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This Review Submitted by Sneezybee23

In The 5 Love Languages of Children, Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross Campbell apply Chapman's popular concept of the five love languages to the parent-child relationship. Each of the five love...

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Jan 13, 15

This Review Submitted by hollyallienoah

I especially appreciated the chapter on single parenting. As a single parent I find it hard sometimes after working a full time job, helping with homework, doing the house chores, and squeezing...

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Nov 20, 13

This Review Submitted by navywifeypeters

Over the years, I've heard a lot about the five love languages, and a couple years ago, I took the love language quiz and discovered that my love language is receiving gifts. My husband'...

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May 13, 15

This Review Submitted by debwilson

Herby and Kirby Wilson are twins that couldn't be more different. Raised by a God fearing preacher and wonderful mother, they both know exactly what God expects of them. Somewhere along the...

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Jul 24, 13

This Review Submitted by Rose Fischer

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101 More Conversation Starters for Couples is the second in a series of pocket-size books of conversation starters. Some questions are silly, some are lighthearted, and...

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Sep 3, 14

This Review Submitted by notafraidofthesnow

I love the book The 5 Love Languages. Scott gave me a hard time while dating that I gave him this book to read before I told him that I loved him.

I have looked forward to reading The 5...

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Mar 19, 15

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Paul Angone
Published by: Moody Publishing

I am in my twenties. I have been for a while, actually. So, this book was appropriate to me, and I thought I would give it a...

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Jan 27, 14

This Review Submitted by cledford

This book is the companion book to the book I just reviewed: Secret Keeper Girl: The Power of Modesty for Tweens. It covers a lot of the same material, but in a devotion style that is meant to be...

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Aug 18, 18

This Review Submitted by HMiller

If you've got children, this book is a must read! The 5 Love Languages of Children, by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell, is a fabulous book outlining the most common ways you can show and...

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Aug 4, 13

This Review Submitted by Lpsrockz

I’ve always loved Secret Keeper Girl. I was excited to discover this book! You know why? I own the whole, four-book Secret Keeper Girl series. Guess what? I still love them and read them somewhat...

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Jan 11, 18

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

If you don't own any other conversation starter books, and your children are young-like under 10 (maybe even 7 or 8), this is a great start.
However, if your children are older or you...

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Aug 12, 14

This Review Submitted by krisbush

This book is literally HANDS DOWN the best book in regards to parenting, outside of the bible, that I have ever read. This book is authored by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell, both have written...

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Nov 19, 12

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

The Five Love Languages have been taken to a whole new level with this book, to help parents apply them to their children and make sure that they have a full love tank. I loved reading through...

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Dec 15, 13

This Review Submitted by missmast82

I think I have a thing for Bible Study guides. Actually, let's face it, I have a thing for anything that is in a book form and is set up as a question/answer system. So give me Bible Study...

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Aug 9, 17

This Review Submitted by benjity

Fierce Women is not unlike a couple books you've read before. But then, most lessons aren't only learned once. What sets Kimberly Wagner's book apart is that she isn't...

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Feb 10, 13

This Review Submitted by jpharder

The 5 Love Languages of Children takes the concepts originally written about in the original 5 Love Languages book, and seeks to apply them to parenting children. Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross...

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May 21, 12

This Review Submitted by thismomsdelight

Are you expressing your appreciation in the workplace?

I recently changed positions at work from co-worker, then supervisor and now employer aka the boss. I knew the job I was taking on...

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Feb 22, 14

This Review Submitted by sothecooksaid

I must admit that I snatch up all Biblical resources I can find to help my children as they mature and grow into the adults that God wants them to be. Secret Keeper Girl: the Power of Modesty for...

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Feb 2, 18

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

“One Blood” by John Perkins is a great title on challenging the church to play a more active and effective role on race relations. Indeed, this has really been a thorn in the side of the church...

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Mar 14, 18

This Review Submitted by anoblecalling

And the Bride Wore White, written by Dannah Gresh, is a great resource for any teenage or young adult single woman who wants to live a life of purity. This book contains honest stories from the...

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Jan 5, 14