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Homework Help: Parents
Help your kids succeed at their assignments.
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Title: Homework Without Tears
Author: Canter, Lee and Lee Hausner
Publisher: HarperPerennial (1987)
Call Number: j371.3028 C167h2
Notes: This program provides you with a systematic approach to ending the nightly battles over homework and motivating your children to succeed academically.

Title: The Homework Handbook: Practical Advice You Can Use Tonight to Help Your Child Succeed Tomorrow
Author: Cholden , Harriett and John Friendman
Publisher: Contemporary Books (1998)
Call Number: 371.3028 C453h
Notes: Practical advice on how to handle homework hurdles. It defines homework problems, debunks myths and shows how to help children get the most out of their assignments. The book comes complete with a list of do's and don'ts for parents, answers to parents' most frequently asked questions, and advice on dealing with teachers, principals and school psychologists.

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Title: Kids, Computers & Homework
Author: Lengel, James G. and Diane S. Kendall
Publisher: Random House (1995)
Call Number: j371.3028 L547k
Notes: Learn to use standard software programs to complete a wide variety of school assignments.

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Title: 99 Ways To Get Your Kids To Do Their Homework (and Not Hate It)
Author: Leonhardt, Mary
Notes: Tips for parents on encouraging children to get their homework done and get the most out of it.

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Title: Learning Unlimited: Using Homework to Engage Your Child's Natural Style of Intelligence
Author: Markova, Dawna and Anne R. Powell
Publisher: Conari Press (1998)
Call Number: 372.1302 M342L
Notes: Transform the struggle with homework into a discovery of the unique gifts of each child.