Book Giveaway: The Five Love Languages of Children

Children need to feel loved in order to thrive. This book gives a lot of usable suggestions for how children interpret and feel love. What makes one child feel loved might not be the same for another child. Learn the love language of your child (or children).

I am giving away a copy of this book, The Five Love Languages of Children, and will mail it within the U.S. (Sorry, money is limited and I have to restrict it to postage I can afford.)

This is all you need to do to enter the giveaway: Leave a brief comment on this post with your name (first name is fine) and your email address. Your email address will be confidential and I will not share it with anyone. Names will be disqualified who do not leave email addresses because that is how I notify the winner. I will notify the winner by email to get their mailing address. Again, the mailing address will be confidential and I will not share it with anyone.

Deadline for entry is February, 10, 2010.

Using RANDOM.ORG to determine the winner, the winner is… Maria.  Congratulations, Maria!

If you would like your name entered twice, post about this on your blog and leave a comment with the link to your post.

*Watch for another book giveaway soon: The Five Love Languages. Learn your spouse’s love language and also your love language.

9 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The Five Love Languages of Children

  1. I bought this book at a MOPS convention after hearing the author, Gary Chapman, speak. I have heard a LOT of really great things about it. We loved the Five Love Languages book, so I am sure this one will be great too!

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  3. Even though I’ve been married to a wonderful man for over 50 years I still think I could be a better wife. I would love to know more ways to make him happy. He deserves every good thing I can give him and maybe I could make up for the times I’ve been “less loving” than I should have been.

  4. oops, sorry, I didn’t read all the title of that book. I would like to have it to make me a better grandma.

  5. I have also herd about this book from one of my friends.He was telling that ‘The book begins with a general discussion of love languages, stories that illustrate the dramatic difference that the use of the knowledge of love languages has made in the relations of parents with their children, and an overview of the books’

  6. I would love a copy of this book. I have partially read his original book and would love one to read for my kids.

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