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Book details
  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Parenting / Child Rearing
  • Language:English
  • Series title:SportsParenting Survival Guides
  • Series Number:6
  • Pages:39
  • eBook ISBN:9781483528410

22 Ways to Let Kids be Little in Youth Sports While Helping Them Grow Up

For Parents of Beginners-middle School

by Janis B. Meredith

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Overview
Parenting a child who’s just starting his youth sports experience is a job that carries huge implications. These years are the foundation for the adults that your kids will become. This book gives 22 practical, specific ways that you can help your child enjoy sports, even while growing through the experience.
Description
Parenting a child who’s just starting his youth sports experience is a job that carries huge implications. These years are the foundation for the adults that your kids will become. This book gives 22 practical, specific ways that you can help your child enjoy sports, even while growing through the experience.
About the author
Janis B. Meredith is a sports parenting expert, writer, and author of the SportsParenting Survival Guide Series. As a coach's wife for 28 years, sports mom for 21, and now a coach's mom, she sees life from both sides of the bench.
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