Book: Through the Crimson Mirror - Book 1 by Daniel Alexander
categories: Book, Children, Memoirs, Autobiography, Communication, Education, Parenting
Daniel Alexander about this book: Society is getting faster and faster. We find that we are all getting busier and busier. What effect has this had on our children? Communication is supposed to be a two-way interaction, but increasingly it's becoming more and more one sided. This isn't anyone's fault; it's just what our cities are heading towards. Just look at the number of drug addicts and alcoholics; the number of teenage pregnancies and abortions. There must be reasons for all this.
Through the Crimson Mirror attempts to show what happens when we don't listen to our children. It is a unique look at parenting: from a child's point of view. It highlights the effect that parents have on their children and shows what children are feeling. Through the Crimson Mirror is a dark and real story about growing up.
It's not only unique in its subject matter, but also the way the author has written it. It's not a boring structured manual for parenting; it's a story. Through the Crimson Mirror appeals to novel readers, autobiography readers, people with children, those who are thinking about having children and many more.
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