Coleman – Getting along with brothers and sisters

CELC

248.82 C

Coleman

Personal author:

Coleman, William L.

Title:

Getting Along With Brothers and Sisters / William L. Coleman

Publication info:

Minneapolis MN:  Augsburg Fortress, c1993.

Physical description:

124 p.

Summary:

How can a child love, or even tolerate, a brother or sister who is a tease and who puts down everything he tries? This book offers support and advice for children ages 8-12 who struggle with jealousy, competitiveness, and feelings of inadequacy.

Subject term:

Sibling rivalry—Religious Aspects—Juvenile literature.

Subject term:

Brothers and sisters—Religious Aspects—Juvenile literature

ISBN:

0806626690

Tags:

brothers, children, Christian life, Christianity, competiveness, family, jealousy, sisters, support

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