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 1 month 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 3 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 4 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 6 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 6 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 9 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 10 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 16 months ago by christine poole