1,001 Things Your Kids Should See or Do (Or Else They'll Never Leave Home)
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Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
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When it's time for your kids to leave home, will they be ready to face the world? Will they be able to handle the NYC subway system? Will they have experienced the challenge of a summer career camp? Will they be able to compare civilizations and governments around the world? Will their imaginations have been sparked in a foreign land? Will they know that tamales aren't edible until they take the cornstalk off?
In 1001 Things Your Kids Should See & Do Before They Leave Home, best-selling author Harry H. Harrison Jr. has compiled the definitive book for preparing a child for adulthood. There's so much to do and so little time.
Harry H. Harrison, Jr. is a nationally acclaimed author appearing on the NY Times and Booksense lists of best-selling non-fiction trade paperback and parenting books. He has over 1.8 million books in print featuring titles such as Father to Son, Father to Daughter, Life Lessons on Raising a Boy, Mother to Daughter, plus five titles in his 1001 Things series. He's been interviewed on 22 television programs and featured on over 50 local and syndicated radio programs coast to coast. His books are sold throughout Western Europe, Norway, South America, and the Far East. He and his wife, Melissa, have two boys.