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  • Angela Baugher

    That's My Son: How Moms Can Influence Boys to Become Men of Character: Rick Johnson - Read this for a presentation on working with college men. This a great book to guide you in mothering or in my case working with boys.

  • Lucia Sifuentez

    That's My Son: good read.

  • Jan Yarbrough

    That's My Son by Rick Johnson. Need to put this on my reading list.

  • Jennifer Dunn

    "That's My Son: How Moms Can Influence Boys to Become Men of Character" by Rick Johnson. A must read if you have a son

  • Shantae Davidson

    That's My Son. Such a good book! Its easy to read too and has a lot of good information. A must read for moms with boys!

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