The “Alternatives to TV Handbook” is a delightful handbook for 21st Century parents, grandparents, libraries, waiting rooms, or any caregivers/nannies that contains engaging activities for children ages 1-12.
- Before & After School
- Summer Vacations
- The Tired & Hungry Pre-Dinner Hour
- When Kids Claim Boredom
- When You want more Memorable Moments for your Family and
- Much, much more!
About the Author:
Marie McClendon taught kindergarten in public schools for 12 years. Presently, Marie is enthusiastically writing informative, humorous books that support whole human beings. She earned a MA in Early Childhood Education from Sunbridge College, NY, in 2000 but her honest-to-goodness credentials are mothering four resourceful children! Her hope is that we All will become more fully human in the best sense of the word.
“Parents who heed the wise advice in this book will soon see their children become better students and companions.” — Jane M. Healy, Ph.D., Author of Endangered Minds and Failure to Connect: How computers Affect Our Children’s Minds and What We Can Do About It
“In this technology driven world, it’s difficult if not impossible to raise our children without the influence of the media. This book is a wonderful tool which helps guide the parent through some alternatives to popular culture’s answer to moral education. I salute the author. Very helpful.” — S. Black (Albuquerque, NM)