The Mother of all Parenting Books: An All-Canadian Guide to Raising a Happy, Healthy Child from Preschool through the Preteens

by Ann Douglas

November 12, 2003 | Trade Paperback

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Parenting is the toughest job on the planet. Fortunately, Canadian parents have Ann Douglas to turn to as their guide. Using her trademark non-bossy approach to all of the perennial parenting hot topics, Douglas has pulled together the latest research on everything from teaching kids self-discipline to preventing power struggles within the family to encouraging kids to feel great about themselves. The result is an all-Canadian guide to raising healthy, happy kids - a book no Canadian parent should be without.

THE MOTHER OF ALL PARENTING BOOKS DELIVERS:

  • the facts on discipline-what works, what doesn''t, and how your discipline methods need to evolve as your child grows older
  • practical tips on teaching kids morals and values
  • strategies for promoting healthy child-parent communication
  • advice on avoiding parent burnout
  • the lowdown on what it takes to keep kids safe today without smothering them
  • the facts on fitness, nutrition, and body image and the important role that parents have to play in modeling healthy living for their kids
  • research updates on bullying, eating disorders, childhood depression, and other important health and safety issues
  • tips for riding out the sometimes rocky preteen years
  • a listing of Canadian resources, including an Internet directory

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 576 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 1.18 in

Published: November 12, 2003

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0470833327

ISBN - 13: 9780470833322

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The Mother of all Parenting Books: An All-Canadian Guide to Raising a Happy, Healthy Child from Preschool through the Preteens

by Ann Douglas

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 576 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 1.18 in

Published: November 12, 2003

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0470833327

ISBN - 13: 9780470833322

Table of Contents

Introduction

The Truth about Parenting

Kid under Construction

The Dirt on Discipline

Short-Circuiting Power Struggles before Someone Gets Zapped

Ain't Misbehavin': Minor and Major Behavior Problems

Talking the Talk

Playing It Smart

The Joy of Play

Social Studies: Kids and Friendship

The Health Department

The Worry Zone

Healthy Lifestyles, Healthy Kids

The Changeling: The Joys and Challenges of Parenting a Preteen

Appendix A: Directory of Organizations

Appendix B: Web Site Directory

Index

From the Publisher

Parenting is the toughest job on the planet. Fortunately, Canadian parents have Ann Douglas to turn to as their guide. Using her trademark non-bossy approach to all of the perennial parenting hot topics, Douglas has pulled together the latest research on everything from teaching kids self-discipline to preventing power struggles within the family to encouraging kids to feel great about themselves. The result is an all-Canadian guide to raising healthy, happy kids - a book no Canadian parent should be without.

THE MOTHER OF ALL PARENTING BOOKS DELIVERS:

  • the facts on discipline-what works, what doesn''t, and how your discipline methods need to evolve as your child grows older
  • practical tips on teaching kids morals and values
  • strategies for promoting healthy child-parent communication
  • advice on avoiding parent burnout
  • the lowdown on what it takes to keep kids safe today without smothering them
  • the facts on fitness, nutrition, and body image and the important role that parents have to play in modeling healthy living for their kids
  • research updates on bullying, eating disorders, childhood depression, and other important health and safety issues
  • tips for riding out the sometimes rocky preteen years
  • a listing of Canadian resources, including an Internet directory

From the Jacket

Parenting is the toughest job on the planet. Fortunately, Canadian parents have Ann Douglas to turn to as their guide. Using her trademark non-bossy approach to all of the perennial parenting hot topics, Douglas has pulled together the latest research on everything from teaching kids self-discipline to preventing power struggles within the family to encouraging kids to feel great about themselves. The result is an all-Canadian guide to raising healthy, happy kids -- a book no Canadian parent should be without.

THE MOTHER OF ALL PARENTING BOOKS DELIVERS
· the facts on discipline-what works, what doesn''t, and how your discipline methods need to evolve as your child grows older
· practical tips on teaching kids morals and values
· strategies for promoting healthy child-parent communication
· advice on avoiding parent burnout
· the lowdown on what it takes to keep kids safe today without smothering them
· the facts on fitness, nutrition, and body image and the important role that parents have to play in modeling healthy living for their kids
· research updates on bullying, eating disorders, childhood depression, and other important health and safety issues
· tips for riding out the sometimes rocky preteen years
· a listing of Canadian resources, including an Internet directory

Ann Douglas is Canada''s foremost parenting writer and the author of 24 books.

About the Author

Ann Douglas is the co-author of The Unofficial Guide to Having A Baby and Trying Again: A Guide to Pregnancy After Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Loss. She is also the author The Mother of All Pregnancy Books and The Mother of All Baby Books. In addition, she is the author of Before You Were Born: The Inside Story and Baby Science: How Babies Really Work, a recent Book of the Month Club selection for both Canada and the U.S.A. She is a regular contributor to Canadian Living magazine, Flare Pregnancy Women.com, WebMD and CANOE.ca. Ann is the mother of four children, and has authored more than 20 books. She can be contacted through her Web site, www.having-a-baby.com.

Editorial Reviews

"The Mother of All Pregnancy Books is comprehensive, up-to-date, and brazenly neutral-a must-have primer."

-- The Toronto Star

"A book that live sup to its name … incredibly comprehensive yet easy to follow."

-- Chicago Tribune

"an intelligent resource that covers every pregnancy-related topic imaginable in a fun, reassuring way."

-- Susan Newman, Ph.D.

"The Mother of All Baby Books is an amazing resource that all new mothers will love."

-- Cecilia Cancerello, author of Pregnancy Stories

"A major thumbs-up goes to The Mother of All Baby Books …a must-read for any parent or caregiver."

-- Jennifer Shoquist, Ph.D.

"Who needs Dr. Spock with Ann Douglas around?"

-- Multiple Moments

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