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How do you teach kids values in a world like ours?
Harriet Heath has no magic formulas, but if you're researching a story on values,
you'll want to see this experienced psychologist's new book. After years of working
with children and parents around the world, Dr. Heath has down-to-earth suggestions
that'll help parents identify their values and consider how to instill those values
in their kids.
Perhaps even more important, Using Your Values demonstrates a respect for your
readers' values—whatever they are. Dr. Heath doesn't tell us what to think,
how to act or what to believe.
This spirited author is also an excellent subject if you're considering a feature
story on career paths, especially for older Americans. Here's someone who's been
almost everywhere and done almost everything, including teaching parenting classes
in Eskimo villages and Pennsylvania taverns!
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