The Garden of Education

The Garden of Education! Hot off the press! Please welcome the newest flower in Rabbi Shalom Arush's literary garden.   Would you believe that it's possible to raise well-adjusted, successful and happy children without raising your voice or raising a finger? Rabbi Shalom Arush, after showing us the way to succeed in so many other areas of life such as marriage and finances, now shows us the way to success in child-rearing. His method, based on positive reinforcement and educating with love, demonstrates the proper manner in which to establish clear boundaries without reprimanding or upsetting the child. First and foremost, Rav Arush stresses throughout the book that parents must correct themselves before they correct their children. If the father is a Haman, he cannot expect to raise a Mordechai. This book is a great read, written in a clear and comprehensible style. It's a must for every parent. Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody. Softcover, 343 pages.
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description of book The Garden of Education! Hot off the press! Please welcome the newest flower in Rabbi Shalom Arush's literary garden.   Would you believe that it's possible to raise well-adjusted, successful and happy children without raising your voice or raising a finger? Rabbi Shalom Arush, after showing us the way to succeed in so many other areas of life such as marriage and finances, now shows us the way to success in child-rearing. His method, based on positive reinforcement and educating with love, demonstrates the proper manner in which to establish clear boundaries without reprimanding or upsetting the child. First and foremost, Rav Arush stresses throughout the book that parents must correct themselves before they correct their children. If the father is a Haman, he cannot expect to raise a Mordechai. This book is a great read, written in a clear and comprehensible style. It's a must for every parent. Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody. Softcover, 343 pages.

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