Monthly Archives: January 2012

Book Thoughts –> “Free Range Kids” by Lenore Skenazy

Quick background: Lenore Skenazy, a journalist, lets her 9-year-old son take the New York City subway home alone. She writes a column about it. Media goes nuts. She’s on a bunch of TV talk shows, then launches a blog and … Continue reading

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Book Thoughts –> “Children: The Challenge” by Rudolf Dreikurs

This book simultaneously contained some of the best and worst parenting advice I have ever heard. I took away from this book more concrete skills for interacting with my children than maybe any other source. However, the man lacks any … Continue reading

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Abandoned Books of 2011

I can think of 3 books I abandoned in 2011: ABANDONED BOOK #1 – “The Mystery of Marriage” by Mike Mason You know, I just don’t know why I’m abandoning this one. I’ve really liked it so far. Even as … Continue reading

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