‘When Good Kids Do Bad Things‘ is primarily aimed at parents … or is it? There’s a dual audience for this title because when good kids do bad things they often come into contact with social workers, police, counsellors, teachers, ministers, etc. Anyone who helps families through difficult times will benefit from this book as much as the parents who are in the thick of it.
Practical and Insightful
Katherine Gordy Levine exhibits love, humor and good practical common sense through her remarkable book. Parents of rebellious teens, as well as professionals who work with rebellious teens, will benefit from Levine’s experience as a foster mother of over 300 court appointed teenagers.[Source]