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Years ago, a mom who has read tens of books about children's education and parenting over the years complained me that the cases presented in books were most of the time totally irrelevant in her case, and added that she was unable to get the results she expected when she tried to practice what were written in books. When I brought up the topic during my interviews with many moms and dads, I observed that a lot of parents had difficulty in adjusting what was written in the books to suit to their daily lives. It can be quite difficult task to write a separate book for each parent but why wouldn't it be possible for parents to adjust the information presented and examples given to suit to their own lives? This book was prepared to serve this purpose. Subjects covered in this book includes a wide age range from early childhood to adolescence. This will enable the families to make the most of this work during all stages of their children's development. The book first presents a case study to the reader, and then the reader is asked to put themselves in the heroes' place and think what could be done, followed by helpful information regarding the resolution of the case and the reader is asked to focus on how s/he could solve this problem in the light of available information. What is aimed here is to make sure the readers can analyze situations with a different perspective, evaluate the subjects in a constructive manner, reach a judgment after re-evaluating in the light of information presented regarding the subject being discussed and devise solutions that would suit to their own family structures in consideration what are given.
****The Parents Guide To The Art of Negotiation has been written by a parent for parents****
When a child is diagnosed with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) parents experience a range of emotions and responses. They want to understand not only the condition, but also what the future holds for their child. This comprehensive book covers everything you need to know about DDH, from symptoms and explanations of the condition to details of the treatments involved. It also looks at what life is like when your child is in a cast as well as the emotional side of DDH, an area that is often overlooked. Natalie Trice, whose son was born with DDH, wrote Cast Life specifically for other parents as she knows only too well the questions that run through your mind when a diagnosis is made. This essential book doesn't bombard you with medical jargon, but equips you with the knowledge and facts you need to understand and get to grips with DDH. With comments from other parents and case studies, plus expert advice, Cast Life is a must have book for anyone dealing with DDH. The author, Natalie Trice, regularly writes about DDH, parenting and lifestyle issues for various publications, websites and on her blog, www.justbecauseilove.co.uk. She lives in the UK with her husband and two young sons, Eddie and Lucas. Lucas inspired this book and is still on his DDH journey. Part of the royalties from the sale of the book are donated to Spica Warrior (www.spicawarrior.org), a UK based charity raising awareness of DDH.
Parenting for New Dads, A Survival Guide for Parenting for New DadsEverything You Will Need to Know About Being A New DadFor many expectant dads, the thought of having their first child is an overwhelming experience. The excitement, and anticipation can make it a time of great uncertainty. Being a Dad is the most natural things in world for a man to be, but its fraught with potential pitfalls. In Parenting for New Dads we try an debunk a few myths and give it to you straight about what you're going to be up against and how wonderful the whole experience can be.So you want the low down on what to expectParenting for New Dads will be your unofficial guide throughout this wonderful period from getting the nursery ready to dealing with toddler tantrums. Being a dad wont come naturally to a lot of men but with this book you will have a head start in this epic journey. So sit back and enjoy some peace and quiet..... while you can.... and enjoy reading Parenting for New Dads.
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We all know the holidays can be overwhelming. But have you ever considered how stressful they might be for the Living Impaired? These Zombie-inclusive times call for a whole new guide to managing the season. This concise little book for the Undead intersperses tips like ''Keep your head, '' ''Dress to kill, '' and ''Shop 'til they drop'' with illustrations that are, well, dead-on. Coping strategies will help anxious Zombies conquer even Secret Santa shopping and discover that the true spirit of the season is indeed, er, infectious. Having written books for Peter Pauper Press on everything from beer and blarney to etiquette and entertaining, prolific author Ruth Cullen devours most any topiceven Zombies. Undead Illustrator Lisa Fargo, of Fargo Design, Inc., is based in Pittsburgh.
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