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Learning How to Learn

Average rating
4.4 out of 5
Based on 62 Ratings and 27 Reviews

Book Description
This book contains L. Ron Hubbard's breakthrough study methods written in picture and word form so that children 6 and up can understand it.

Designed for parents and teachers to help children recognize commonly found barriers to learning, this book also gives the practical knowledge to overcoming these barriers which every child experiences. The result is a child who can read, understan... More

Book Information
PublisherEffective Education Publishing
BindingPaperback (7 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages202
ISBN-101584600055
ISBN-13978-1584600053
Publication Date07/01/2000
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About L. Ron Hubbard (Author, Other Contributor) : L. Ron Hubbard is a published author and an editor of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of L. Ron Hubbard include The Great Secret (Stories from the Golden Age), Br... more
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7/10/2017 jennifer davidson said: I love this book! It must read for all children and parents. When I do my math homework with my child I try to implement all tips from this book.
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