Lunch Box Letters: Writing Notes of Love and Encouragement to Your Children
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BeschreibungA practical book to help parents communicate with their children and show how much they care through notes and letters. The book includes the authors' experiences, encouragement to parents to start, sample letters, and 75 colorful tear out sheets.
PortraitCarol Sperandeo is a mother and an actress who lives north of Toronto. Bill Zimmerman is a father, a journalist and the author of ten books. He creates a syndicated Student Briefing Page for Newsday, one of the largest daily newspapers in the United States, that teaches young people about the world. His work has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. He lives in Manhattan
PressestimmenThough Lunch Box Letters includes 75 two-sided and brightly printed tear-out notes ready for your own note to your child, in this case the message really is more important than the medium. Sperandeo and Zimmerman's thoughts on making lunch box letters--or any other kind--work for you is by far the most valuable part of the book.... This book is intended to be used cover-to-cover. Don't simply give in to the temptation to pull one of the perforated letters out and start scribbling. Sperandeo and Zimmerman make a good case for written communication with the young people in your life and how to act on it. It's advice that literary-minded parents will take to heart.--Monica Stark"January Magazine" (11/01/2000)
Untertitel: Reprint. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: FIREFLY BOOKS LTD
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2007
Seitenanzahl: 216 Seiten