7 edition of Perfect parenting found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-319).
|Statement||Elizabeth Pantley ; foreword by William Sears.|
|LC Classifications||HQ755.8 .P35 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvi, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||98017024|
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Perfect Parenting is an easy-to-use resource to help parents deal with every possible parenting issue they may encounter. The "Contents" section at the beginning of the book lists the issues alphabetically and gives the page number where the solution can be found/5(29).
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Perfect Parenting: A Complete History is the parenting book with the fewest words but most important lesson: You aren’t going to be a perfect parent.
It has pages but less than 1, total words because (Spoiler Alert) there is no history of perfect parenting. Excerpted with permission by McGraw-Hill Publishing from Perfect Parenting (McGraw-Hill ). You are welcome to reprint the article on your website or in your newsletter, provided that you reprint the entire article, including the complete byline with author’s name and book title.
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Aug. by Dana Bailey 3 Comments. By Dana Bailey. While at a popular book store one day I noticed the hundreds of different books written on parenting. These books were in their own “PARENTING” section of the store and it was one of the largest sections.
Topics ranged from raising children with. That was a household book that you went to, to find out what we were doing wrong or doing right.
We were going to have perfect children, and we were going to be perfect parents. It doesn’t work. Perfect Parenting: A Complete History is the parenting book with the fewest words but most important lesson: You aren’t going to be a perfect parent.
It has pages but less than 1, total words because (Spoiler Alert) there is no history of raising kids perfectly. Every one of the book’s 40 chapters are empty. The parenting section shows the right balance of foods, how to motivate healthy eating, staying at the table, and much more. “The content of this book is wonderful.
This is one book that all parents of young children should read to their children, with the perfect take-home message for both. Perfect Parenting will give you the tools you need to feel confident as you raise your children. This handy reference book may become an indispensable part of your.
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The book has many ideas that can help parents stop yelling and over-reacting and really start parenting calmly and effectively, even during stressful situations.
From meltdowns and power struggles to outlining more positive ways to deal with unacceptable behavior, the book is a fantastic resource for parents that want to really enjoy parenting.
Jim Daly’s latest book, When Parenting Isn’t Perfect, is one of the more encouraging books I have read on the subject. It is helpful by virtue of the fact that it is real and honest.
The very first chapter, “Not good enough,” sets the tone for the book. How easily we all slip into the trap of thinking that we’re working toward perfection/5.In the past few decades, parenting has become its own science.
There are “parenting experts” who publish books on the proper way to raise a child. Countless sociological and psychological studies are being conducted about the proper way to breast feed, the proper way for children to sleep, the proper way to punish children, etc.The NOBODY'S PERFECT program is supported with a series of five parent books named Safety, Body, Behaviour, Parents, and Mind, as well as growth and development charts.
However, there is no set curriculum. Parents are encouraged to choose the topics of discussion.