Raising children in troubled times - understanding, coping, succeeding
By Rabbi Nisson Wolpin (Author)
“Children at risk” has become one of today’s most used and abused “buzz phrases.”
But let’s not forget that the vast majority of children grow up successfully — and even their parents and teachers need the guidance of Torah leaders and expert educators.
Two recent issues of the Jewish Observer electrified the Jewish public and focused interest on these issues. Parents and perplexed. Educators seek guidance. Children want answers. The entire community is gearing up to continue the enormous strides of the last two generations — while blocking out pernicious influences.
What do our Torah leaders tell us about how to raise children, how to nip problems in the bud, how to deal with them when they fester?
In this book, Rabbi Nisson Wolpin assembles dozens of articles from some of the greatest Torah leaders and most effective educators and activists: The Chazon Ish, Rabbi Simcha Wasserman, Rabbi Shimon Schwab, Rabbi Yitzchok Kirzner, Rabbi Avraham Pam, Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe, Rabbi Elya Svei, Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetsky, Rabbi Reuven Feinstein, Prof. Aaron Twerski, Rabbi Yissocher Frand, Rabbi Noach Orlowek, Rabbi Yaakov Bender, Rabbi Ahron Kaufman shlita, and many more.
Rich, provocative, inspiring, informative, authoritative — this is a book that will open eyes — and may well repair lives. An ArtScroll-Judaiscope Book
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches