BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

FOR GROWN-UPS

There are so many great books out there, but there just aren't enough hours in the day to get through all of the ones that you want to read! That's why we've compiled a concise list - just 5 in fact - of absolute game- changing books that have influenced how we parent and educate children in the early years, today!

THE WHOLE BRAIN CHILD

In this pioneering, practical book for parents, neuroscientist Daniel J. Siegel and parenting expert Tina Payne Bryson explain the new science of how a child's brain is wired and how it matures. Different parts of a child's brain develop at different speeds and understanding these differences can help you turn any outburst, argument, or fear into a chance to integrate your child's brain and raise calmer, happier children.

WHY LOVE MATTERS

Why Love Matters explains why loving relationships are essential to brain development in the early years, and how these early interactions can have lasting consequences for future emotional and physical health.

THE SCIENCE OF PARENTING

Backed by the most up-to-date scientific research, The Science of Parenting, 2nd Edition provides evidence-based parenting advice about how you should care for your child, with practical strategies from birth to 12 years of age. Child psychotherapist Dr. Margot Sunderland has more than 30 years' experience that she brings to this internationally-acclaimed guide, and she provides numerous case studies to relate the science to real life.

KID CONFIDENCE

In Kid Confidence, a licensed clinical psychologist and parenting expert offers practical, evidence-based parenting strategies to help kids foster satisfying relationships, develop competence, and make choices that fit who they are and want to become. As a parent, it's heartbreaking to hear your child say negative things about themselves.

NO DRAMA DISCIPLINE

The pioneering experts behind the bestselling The Whole-Brain Child now explore the ultimate child-raising challenge: discipline.

A breakfast bowl gets thrown across the kitchen, splattering milk and cereal all over the wall. Or one of your kids threatens a younger sibling. Or you get a call from the headteacher's office for the third time this month.

What do you do? No-Drama Discipline provides an effective, compassionate road map for dealing with such tantrums, tensions, and tears - without causing a scene

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