A Dad's Guide to the Toddler Years

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Abbeville Press, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 223 pages
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An essential handbook on all aspects of fatherhood during the second and third years by the author of the best-selling "The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-to-Be" and "The New Father: A Dad's Guide to the First Year." Incorporating the author's and other father's personal experiences, as well as the advice of top researchers in the parenting field, "A Dad's Guide to the Toddler Years" offers invaluable information and practical tips on such issues as: charting your toddler's physical, intellectual, verbal and social developmentUnderstanding your own emotional and psychological developmentPlaying games, reading and, yes, cooking with your toddlerChoosing the right preschoolImproving communication with your partnerFamily planningTeaching your toddler about moneyTuning up your finances

Illustrated with cartoons that will make even the most harried father chuckle, "A Dad's Guide to the Toddler Years" is an indispensable sourcebook for every dad. Moms are sure to find it a valuable reference as well.

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Review: The New Father: A Dad's Guide to the Toddler Years

User Review  - Ian Hewitt - Goodreads

I discovered The New Father simply by browsing the bookshelves at Hastings, that in itself is something I haven't done for years and years. It's a niche book, certainly, it isn't going to appeal to a ... Read full review

Review: The New Father: A Dad's Guide to the Toddler Years

User Review  - Becky Everhart - Goodreads

I know this guy has written a series of parenting books just for fathers, which is nice, but this guy comes off as a hack. The research-backed suggestions were alright, the ideas for taking care of ... Read full review


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Sergio Zyman is the bestselling author of "The End of Marketing as We Know It" as well as the chairman of the Zyman Group, a strategic consulting firm whose clients include EDS, ConAgra Foods, Alcoa, and Blockbuster. He is also the namesake of Emory Universitys new Zyman Institute for Brand Science.

Armin A. Brott is a business writer.

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