Inspired Children: How the Leading Minds of Today Raise Their Kids
Darlington Press, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 227 pages
Parents naturally love and care for their children, but parenting requires more than just love. Informed parenting requires knowledge and understanding of the changing physical, emotional, psychological and intellectual development of children as they grow into young adults. Wouldn't it be so much easier for parents if we could base our most important decisions on scientific evidence, rather than by trial and error or other people's opinions? Wouldn't an approach that combined love, experience and the latest research help parents to feel more confident and provide better outcomes for our children? Inspired children does just that by turning the science of child development into the art of parenting. Contributors to this book are some of the world leaders in areas of genetics, neuroscience, personal development and psychology. Each expert author discusses the latest research on child development from preconception right through to teen years in an easy-to-read form, and shares how they have used the findings to support their child's development. With lots of practical examples and heart-warming personal stories, the book is a valuable resource for early childhood educators, teachers, child psychologists, carers, grandparents, and anyone who works with children. A must read for every parent who wants to raise an inspired child.
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