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Most children ask their parents about everything from death and sex to God and fairies and they expect, and deserve, sensible answers. So if you are a parent who does not hold any religious beliefs, whether you call yourself a 'Humanist' or not, how do you answer your child? The author argues that a Humanist approach to child rearing is satisfactory and honest, both for the parents and for the children. She also shows that Humanist parenting can provide a firm and sound basis for morality. She was herself brought up in a family where there was no religion and now writes from her own experiences as a mother of four grown children with children of their own. Jane Wynne Willson is a former teacher who has written books on non-religious weddings, funerals and naming ceremonies and is an active member of the Humanist movement nationally and internationally.
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Book Description Drake International Services, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111900219115
Book Description Drake International Services, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1900219115