Book Club
Book Club


The Everything Parent's Guide to the Defiant Child
 
Recommended read for parents to gain insight into anger management and behaviour issues of children
Hungry monkey: a food-loving fathers quest to raise an adventurous eater
 
This delightful and hilarious book narrates the experiences of a fathers pursuit to raise a picky eater.
101 ways to get your child to read
 
What can you do if your young child just does not want to read? Having worked with parents and dyslexic children for many years, Patience Thomson shares the insights she has gleaned from experience.
The Good Mother Guide  19 Tips for Keeping a Happy Home
 
The Good Mother Guide is a collection of some good old-fashioned parenting advice with each of the 19 tips being interspersed with black-and-white retro photographic images that give this book a classic vintage look.
You're not the boss of me: brat-proofing your four- to twelve-year-old child
 
Youre not the boss of me is packed with constructive examples to help you better understand the needs of both yourself and your child.
Cupcake: A Journey to Special
 
A beautifully illustrated book to be shared between parent and child and includes a recipe at the end for you to make your very own vanilla cupcake with creamy white frosting.
The mummy coach: 10 essential skills you need to be a great mum
 
Do you know that you can handle the situation more effectively and lessen your stress level by changing the tone instead of the volume of your voice?
Nobody Told Me That!: 10 Tools For Parenting Happy, Healthy Children
 
Parents will learn to allow children do things in their own way rather than undermine their confidence and setting unrealistic expectations. Managing to change mindset and see their children's strengths differently will ensure children have positive development.
Free Range Kids: How To Raise Safe, Self-reliant Children (Without Going Nuts With Worry)
 
The book examines the statistical likelihood of the dangers parents most fear for the children (murder, baby-snatching, etc). Parents are encouraged to stop worrying and teach their children skills to adapt and be safe so their childhood will be spent discovering the world.
The No-Cry Separation Anxiety Solution: Gentle Ways To Make Good-Bye Easy From 6 Months To 6 years
 
Almost every child suffers some sort of anxiety during their first six years of life.The author helps parents identify the source of anxiety and offers simple but proven solutions e.g a familiar toy reminds children of their parents & is a source of comfort and reassurance.
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