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Parents no longer have time to read long books about the theories of parenting. What they want are quick pieces of advice geared to their busy lifestyles and immediate needs. Dr. Jenn comes to the rescue with this fun yet useful book that offers 26 short chapters on everything from pets to being a sports parent to healthy relationships to food to keeping your marriage as mParents no longer have time to read long books about the theories of parenting. What they want are quick pieces of advice geared to their busy lifestyles and immediate needs. Dr. Jenn comes to the rescue with this fun yet useful book that offers 26 short chapters on everything from pets to being a sports parent to healthy relationships to food to keeping your marriage as much fun as it was before the children arrived.Designed to be browsed or picked up from time to time for specific help, the book provides insight and guidance for any parent but focuses on those with toddlers to third grade. Upbeat, lively, and humorous, this book answers parents’ most frequent questions about how to raise a healthy, well-adjusted child. Because every chapter is only a few pages long and can stand on its own, busy parents can read what they need when they need it....

Title : The A to Z Guide to Raising Happy, Confident Kids
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ISBN : 9781577315636
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 256 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The A to Z Guide to Raising Happy, Confident Kids Reviews

  • Ange
    2018-12-11 08:59

    Pretty good. Worth reading. I liked the short chapters focusing on a wide range of different topics. I picked this up looking for some ideas about how to teach kids about finances and ended up reading the entire thing (well, all that applied to me--I didn't read the chapters about twins, boys or only child). I did not agree with the author 100% (I did agree 90%) of the time but I appreciated the different perspective she gave. I appreciated the extra resources referenced in the book too.

  • Laura
    2018-12-06 08:08

    I try to read one or two books like this a year, just to keep up with my development as a parent and see what experts are saying about child raising practices. This is an easy to read, very digestible book that pulls in theories and ideas from other, more specific and academic, books. While not every chapter will apply to everyone, I thought it was worth checking out if you're a parent.

  • Kim
    2018-11-20 07:06

    Good stuff in a short format. Easy to read. Some good reminders, especially in the A for Apple chapter. How I wish I could back off and let my kids decide to just either eat or not without saying a word! I'm working on it...

  • Sarah Becker
    2018-11-26 12:11

    Sort of a good parenting primer... a quick read and not very in-depth, but hit the highlights on some important stuff!

  • Michelle
    2018-12-01 08:55

    Excellent, non-judgmental information. Provided in an easy-to-read format (you can read bits at a time) but isn't simplistic or dumbed down. Lots to think about.

  • Monett
    2018-11-18 11:54

    skimmed it. Nothing fabulous. just another how to book--nothing new for me

  • Bonnie
    2018-11-13 08:06

    A really good general-parenting book for any aged children. Highly recommend for all parents.