"This simple, delightful book of easy to grasp lessons for a rich, fulfilling life is a treasure. What a beautiful testament to the love of mothers everywhere and the wisdom that their sons ( and in fact, the whole world) could benefit from. Thank you Matshona for sharing this book with us all".
Patrice Karst- Author of bestselling classic THE INVISIBLE STRING and THE SMILE THAT WENT AROUND THE WORLD
"A book of lessons well worth pondering over."
Dr. Carl Pickhardt, Award winning author of 15 parenting books and weekly columnist for Psychology Today
"This best advice is simple and true. But it's the first thing we forget when we start to complicate our own lives. This book reminds us to take time to go back to that most basic advice."
Penelope Trunk, Bestselling author of Brazen Careerist: The New Rules for Success, and founder of the Number 1 Career Blog
"My father often taught me that common sense is not always common practice. In other words, things that people know to be right and true are not always followed or practiced in real life. This little book offers pure wisdom and insight into what we should be and how we should act. It's basic lessons, if followed, will lead to a better, happier, more peaceful life."
Sean Covey, International and New York Times Best Selling author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens and The 7 Habits of Happy Kids
"50 Lessons Every Wise Mother Teaches Her Son is such a great little book of wisdom. As an author and previous single mother, I encourage all of my readers to use many of the words in this book -- from utilizing time wisely, the importance of forgiveness, dreams, ideas and more. It may be small, but don't let that fool you! Matshona uses these lessons to help mothers encourage their sons to live, love, and be the best they can be."
Honorée Corder, Best Selling Author of The Successful Single Mom series and If Divorce is a Game, These are the Rules.
"Matshona Dhliwayo has given us fresh petals of the beautiful flower of African wisdom harvested from the ancient traditions and experiences of Africa. These are wonderful pieces of advice and counsel that can be used by all mothers with success. I shall encourage parents to read and pass on these valuable words of wisdom."Dr. Molefi Kete Asante, author, The History of Africa
"Wise words and beautiful lessons to help boys become wonderful men. It was a pleasure to read." Jennifer Kolari, Child and Family Therapist and author of Connected Parenting: How To Raise A Great kid and You’re Ruining My Life! (But Not Really)