Wednesday, May 16, 2012

A Love That Multiplies -Review

A big  Thanks to Howard Books for the chance to review this book:

 Summary from Goodreads:

In this second book from the Duggars, they focus on the principles that equip them to face life's challenges—drawing from their most recent challenge with the 3-month premature birth of their newest child, Josie. They also share the new challenges their older children are facing as they prepare for adult life. Central to the book is a section on the principles that the Duggars have consistently taught their children. These simply worded principles are basic to the Duggar family and are shared in a way that other parents can incorporate in their own homes. A special chapter on homeschooling gives valuable information to parents who are considering this route or are already invested in it. The world continues to be amazed by their nineteen well-groomed, well-behaved, well-schooled children and their home life, which focuses on family, financial responsibility, fun—and must importantly, faith. The Duggars show how parents can succeed whether they’re rearing a single child or several.

I will admit I haven't really watched the show on TLC about the Duggar family  but their book interested me , I wanted to learn a bit more about this family with all the kids  and how they do it.  I know over and over people have ridiculed this family and their beliefs , and honestly I do not agree with all their choices but one thing is for sure I admire their faith. In this book they talk about the birth and troubles surrounding baby Josie  and how the family pulled together. The faith and loyalty of this family is phenomenal , they pull together for everything  whether it's a birth , a tragedy or even just house work.  I really admire their attitudes as well, how when they have wronged each other or shown a mean spirit they always manage to remember to apologize  and understand they were not behaving correctly.  The work ethic and modesty that the parents have instilled for their kids is pretty amazing as well . Hands down regardless of what you think of this family or if you follow their beliefs I encourage everyone to check out this book . It was interesting to see into the life and experiences of a family that is as big as the Duggars. A final thing I really liked in the good as that they included some of their favorite recipes . ( can you imagine cooking for a family as big as theirs? )

'"I received  A Love That Multiples free from Howard Books, in exchange for my honest review . All opinions on this review are solely mine ."

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