Review: 3.5 stars
Morning Girl is an interesting short book. It's strongly described and complex. Each chapter can be like a short story in it own reveling something about the two main characters. There just everyday family problems that the reader may relate to. The confits are use with description of characters actions.
I don't think it will be hard for a nine year old to understand. It will be great to read with a kid and discuses what went on in each chapter. This will be great... Read more
Review: I really enjoyed the content--how to apply, recognize, and meet the needs of your children's love languages. My son and husband have virtually opposite needs as my daughter and I do, and I struggle to express l or in the ways that mean most to them. I think this would make a great book club discussion book! Read more
Review: IMHO, this is the best baby name book I've ever seen, and it was exactly what I was needing. I really like the way the names are categorized and organized. And, the best part of the book, I thought, was the sibling coorelation. For each name, there are suggestions of possible sibling names. So, you can see trends and links between the names you like. I could look at the corresponding names to those for my current kids and go from there. Made the whole process feel not quite so "hunt and peck." Read more
Review: We got this as a gift -- it isn't a book I would have sought out. It's kind of funny -- I brought up this book at Thanksgiving dinner at the in-laws and my ultra-Conservative right wing SIL scoffed at it! Anyhow, Dobson's views on parenting are way too colored by his political views. If I listen to him my sons are going to grow up to be homosexual because my husband is out of town too much and I take on the lion's share of the parenting. Yeah, I'll make a note about that. (Hey -- by that view, a... Read more