on YOUR Homefront?
"...Charming, gentle and extremely motivating.
If you battle with your children about picking up after themselves, cleaning
their room or doing their chores and are ready to throw up your hands in
defeat, take a deep breath, find a quiet place and read this fast-paced
book. You'll find your answers within." - Terri Johnson, Knowledge
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"Captivated from the very first paragraph, I couldn't
put this book down. The easy-to-implement suggestions were both simple
yet profound as they outlined a strategy that can bring order to chaos
in the home. Didn't want this one to end!
- Valerie Pope
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"What a gem of a format for teaching basic skills:
letters mailed back and forth between niece and aunt! This book neither
talks down nor overwhelms, has a positive, Bible-based, God-honoring perspective,
and a very encouraging "you-can-do-it" tone all the way through.
Full of practical advice broken into manageable steps. I wish
I had this book 30 years ago!" - James Dunlap, LightHome
REAL help getting your kids to
expert advice you need
How to Get Your Kids to Clean Up After Themselves...
and Like It!
by Kim Crandall
In this delightful first volume of
Kim Crandall's "Letters from Aunt June" series, you'll discover a gentle,
practical, proven method of getting your children on your side and
gaining control of clutter and cleaning issues with your kids. Written
from a distinctly Biblical perspective, "How to Get Your Kids to Clean
Up After Themselves... and Like It!" helps you overcome the chaos on the
homefront, and points you to a path of peace and order in your home! (PDF
ebook, 42 pages + Four Bonus Reports)
In this PDF ebook, you'll learn:
Why Picking Up is Good for Everyone - and how to get that point across
to your kids
How Not to Drive a Wedge between You and Your Children
The Two Most Important Ground Rules
How to Establish Your Routines
Preparing to Hand Off Responsibility
The 5 Step, No-Fail Teaching Method
How to Wisely Handle Chores, Rewards & Consequences
The Value of Preparing Your Children when the Unexpected Happens
* Want a
here to download a sample excerpt from the book!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Kim Crandall
is an experienced homeschool mom, pastor's wife, teacher and encourager.
She lives in Kentucky with her husband Barry. This is the first volume
of her "Letters from Aunt June" series, sharing practical Biblical wisdom
and homemaking skills for today's families.
Read what other people are saying about
these Letters from Aunt June:
I sat down this morning thinking I would take
a quick look at the book. I popped the kids favorite show in for
them to watch and grabbed a cup of coffee. Well I just finished reading
literally the entire book. It was a good thing the kids liked the
program they were watching because I was very into reading. Wow,
what a great little gem Kim Crandall has written. The letters written
from Aunt June were great. I have 5 daughters ages 12, 6, 5, 3, and
1. I have realized recently that I did not do a good job at training
my older children in helping out around the house. This book has
given me hope. It even gave me ideas in talking to my oldest daughter
about what is now expected of her. It also gave me great ideas for starting
the training with my little ones. One great idea that I will be using
is the silent butler. I liked the scriptures that were mentioned
as well, these will make some great memory verses as we work through this.
I love the idea that I can take these letters and read
them step by step through the process of changing our household around.
The letters are so nicely written I felt like I had an Aunt June!
I have read other books similar in topic to this but I have never enjoyed
any as much as I did this one. Thank you so much for letting
me take a sneak peak, this is a winner! - Dawn Spurgeon, Mother in Training
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"...Wonderful – I wish I had an aunt like this!"
- Melanie H.
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Love it! Love it! Love it!
Using fiction as a backdrop to the factual information,
Kim Crandall not only hits her mark but scores a perfect 10! In short specific
chapters she entertains in short letters from Aunt June to her harried
niece. With love, and an abundance of grace and encouragement, Aunt June
slowly and sequentially works her niece through the steps to attaining
a well run, peaceful home with a good measure of Scripture references and
If you only plan on purchasing one book on child training
this is the one to buy! This is one of those must haves and I'd buy
them for every young lady expecting a child. Highly recommended.
- Felice Gerwitz, Author/Publisher Media
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This book's wisdom is so charmingly written that
I feel I'm intruding on a personal journal! The information
is so lovingly and practically shared that any young or experienced mom
can ENJOY going back and reading this little book for the step by step
instructions. ... I know it's something I'll be using....and not in the
too distant future. Our girls are pretty good about doing when
told, but the creativity to the approach sets this apart and can change
the chore to less of a bore! - Darla Lucero
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As I was penning my review for this book, my
13 year-old looked over my shoulder at the title and said, "Clean up? I'll
do it, but I'll never like it!" Whether spoken or unspoken, that seems
to be the consensus in our busy homeschooling family of 10. My biggest
frustration is that my children will always do what they are asked as far
as keeping up with the messes they make--but I do so wish that they would
take greater responsibility for keeping things clean on their own! As such,
I particularly appreciated the section, "Prepare to Hand Off Responsibility."
I found myself nodding my head in agreement over and
over as I read these engaging letters. If you don't have a Titus 2 mentor
in your life, you will most certainly benefit from this wealth of wisdom
as shared from the perspective of an older Aunt reaching out to help her
struggling young niece. I appreciated the distinctly Christian perspective
and the reminder that "God is to be glorified in the small things as well
as the big."
- Cindy Carrier, Values
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"Are you desperate to conquer clutter, chaos, and conflict?
Do you dream of competent, cooperative children who do their chores? Read
to Get Your Kids to Clean Up After Themselves. It outlines a creative
approach that honors biblical principles—and offers many wise, some painless,
and even a few playful suggestions. Warmly written, Aunt June’s advice
is simple, sensible, and sweet." - Stacy Farrell, creator of Philosophy
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