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I love the "Love and Logic" books for helping me raise my young children with appropriate limits and consequences. I am not happy with the following book for over 3ish year olds. Does anyone know of a book that can help parents of 4-10 year olds learn about how to set appropriate limits and consequences?

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closed as not constructive by Beofett Dec 22 '11 at 12:59

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I read and benefited from this book when my children were young.

"What Do You Really Want for Your Children?", Wayne W. Dyer.

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