SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY has been endorsed by Mary Pride, a leading home-school educator and author. This guide has been listed in the Journal of the American Medical Association as a pediatric reference. SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY has also been recommended by pediatricians and it has been used by hospitals and churches in birth and family education programs. In addition, The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home and the October 2000 issue of Your Baby, a South African magazine, have endorsed this valuable 352-page parenting book.
An excellent article on SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY is found in The Washington Post (Style Plus, May 20, 1997).
SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY has become a worldwide reference standard for parents. It has been translated and published in Japan, Romania, Korea, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, India (3 languages), Lebanon (Arabic) and Mexico (Spanish).
SINCE BABIES DONT COME WITH DIRECTIONS, USE SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY TO GUIDE YOU.
Numerous repeat orders have substantiated and demonstrated the usefulness of SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY. People do not reorder a product unless they like it. Many mothers and grandmothers have said, "I wish I would have had a resource guide like this when my child was young."
THE BEST THING THAT PARENTS CAN SPEND ON THEIR CHILD IS THEIR TIME!
A fun book with easy to do ideas to do with your toddler/preschooler. Most supplies are items you probably already have at home.Published 22 days ago by Docsbob
Book was as advertised and was delivered on time. Lots of fun activities when you are looking for a way to inspire your newborn or infant.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I was really excited about this book, but as I sat and looked through it, I realized there's no way my 1 year old son would do half of these activities. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michelle Hulett
This book has been great. My daughter was far ahead of her peers in many areas and I really believe this book had a lot to do with it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Heather A. Palenshus
Good book good resource to use for stay at home mom. I would recommend it to help build child self- esteem and increase vocabulary.Published 7 months ago by sandra Freeman
Great activities for all developmental skills ages 0-5. My 2 yr olds enjoys the activities and reading through the activities has made me aware of what I can expect from him and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Aubrey L. Bourque
My husband bought this book to give him ideas on activities for our seven month old. The ideas are either very basic (as in duh!!) or dangerous. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Andrew & Blake's mommy
This book was a great addition to the prereading and early math skills I've been teaching my daughter. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Glenn L.