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Smoking Sucks - Help Your Children Avoid the Smoking Trap - cover

Smoking Sucks - Help Your Children Avoid the Smoking Trap

Allen Carr

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

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Allen Carr's method has helped people all over the world to stop smoking and lead healthier lives, free from addiction. Designed for concerned parents to buy, this easy-to-use book targets the most important group of all: children. Smoking can be a difficult subject to broach with children, especially if they are rebellious, or if parents are smokers themselves. Offering advice to parents and containing a comic aimed at their children, "Smoking Sucks" makes it a whole lot easier.

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