How to Raise Children Strong Enough to Resist Popular Culture

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"Character Immunization: How to Raise Children Strong Enough to Resist Popular Culture" by Michael Hayutin.

VMI Publishers will launch "Character Immunization: How to Raise Children Strong Enough to Resist Popular Culture" at the International Christian Retail Show in Denver on July 10 with a book signing by author Michael Hayutin.

Hayutin’s premise is that parents overwhelmed by the negative impact of the Internet, TV, and ads on their children need a guide to learn effective strategies to neutralize popular culture's impact on them.

“The plan I present in the book describes methods that will maximize our efforts toward building a strong character immune system within each child,” explains Hayutin. “Kids are subjected to an unprecedented sensory barrage. Certain elements of popular culture may cause them to question traditional values unless we fortify their character immune system the way we try to boost their biological immune system.”

"Character Immunization" will inject parents with a booster shot of courage, conviction, and commitment. Strength of parental character will be the byproduct of the clarity of purpose and certainty of plan that one derives from this illuminating read.

Endorsements:

"…Hayutin deals with one of the greatest challenges of our time, how to immunize our children again the terrible corruption of an increasingly decadent culture…It's about time someone wrote a major work on rescuing our kids…"

--Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, author, host of upcoming The Learning Channel program "Shalom in the Home"

"Hayutin lays out the challenges parents face today in raising responsible kids with a moral compass. He also gives real life solutions and answers to these challenges." --Tim Wildmon, President, American Family Association

About the author:

Michael Hayutin grew up in a conservatively religious middle-class Jewish home. He graduated from the University of Southern California in 1974 and South Texas College of Law in 1978. He has had the good fortune to play a major role—from diapers, to homework, to daily problem solving—in raising his two children.

Author available for interviews; review copies available

Release date: July 10, 2006 (VMI Publishers) at the International Christian Retail Show

Contact: Maryann Karinch, 970577-8500

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