The 5 Love Languages of Children: The Secret to Loving Children Effectively
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"This book is absolutely a MUST-HAVE for parents. The version of this book for adults has made a huge impact on my marriage in understanding what individual needs are. And to have this available for our children is a blessing. I have vastly different children who have vastly different love languages and knowing that has helped me connect with them more and be able to meet their needs. I recommend this book to all parents, even those with grown children."
Reviewed by Emilie Ahren on NetGalley, May 18, 2016
"As a child I know I didn't always feel loved but I also didn't know how to express that to the adults around me so my self-esteem and self-image were affected. I want all the children in my life to never doubt they are loved and I really believe that this book has given me the tools to ensure that happens.
I have been a lover of the 5 love languages since I first stumbled upon it and I love that this helps in opening the door when dealing with children. Each child is different so I love the practical and useful ideas not just in loving them and making sure they know that they are loved but for discipline and everyday interactions."
Reviewed by Nekeisha Christopher on NetGalley, Apr 28, 2016
"What Gary Chapman has done for the marriage relationship, he and Ross Campbell have done for the precious relationship that we have with children. I wish every parent, grandparent and educator had The 5 Love Languages of Children (The Secret to Loving Children Effectively) to read. The information is astute and discerning, reminding us that every child is different. I believe one of the reasons this book is so insightful is that the emphasis is on the child and his/her needs. The tips are especially helpful to change the adult's actions so that the child will feel loved even when disciplined. That is the goal we should all have. It is not about us but about the child.
Thank you Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell for this layman's book. It is easy to read and immediately put into action.
The publisher through Net Galley provided a copy."
Reviewed by P Susan Wall on NetGalley, May 2, 2016