Written by Nigel Latta, a clinical psychologist and father of two who confesses that his job is fixing kids, the 10 rules are laid out in a clear and refreshingly down-to-earth style.... continue reading.
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This book touches on an important aspect of early childhood development that many parents and educators in the digital age tend to neglect.... continue reading.
As someone who grew up under similar circumstances (i.e. without a father), I can totally relate to what Jim Daly, President and CEO of Focus on the Family, wrote in his book. The religious overtones may turn you off, but don’t let it.... continue reading.
For those who are not familiar with the StrengthsFinder Profile, the 34 talent themes outlined in the book do not capture every single human idiosyncrasy.... continue reading.
if you’re looking for a book with bite-sized tips on how to create shared moments out of fleeting minutes with your kids, this might be right up your alley.... continue reading.
It may sound counter-intuitive, but the less we push our kids towards educational success, the more they will learn.... continue reading.
If your child is serious about studying in the US, you must get a copy of this book. In fact, get two – one for yourself and one for your child (as prescribed by the author).... continue reading.
In David and Goliath, Malcolm Gladwell demonstrates his storytelling flair by retelling historical events in a way that challenges their conventional interpretations.... continue reading.
Walter Mischel delves into his in-depth study of the psychology of delayed gratification and how this is often a predictor of future successes in life.... continue reading.
This is a great book for those who are struggling to find purpose in their lives. Each chapter (or mantra, as the author puts it) can be read on its own, and it will still provide valuable lessons.... continue reading.