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Publisher's Summary

Would you like to understand the world from the mind and eyes of a child and a loving and experienced parent?
Would you like to hear typical real-life dialogues between that parent and child?
Would it help to understand the psychology of a child who is just stepping out into a new and awesome environment?
This world is full of awe and wonder, but laced with challenges that may set your child back or help him or her move forward into a hope-filled, loving, and responsible future. This book contains the knowledge and tools you can use to aid your child on the way to success. It also has its moments of humor.
Topics covered here are those that are extremely important for parents raising their children in the 21st century. Some represent the more recent problems presented by modern technology. Others represent the time-established struggles faced by all children everywhere:


Bullying
Cyberbullying
Peer Pressure
The Internet and Social Media
Effective and Loving Discipline
Teaching Children Awareness of Their Emotions
Teaching Children Empathy
Social Interaction
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
When your child was just a whisper between two loving people; when your child was just a gleam in your eye; the magic of the parental experience began. Through all the years of raising your child you will truly touch the transcendent power of love.
Grab your copy today to learn how to be a loving and effective parent! Your child deserves it! Or get a copy as a gift for a loved one or friend who is a parent.
©2017 Jennifer Garden (P)2017 Jennifer Garden
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kathleen L Helgeson on 05-05-18

Highly Recommended for Parents of Young Children

Being a parent is one of the most complex jobs a person can have, and there is no agreed-upon course of study for it. Of the many parenting books out there, I rank this one as a personal favorite. Packed with real-life scenarios that present parenting struggles and show how various parents have solved them, it will be a useful tool for any parent who wants pointers on solving a tough problem or who simply needs to know that they're not alone in their struggles.

From technology to bullying, Garden tackles many issues that children today face, and she does it with a sense of humor that makes the book enjoyable despite its occasionally serious subject matter. Garden also does a great job of acknowledging that children are individuals, and that different techniques may work better when parenting different kids.

Parenting is challenging, and no parent is perfect, but with help from this book, parents may be able to understand their children's needs a little better. An enjoyable, informative read.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Miranda J on 02-22-18

Great for parents of young children

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, I would if they had young children.

What did you like best about this story?

Being a parent is a complicated, messy job and I always enjoy reading on this topic to give me additional tips. Jennifer Garden includes many examples to illustrate her points which adds to the readability of the book.

Any additional comments?

Her information on the left- and right-brained children surprised me and challenged some of the ideas that I have about my children. She discusses childhood fears, the basics of discipline, bullying, and the internet and how each impacts families and their children. Her book is best for parents of young children and could be used as an extra resource when parents are feeling uncertain about a specific topic.

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