Kid Cooperation: How to Stop Yelling, Nagging and Pleading and Get Kids to Cooperate

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New Harbinger Publications, Mar 1, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 190 pages
12 Reviews
"There really is a way to talk so that kids will listen. This is an empowering work, filled with practical skills that will help end sibling fights, boost children's self-esteem, and let parents handle discipline with understanding and authority."

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Review: Kid Cooperation: How to Stop Yelling, Nagging, and Pleading and Get Kids to Cooperate

User Review  - Heather - Goodreads

Perfect book to use for running parent training & parent support groups of all age ranges--easy to read & easy to understand & lots of examples. Also a decent self-help book for parents. Read full review

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User Review  - Kristen MacGregor - Goodreads

This is full of great advice- and is going to make me break my rule of reading once & then selling. I'm going to keep this book around- because I'm going to need to re-read it over and over as the ... Read full review

Contents

The Keys to Successful Parenting
15
Cooperation
33
Punishment Versus Discipline
57
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About the author (1996)

Elizabeth Pantley is the author of the now-classic baby sleep book, "The No-Cry Sleep Solution, " as well as other books in the series: " The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Toddlers and Preschoolers, The No-Cry Potty Training Solution, The No-Cry Discipline Solution, and The No-Cry Nap Solution, " along with four other parenting books. She is the president of Better Beginnings, a parent education company, and a regular radio show guest on stations across the U.S. and Canada, as well as a featured expert on a wide variety of parenting websites, such as ParentsAsk.com, as well as her own site, www.Pantley.com. She is in great demand as a keynote speaker at parenting conferences. Her school newsletter, Parent Tips, is distributed nationwide. She is frequently quoted in such magazines as Redbook, Parents, Parenting, American Baby, Woman's Day, Good Housekeeping, Canadian Parents and Today's Parent.

William Sears, M.D., received his pediatric training at Harvard Medical School's Children's Hospital & Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children, the largest children's hospital in the world. He has practiced as a pediatrician for nearly thirty years & is a former assistant professor at the University of Southern California School of Medicine. He & Martha Sears are the parents of eight children.

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