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how to talk so kids will listen and listen so kids will talk... buy or library?

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hereidrawtheline Tue 29-Sep-09 15:30:40

I'd like to get this book & see if it helps with our issues with DS who is 3. Shall I buy or order from the library, from those who've read it?

blowbroth Tue 29-Sep-09 16:52:37

Why not buy it from amazon?

blowbroth Tue 29-Sep-09 16:56:04

Sorry! I realise that doesn't really answer your question and looking at the web page they seem to be all from america!
Just ignore me, I've not had a glass of wine yet smile.

twooter Tue 29-Sep-09 16:59:36

i found it great for my dd6 and would definitely recommend it. i bought mine from amazon, and go back to it now and again. our library didn't have it, but see if yours does.

hereidrawtheline Tue 29-Sep-09 17:20:09

well I have found it from UK amazon though I didnt check where it was shipping from come to think of it... I was going to buy from ebay as I have paypal but my cc is maxed out at the moment. But it sounds the sort of thing you want to reference again later on? So more a buy than a borrow?

CybilLiberty Tue 29-Sep-09 17:21:03

Buy it, when I realise I am being crap I refer back to it again.

hereidrawtheline Tue 29-Sep-09 17:37:56

oh that good! nice. So worth the total £11 I'll have to pay on ebay... yeah I suppose DS's future well being is about that wink

Takver Tue 29-Sep-09 17:51:24

I would order from the library myself - interesting read, but I don't have it by the bedside IYKWIM

alarkaspree Tue 29-Sep-09 17:53:33

I'd agree order from library, then if you feel it's an indispensible reference tool you can always buy it later. I personally think it's useful to be able to refer back to once a year or so, as the kids' abilities to communicate change and develop. But you might not like it.

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