A treasured collection of reflections on the joys and challenges of family life from the man who welcomed generations of parents and children into his neighbourhood.
Known as "America's favorite neighbor, " Fred Rogers dedicated his life to serving children through public television as creator, composer, writer, puppeteer, and host of Mister Rogers Neighborhood . He studied at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Child Development and was ordained a Presbyterian minister, with the unique charge of working with children and families through television. Fred Rogers' relentless commitment to all that is best in people led to an astonishing array of honors, from induction into the Television Hall of Fame to the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Fred Rogers passed away in February 2003.
Fred Rogers spent his life learning about children and families. His honest wisdom continues to offer special reassurance and support to parents whose children are grown, to those raising young ones, and to children of all ages.
This inspiring collection of thoughts, observations, and anecdotes is drawn from Fred Rogers ' lifework of communicating to children and about children. "Although children's 'outsides' may have changed a lot over the years, their inner needs have remained very much the same. No matter what lies ahead, children always need to know that they are loved and capable of loving."
With a foreword by Joanne Rogers , and sections titled " What We Bring from our Past , " " Growing as Parents , " " Many Ways of Loving Each Other , " and " Growing as Children , " Many Ways to Say I Love You resonates with Fred Rogers ' firm belief in the power of listening and loving and his special insight into the challenges of growing as parents and children.
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