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  • burritos
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    Both books are 4.5 stars on amazon. This one is $9.99 vs $17. I suspect some of the cheapies or low brow humor people on this board will go for yellow.

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  • loeffy
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    As a young parent I'm already skeptical about anyone who tells you how to raise a child.

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  • Cubicle
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    I'm without children (which the nurses thank the heavens for), but I would totally guess the best way to raise them is as if you aren't wealthy, to reduce chances of "children spoilage".

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  • Lordosis
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    Originally posted by STATscans View Post
    Havent read it. Was asking if worth buying the book?


    Lol the fact that you did not just impulse buy something because you wanted it is a good sign you are wealthy and wise. Hopefully you are also healthy

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  • STATscans
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    Havent read it. Was asking if worth buying the book?

    Originally posted by fatlittlepig View Post
    Can u give cliff notes version

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  • fatlittlepig
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    Can u give cliff notes version

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  • STATscans
    started a topic Raised healthy, Wealthy and wise.

    Raised healthy, Wealthy and wise.

    Anyone read this book? “Raised healthy, Wealthy and Wise” by Coventry Edward-Pitt?

    I think it is a book about how to raise your kids the right way if you are wealthy (which most WCI readers are or will be). Click image for larger version

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