Review of The Momma Guide by Jo Ann Hakola, The Book Faerie — original post at
If you’re going to be a new mother or are having some problems in deciding how to raise your children, this book is for you.
AuthorHouse publishes this book and it is available now for purchase. The author’s graciously sent me a copy for review (thank you). It’s 471 pages of practical advise for Mom’s (and Dad’s).
Both authors are mothers and the information presented in the book comes from their own experience. Subtitle to the book is” (P.S.- Dad’s you should read this too).
There are 44 chapters that cover raising a child from A-Z. It doesn’t appear to me that they’ve missed anything! One thing I really like about it is that most of it is done in short paragraphs, almost bullet like, that makes the information jump out at you and will be easy for you to remember. There are even quizzes at the end of each chapter. This book could even be used as a textbook in a parenting class.
I was very impressed by the amount of subjects covered and the very practical advice from these two mothers. They cover the gamut of raising a child, including those who may have behavioral problems.
Ask for the book at your local bookstore. I’m sure you’ll use this fantastic parent resource book often.