me to be a mindful, caring parent in this world full of distractions. I have just purchased this for all my mommy friends as a Mother's Day gift. I plan to keep this on my bedside table to read a new chapter everynight to remind me to provide loving, attentive companionship to my daughter. The stories are short and well written - even my husband with his very short attention span finds them wonderful.
Keeps me on track Jan 26, 2004
Many years ago when my children were in pre-school I bought your book. When the kids were toddlers and I was tired and feeling swamped and
cranky, it helped remind me what was important and what was not. My kids are in 8th, 6th and 4th grade now and life is busy and fun. I pulled your book off of the shelf to find a quote for a friend and found myself re-reading many of the stories. Your book centers me and sort of re-sets my attitude toward parenting. Your stories are concise and insightful; I appreciate your sense of family and fun. Just wanted to say thanks for the times when your book has helped me.
Wise, warm and wonderful May 5, 2003
Can you combine love and wisdom and deep insight while writing in a simple, inspiring style? Judy Ford has written "Wonderful Ways to Love a Child" in such a direct way that you feel warmed by her words at the same time you are inspired by them. I am so grateful that this book was written.
Jay Schlechter, PhD Author of Intimate Friends: An Antidote to Loneliness.
Kindness is always more powerful than fear Nov 19, 2000
Ms Ford. will stress the same point over and over again from very different angles. If you want your raise your kid as a responsible, caring, inquiring, loving and lovable adult, you shall not use fear, cohersion and guilt as the tools of your education. Chances are that you will fail in a big way.
Rembember that children are independt beings who need your support and guidance, not your control. Be open to what they came to teach you and both will benefit in ways which no words can precisely define, since they will take you to the world of the spirit.
The author makes sure that every parent who reads this book mustr a clear understanding that feeling love is not enough you MUST express it.