BELLEVUE, Neb. (AP) -- Boys Town has created a new book club designed to teach parenting strategies.
The club will meet at the Bellevue Welcome Center from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each week, starting July 10. The meetings will continue through Aug. 21. The program is intended for parents with children ages 5-15.
The weekly topics will include raising toddlers, bedtime problems, handing when daughter date, raising children with ADHD, bullying and dealing with a child's anger. One event will give lessons for help raise happy, well-behaved children.
Cafe events cost $15, and snacks and beverages are provided. Parents can bring a lunch as well. Participants will receive a free book.
Registration is limited. Those interested in participating can call 402-498-1059.
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