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Kids will be hooked on the thrilling real-world topics and big, bright photos. Each book features simple sentences and sight words that children can practice reading.
People select books based on their own values, needs, and interests. Parents can make better and more informed decisions if they have information about the age appeal of a book, its literary merit, topical interest, thought-provoking potential, and entertainment value. Kids read not only to. There are dozens of people out there calling themselves parenting ‘experts’.
Sadly, too many of them lack real ‘expertise’ in the area. Writing a book (or e-book), or raising your own children does not make a person an ‘expert’. In fact, some recent best-selling books on. Real questions from parents and educators, answered by experts. Reading Rockets is a national multimedia project that offers a wealth of research-based reading strategies, lessons, and activities designed to help young children learn how to read and read better.
Alyson is the resident expert on these national outlets: HuffPost Parents, The Marilyn Denis Show, CTV News Channel and CanadaAm. She is the best selling author of Breaking The Good Mom Myth and Honey, I Wrecked The Kids and her latest, Ain’t Misbehavin’.
Her books have been translated into Russian, Korean, Bulgarian and Chinese. Geoffrey Nunberg, a linguist whose elegant essays and books explained to a general audience how English has adapted to changes in politics.
Parenting books explore parenting from various angles, from the old school to the new. They cover different philosophies and methods when it comes to communication, discipline, and even mindfulness.
These books are written by psychologists, educators, and fellow parents. More than anything, parenting books should be empowering and supportive.