MetaPlume is proud to announce the eBook publication of ‘When Good Kids Do Bad Things‘ by Katherine Gordy Levine. This book had a successful print run in 1991 and pops up on Amazon for a premium price from time to time. Working with the author, MetaPlume has revised and updated the copy and re-published the title as an eBook on Amazon Kindle making this invaluable text available to a new generation of parents of teenagers.
‘When Good Kids Do Bad Things‘ teaches the reader many valuable lessons about communication, negotiating, putting scenarios into perspective, and maintaining a caring relationship with your child, even when their behaviour is giving you prematurely grey hair.
Katherine Levine’s advice is like no other parent’s because she has been a parent to a staggering 366 troubled teens, not counting her own two sons. As a professional foster parent for 12 years, she learned the hard way what works and what doesn’t, and how to adapt her parenting to different situations and different children.
In a respectful and yet humorous way, Katherine recounts incidents from those foster parent years to provide examples in the book, making it a pleasure to read.
For more information and an overview of the topics covered in the eBook, please visit MetaPlume’s eBookstore.