Tyndale House Publishers
Ask today's parents how they spend their time, and they're likely to say, "Working and driving the kids to their activities." The modern reality is that well-meaning parents are working long hours and then signing their kids up for every available activity: music lessons, ballet, choir, one or two sports a season, and academic enrichment programs. The result is that kids spend the majority of their time with--and consequently being raised by--teachers, day care providers, coaches, and peers. Home Court Advantage points to a richer philosophy of parenting and gives practical pointers on how to achieve it.