Monday, September 28, 2009

Book Review & Giveaway!


Sourcebooks, Inc recently asked me to do a book review and I was thrilled. The Entitlement-Free Child by Karen Deerwester is a wonderful book. It's premise is raising confident and responsible kids in a "me, mine, and now!" culture.

The Entitlement-Free Child gives parents practical and easy to incorporate techniques to everything from bickering siblings to teacher conflicts and social problems.

My Review:
One of the best techniques that I learned about is called "play". Play - Instead of taking kids shopping or to a movie for good behavior. Try planning a picnic and enjoying a park while asking the kids what they want to do for fun and what kind of day they had? You would be amazed at the fun you will have. The bonus: You are teaching your kids they can have fun without spending a lot. This is a wonderful lesson, especially in today's economic times.

Should You Buy?
If you ever thought - why can't my kids quit the constant "Its mine, I want it" whining? This book will help you put an end to stubbornness, disrespect and social problems by giving your child the resourcefulness to get what he/she needs and the confidence to respect the needs of others.
It's definitely worth a read for parents of all ages!

You can buy The Entitlement-Free Child at Amazon.com


We Are Offering A Giveaway!!!!

We will be giving away 1 free copy of Karen Deerwester's The Entitlement-Free Child to one of our lucky followers! Here are the ways you can enter to win this terrific book!

1. Follow us on Twitter and come back and leave us a comment here.
2. Blog about it and come back and leave a comment here with the link to your post.
3. Subscribe in an email and leave a comment here. If you're a current subscriber (thank you!), just leave us a comment.
4. Become a follower on Networkblogs through Facebook and come back here and leave a comment.

ALL ENTRIES must be in by Oct. 8, 2009. We will annouce the winner on Oct. 10th!


Written By: Laura

4 comments:

Peggie F said...

Leaving a comment for my chance to win! :) Hope you all are well.

Anonymous said...

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Ashlie- Mommycosm said...

I followed you on Twitter.

This book definitely sounds interesting.

Great giveaway :)

HerMedia said...

I follow you on twitter :) and tweeted your contest