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Porter Earns a Quarter by Nicholeen Peck

  • Children don't like hearing no answers, but they are a normal part of life. Many children whine, pout, and get angry when they don't get their way. These negative actions can have a significant impact on a family's well being. Lovingly teaching children how to accept no answers is a vital part of creating happiness in the home. Once a child understands how to appropriately accept no answers, they become more confident, less anxious, more connected, and happier. Nicholeen Peck, author of "Parenting a House United," has made teaching self-government easier than ever before with this delightful tale of a boy who learns to accept no answers, and by doing so, makes his own happiness plan.

  • No Concerns.

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