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21 Ways to Connect with Your Kids
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Release Date: October 2012
Page Count: 208
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Binding: Perfectbound
ISBN: 978-0-7369-2967-7
Case Lot Quantity: 60

21 Ways to Connect with Your Kids

Parents spend a good chunk of time making sure their kids are okay—they’re getting good grades, doing their chores, and doing just enough cleaning that their rooms won’t be condemned if the Board of Health happens to drop by. 21 Ways to Connect with Your Kids offers a straightforward, workable plan to create new avenues of connection between parents and their kids. This handy guide coaches moms and dads to do one simple thing each day for three weeks to connect with their kids.

Daily connection ideas include:

  • planning a family fun night
  • telling your child what you like about them
  • developing a character growth chart
  • writing a love note to your child
  • working together on a family project

Written in Kathi’s warm and compassionate but thought-provoking tone, this book will motivate parents to incorporate great relationship habits into their daily lives and give them confidence that they can connect with their kids even in the midst of busy schedules.

Meet the author

Kathi Lipp

Kathi Lipp

Kathi Lipp is a busy conference and retreat speaker, currently speaking each year to thousands of women throughout the United States. She is the author of The Husband Project and The Marriage Project and has had articles published in several magazines, including Today’ s Christian Woman and Discipleship Journal. Kathi and her husband, Roger, live...

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Editorial Reviews

“This delightful and inspiring book provides parents with a heap of fresh and creative ideas (way more than 21!) on building relationships and connecting positively with your kids. Writing with humor and authenticity—and her trademark ‘project’ approach, Kathi Lipp addresses parent-child interactions at all ages, but focuses especially on the teen years...

“The author and her husband have a blended family, so she has a particular sensitivity for step-relationships and the trials of single parenting.”
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“This book is well written and organized.”
—Church Libraries

“…a fine read for parents who may be at a loss for ideas on how to make their kids feel truly blessed with their love.”
The Midwest Book Review

"This book will give you lots of ideas on how to interact with your kids..."

“…a very practical book.”

“You really can’t go wrong with this neat and informative book."

“There are many helpful ideas on ways to make the connection with your kids more meaningful.”

“…I am so glad I chose this book to review. I am always looking for new ways to make the time my kids spend with my husband and I fun.”

“There are so many great tips in this book… I also love that the book contains tips for single parents, blended families and teens. This is definitely a book worth picking up and taking a highlighter to.”

“…I was impressed and slightly ecstatic about what I read!”

“This is the type of book that parents can read together, discuss and easily implement, which is most important! All-in-all, this is the type of book that will leave you fulfilled and wanting to jump right into implementing the changes into your own life…”

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