I highly recommend this book to introverted preteen/teens and their parents.
As an innie, I appreciate any resources that help others to understand the different learning styles and needs that introverts have from extroverts.
I checked this book out from my local library and after reading a few sections I knew I needed my own copy.
Haven't had time to read much of it yet, but seems a bit clinical.Published 23 days ago by Alaska Grandma
I wish I had this book when my daughter was in elementary school. So helpful to understanding introverts. Great book.Published 2 months ago by B. Judge
i purchased this book to help our family understand and learn how to interact with our 11 year old sonPublished 3 months ago by Ruby McHaney
This book is very informative. I am introverted and have an introverted grandson. It was important to me to direct my grandson in play appropriate for enhancing his personality... Read morePublished 5 months ago by ez plunk
I bought this book in paperback form from a different seller being fulfilled by Amazon. The book was listed "Like-New". Read morePublished 5 months ago by BlakeL
I loved it. It helped me to understand my daughter & husband (introverts) better. I'm an extrovert so it made me realize that we are wired differently & that's okay!Published 8 months ago by Anita Hilles
Being an introvert myself, and having introverted children and grandchildren, I found this book VERY helpful. Affirming, really. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Alvin C. Lustie
not the easiest read, I have read other child development book that where written with a lot more humor and in less psycholinguists way but was okayPublished 15 months ago by christine poole
I'm only part way through the book and it is already helping me understand more about my introverted son - and myself. It was recommended by a counselor and I can see why.Published 20 months ago by Dana