Here we have reviewed and suggested the books that will help parents to gain knowledge about overall concept of early childhood development. The books listed below will show you how early childhood presents an incomparable window of opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life. All leading researches prove that more than 80% of a child’s brain is developed before 5 years of age, which profoundly affects his/her rest of the life. These books provide early childhood resources for parents and caregivers. Experts in child psychology, early childhood educators, child philosopher and parenting experts review all the books we provide.

 

Books We Suggest

NurtureShock: New Thinking about Children

Nurture Shock's authors Bronson and Merryman's explains in the book about wrong assumptions in parenting. It is necessary read for every parent. It is a guide for critical thinking about current shattered approaches to raise a child. It is not a guide to raising children but about what's wrong in current ways of parenting, the book presents fresh data, surprising conclusions, and alert us about old assumptions.


1-2-3 Magic: 3-Step Discipline for Calm, Effective, and Happy Parenting

Author Thomas W. Phelan, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and an internationally acclaimed parenting expert. 1-2-3 Magic is a compilation of two decades of research and experience into an easy-to-use program designed for parents striving to connect more deeply with their children and help them develop into healthy, capable teenagers and adults. This book is great in helping your children learn how to control their emotions and refrain from negative behavior, including tantrums, whining, and sibling rivalry. It helps in encouraging good behavior in your children and providing positive feedback. Author shows how to strengthen your relationships with your children to reinforce the natural parent-child bond. This book has tools to use in every situation, as well as real-life stories from parents who have successfully navigated common parenting challenges. 1-2-3 Magic is an award-winning program to help your children develop emotional intelligence, raise healthier, happier families, and put the fun back into parenting.


Be Prepared: A practical Handbook for New Dads

Authors Greenberg and Hayden have succeeded in providing with an entertaining and informative guide for new fathers. Be Prepared has useful advice that's cleverly and efficiently presented for dads who aren't prepared. It is organized in five general sections by age, from newborn to one year, with basic information about normal development and needs, and appropriate fatherly responsibilities and skills. Mindful, entertaining, diagrammed instructions for hundreds of such necessities as diapering, stimulating, soothing, bathing, swaddling, burping, reading Sports Illustrated with the baby, and recognizing types of crying, are laid out with humor. This book is a combination of smart writing and clever illustrations.

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Here we have reviewed and suggested the books that will help parents to gain knowledge about overall concept of early childhood development. The books listed below will show you how early childhood presents an incomparable window of opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life. All leading researches...
<p style="text-align: justify;">Here we have reviewed and suggested the books that will help parents to gain knowledge about overall concept of early childhood development. The books listed below will show you how early childhood presents an incomparable window of opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life. All leading researches prove that more than 80% of a child’s brain is developed before 5 years of age, which profoundly affects his/her rest of the life. These books provide early childhood resources for parents and caregivers. Experts in child psychology, early childhood educators, child philosopher and parenting experts review all the books we provide.</p>   <h2 class="incat effect-1 header-title feat_tn_cat_color_4">Books We Suggest</h2>