Such a relief and a wake up call to read a parenting book with this focus. Do less!
This book reminds us that we are not in charge of "training" our children! Read more
Very helpful infant development research and recommended activities. Appreciate that book had many citied research studies and other development booksPublished 2 months ago by Cleo Petricek
At first, this book may seem more like a textbook, but on further examination, it's an excellent book based on proven research. The facts presented are fascinating. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mollie Tuley
Fantastic book simple in nature and provides you with some great insights that take some of the anxiety from parenting.Published 3 months ago by Andre Hunt
This is a book that makes big ideas simple. It gives me fresh and worthy perspectives about a child's upbringing even though I am an educator myself.Published 4 months ago by CM
I loved it. I just had a baby so I am doing my research about baby development and learning process. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gabriela
This book is great. Its entertaining and easy to understand. It gives a different point of view on the mass market of baby and toddler education products! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kasey L. Hulton
I understand and agree with the authors' philosophy of childhood learning.
But, I was expecting the authors to help parents design a learning environment that fosters the... Read more
if you are looking for a child development book with good scientific back up... this is it. this book discusses loving parenting techniques and awesome advice.Published 7 months ago by Lacey Martinez