Advice to the Teens; Or, Practical Helps Towards the Formation of One’s Own Character

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book is culturally important, and despite the imperfections.

By the mid nineteenth century a massive amount of books in childcare debarked. All with a similar message: the moral and spiritual welfare. The books came with loads of good advice.

Mothers are the best teachers for their children and this job is the most rational and pleasing employments in which human mankind can engage’

or

‘It ought… to enter into the domestic policy of every parent to make her child feel that home is the happiest place in the world; that to imbue them with this precious home-feeling is one of the choicest gifts a parent can bestow

are two examples of this very popular childcare books in that time, “Advice to the Teens”.

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