I have not read this book. The reviews I read on Amazon.com were very disturbing. I found these examples of what is in the book on Amazon.com and felt strongly that I should share them here.
p.139 "Administering real correction--punishing a child when she has disobeyed--has to hurt a little to be effective, but that doesn't mean it has to be boring."
p.208 "Got any old hand or ankle weights in the garage? Have your child wear them around his ankles or carry them around for the day as punishment
p.203 "Use a pair of toy handcuffs to join two siblings who can't seem to get along. It's really fun to watch them try to eat dinner like this, or read a book, or take the garbage out, tasks I'll often assign them."
p.207 "If they are unable to cooperate with one another, they must play in the backyard, whether it's 30 degrees or 100 degrees outside."
p.75 Whelchel approves of filling a boy's room with manure!
p.138 "My favorite curve, however, is to say no to some reasonable request, like `May I go to the bathroom?'"
I looked this version of the cookbook up on Amazon. It is very mini, less than 3"x3" in size. Comments from reviewers there said the print is very tiny, could be hard to read. I had the full sized original Moosewood Cookbook... that is a good one!
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