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My Middle Child, There's No One Like You (Birth Order Books) [Hardcover]

By Dr. Kevin Leman (Author) & Kevin II II Leman (Author)
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Pages   32
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.1" Width: 8" Height: 0.5"
Weight:   0.55 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Feb 1, 2005
Publisher   Baker Publishing Group
ISBN  0800718305  
EAN  9780800718305  

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On the day you were born, Mama Bear was so happy she cried. Papa Bear gave high fives to anyone who would lift a paw. Even Firstborn Cub was excited to have a new baby in the den . . . Well, sort of.

But right from the start, we knew you were a special gift!

Every child is special. And every child deserves to be recognized for what makes him or her unique. My Middle Child, There's No One Like You is the second of four books that use birth order principles to celebrate the special qualities of each child in your family. Read this book with your middle child to show him or her the never-ending reach of your love.

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More About Dr. Kevin Leman & Kevin II II Leman

Kevin Leman Dr. Kevin Leman is an internationally known psychologist, humorist, and bestselling author. He is former consulting psychologist for Good Morning America and frequent guest for The View, Today, and Focus on the Family. He and his wife, Sande, live in Tucson, Arizona. They have five children and two grandchildren.

Kevin Leman currently resides in Tuscon, in the state of Arizona.

Kevin Leman has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Pilgrimage Growth Guide

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Middle child LOVES  Jan 12, 2008
I bought this book and the other two for the youngest and oldest children. The other two like it well enough, but for the middle special! She loves reading it night after night and even sleeps with it. I would highly recommend this for the middle child.
Disappointed  Jun 12, 2007
The book struck me as silly and it bored my 4-year old, who generally finds something of interest even in news articles! It is also overtly Christian, so if you don't want to send a message about Christian God, it's not appropriate. I returned it.
Middle Child Obstacles & Triumphs.  Aug 13, 2006
Each child is a unique individual in his own right, but let me tell you, birth order does matter -- a lot. The first child is the light in the parents' eyes and hearts. He is pampered, loved dearly, and protected from the harm others might inadverently cause to this special child. Every child is special not just those with disabilities. The middle child does okay until the youngest comes along, then is kinda left to defend for himself. He may become introverted and feel inferior and has to fight to prove his worth in other things such as sports. All of the attention is given to the youngest, and so the middle child is the so-called Wednesday's child.

I'll never forget this day in 1962. Zachary was born on this day; he was sensitive and easy to hurt. From his earliest years, he wrote stories and plays and enacted them with his GI Joes, Bat Monkey, and other toys as the family gathered to praise his efforts. He wrote and illustrated stories when he knew only phoenic spelling. Once in nursery school, he decided he had had enough and so his mother, working parttime for a local attorney, left her position to walk across the square to see what could be the matter. Zach was never a problem.

Sue Carr came to his rescue there with the preacher's wife who had no sensitivity and demanded they color within lines and not be individualistic. In the first grade, the roles were reversed when a mean-spirited teacher made Sue cry and he was her protector. Zach always felt second-best to his older brother (by a few months) and became a sport, playing little league, Pop Warner football -- as did Justin many years later. Right before he graduated from high school, Zach's picture was in the local paper blocking the player with the ball from the other team, and thus had his moment of fame.

And then, he was in college and worked hard at Belmont to prove what a good writer he was. Then he met Valerie and transferred to the town where she lived. They had a fancy wedding and things progressed as he earned his Master's Degree and his first job was in a prestigious university while she worked on her PhD in Political Science. After five years, they traveled to other colleges until Skylar, the youngest child of four, started school. Valerie took her first teaching job at a large university and prospered.

Life moved along, and the boys were known as creative and intelligent. Kaleena became an accomplished ballerina. Valerie had been a dance teacher for children before she went to college. Then, the tragic accident which took the oldest sons life. Zach was devasted this time for sure. Months have gone by with much emotional agony -- and things for Zach will never be the same. Happy Birthday, Zach. God is on your side. We must never give in to wishing things had been different as there is a time and place for everything. We don't know God's plan for us, but anything and every setback can be endured with honor and dignity. Life goes on, and we learn by the troubles and hurts along the way. It makes us more humble, like Chuck -- my, he must have been hurt a lot. Thank God, Zach who played the trombone in high school band like a pro, is not at all like his grandfather, Carl. Nor is he like his dad. Zach is an individual who will someday be a famous writer.

The story of a Southerner who failed in what he could have done, but the world does not end. Life is too short for stoping the train along life's journey. Follow it to the end and see what can be enjoyed along the way. It is a long, hard trail the middle child has to traverse, but in the end, he is the winner.
Too Stereotyped  Sep 13, 2005
I am a psychologist and bought all 3 books in the series when my son's wife gave birth to his 3rd child. I didn't preview it before I read these books to the oldest as well as to newly deemed "middle child." I was disapointed and a bit apologetic to their parents when we all read it together. These children knew the message(s) in the book were related to them. I felt that since they are so young, they were getting a message about how they were going to (or should) turn out. Also, there were references to Christmas and I felt this didn't leave room for people who celebrate other holidays than those. I thought the concept of the book was good. From the title, I was mainly interested in the message that the mother loves all three of her children, recognises differences, but loves them just the same. I wish the author would have just adhered to that theme and left the predictions about their personalities and behavior out of it. [...]
Raising a middle child...  Jul 12, 2005
... is challenging. Making sure they know that they are not overlooked is difficult. This book does a great job for my middlechild. She knows she's loved because I got her a book. :)

WE LOVE Dr. Kevin Leman's books!

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