Uncommon Voyage is the special needs parenting, special kid’s health and parenting book which teaches parents how to deal effectively with their special kids. Laura Shapiro Kramer is the author of this tremendous book. Laura was living a happier life with her husband and her son. Seth was just ten months old when Laura first discovered that he is suffering from cerebral palsy. At once Laura lost her heart, courage, and confidence but she will not just sit and watch suffering her boy. Laura embarks herself on a journey to improve the life of her kid.
Unstrange Minds is the intellectual disability, development, mentally disabled, and autism book that contains the tips and techniques to deal with autism. Roy Richard Grinker is the author of this remarkable book. Autism is no longer a rare disease in people. It is spreading gradually and every year we find more cases with respect to previous. This is a stigmatized disorder that affects the whole life of humans. Isabel Grinker was diagnosed with autism in 1994. She was the daughter of Roy Richard Grinker who has not seen this disease before.
What to Expect the First Year is the parenting and kids grooming book which shares the useful instructions to fallow for parents while growing their children. Heidi Murkoff is the author of this fantastic book. Ten million copies are sold out in the market and this book is also nominated as a bestselling book in the whole year. This guide brings the instructions on a monthly basis for the parents to grow their babies. The first year is very difficult for both parents and babies. Heidi shares the basic fundamentals of baby care such as crib and sleep safety. What kind of food is healthy in for of vitamin supplements and how much you can feed them? Heidi gives more coverage to the breastfeeding and how to it perfect for the health of your lad. Identify and learn when your kid is crying for milk and when he/she needs sleeping. How to master on sleep training, attachment parenting and elimination communication. How changing diapers affects the health of your kid and keep the wet clothes away from your kids. Learn how to develop a relationship with our kids and tips for homemade baby food. This book also tells what kind of TV shows are healthy for the emotions of your kids. All in all, it is a master guide for the parents.
“Raising An Emotionally Intelligent Child The Heart of Parenting” is an excellent book on parenting and teaching. John Gottman and Joan Declaire are the authors of this book. John is a psychologist and researcher and the author of many books on children emotions. In this book, he tells why children also need to master their emotions. This book is the groundbreaking guide to teaching children to understand and regulate their emotional world. It helps both children and the parent to control emotions.
It equips parents with a five-step “emotion coaching” process that teaches how to be aware of a child’s emotions, recognize emotional expression as an opportunity for intimacy and teaching, listen empathetically and validate a child’s feelings, label emotions in words a child can understand and help a child come up with an appropriate way to solve a problem or deal with an upsetting issue or situation. The book presents high values that every parent should have. Its information on parenting and child emotions are outstanding and the ideas are so deep.
The Boyfriend List is the literature, fiction, redemption, paranormal and humour novel which describe the story of a teenager girl Ruby Oliver. E. Lockhart is the author of this stunning novel. Ruby Oliver is a fifteen-year-old girl who is studying in the high class. She is very energetic and happy girl in the class. Ruby has many problems and she is always busy with them. She is performing well in the studies and teachers are satisfied with her performance. After two months, Ruby seems very off colour and she did not take interest in anything. The teachers and parents are worried about her condition. She is suffering from the panic attacks and her parents take her to the therapist.
The therapist of Ruby asks her to make the list of her boyfriends. This practice will help her to find the root cause of her panic attacks and she will get the time to learn something new about herself. When she begins to write the names there are fifteen guys in her list. She lost her best friend Kim including Nora and Cricket. Ruby has done something very terrible with the Kevin. She lost her last boyfriend with irrelevant arguments. There are various other relations which she breaks without any problem. She is the problem and taking things in the heart, not in her mind. The girl knows what is wrong and ready to overcome it.
Why Gender Matters is the relationship and parenting guide which tells the difference in males and females. Leonard Sax is the author of this remarkable book. This is a new and updated version of the previous book which is published with more facts and interesting points. The book contains the different stories which clearly shows the difference in both genders. Jason is sixteen-year-old and Sonya is fourteen-year-old. They both are siblings and belongs to the stable family. Their parents are quite loving who take care of their children very well. Mostly they are concerned with the life of Jason and they have a doubt regarding to his feature.
Jason does not have impressive habits and he is not a hard-working student. He is below average student in the class who seems interesting in sports. Jason spends his meantime in playing video games and with friends. On the other side, his sister Sonya is a straight-A student and an impressive athlete. There are some issues from she is suffering but probably her parents do not know about them. She is not sleeping well and wakes up at midnight due to breathing problems. Sonya also has digestive problems when she eats food from outside. One day, she accidentally cut her arm with a blade but she does inform her parents. Jason sleeps well, eat any kind of junk food without any issue and most important he is very happy. On contrary, Sonya is not happy with her life. There is various advice in the book which is good for parents to have better relationships with both son and daughters.
Positive Discipline: The First Three Years (Preview)