The leading experts on parent-child communication show parents and teachers how to motivate kids to learn and succeed in school. This breakthrough book demonstrates how parents and teachers can join forces to inspire kids to be self-directed, self-disciplined and responsive to the wonders of learning. Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish are internationally acclaimed, award-winning experts on parent-child communication. Lisa Nyberg, PhD, winner of the Presidential award for Excellence, teaches in Springfield, Oregon. Rosalyn Anstine Templeton, PhD, is a teacher of teachers at Bradley University, Illinois.
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This down-to-earth book is written to make relationships with children of all ages less stressful and more rewarding. The authors use innovative ways to solve problems. In this book you will learn to cope with your child’s family conflicts peacefully.
An exploration of how the brain, develops throughout our lives, this work shows us how brains are highly social organisms. It illustrates how the architecture and development of brain systems – from before birth through adulthood – determine how we interact with others.
A neuroscientifically based account of how our brains age and change over time. Brain development has traditionally focused on early childhood. Recently we’ve learned that the brain continues to develop through adulthood. This book explains the social brain over time, emphasizing neural plasticity and growth, and offering readers skills and strategies for maintaining and enhancing a healthy brain throughout their lives.
Steven R Covey’s bestselling The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People was a landmark book in the world of self-help publishing as it introduced readers to a concept of life, both personally and professional, which encourages subtle and steady changes in the way people deal with the world around them. In The Seven Habits of […]
Bringing the international, best selling 7 Habits franchise to the youngest audience, this picture book is the perfect introduction. With a cast of lovable characters such as Lily Skunk and Sam Squirrel, children will be introduced to the 7 habits through seven fun and accessible stories (one for each habit).
Groundbreaking and universal, Stephen Covey’s THE 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE has been one of the most popular motivational books of all time. Now Stephen’s son, Sean, has transformed this bestselling message into a life-changing book for teenagers, parents, grandparents and any adult who influences young people. At a time when everything from planning […]
Have you ever stepped back to watch what really goes on when your children play? As psychologist Lawrence J. Cohen points out, play is children’s way of exploring the world, communicating deep feelings, getting close to those they care about, working through stressful situations, and simply blowing off steam. That’s why “playful parenting” is so […]
This is the long-awaited tenth-anniversary edition of Dr. Chamberlain’s 1988 classic, Babies Remember Birth. In paperback format and enriched with a new last chapter, this book has the potential to revolutionize the way we look at babies, both before and after birth. Part I is filled with “user-friendly” information about the mind and abilities of newborns, as well as a thorough look at their development before birth.
The Five Love Languages of Teenagers contains very practical guidance on how to express the teen’s primary love language, how to teach them appropriate responsibility, and how to properly handle both parental and teen anger. It is a tangible resource for stemming the tide of violence, immorality, and despair engulfing many teens today.
I recommend this book for every parent. Much of our children’s ‘acting out’ can come from their need for our attention. This book builds on the original hugely successful book ‘The Five Love Languages’, with added thoughts on how to make this valuable concept more applicable when relating to our children.
A book which demonstrates the way to gain first-hand experience of the “inner child” – actually feeling its emotions and recapturing its sense of wonder – by writing and drawing with the non-dominant hand.