Prime-time Parenting: The Two-hour-a-day Secret To Raising Great Kids by Heather MillerPrime-time Parenting: The Two-hour-a-day Secret To Raising Great Kids by Heather Miller

Prime-time Parenting: The Two-hour-a-day Secret To Raising Great Kids

byHeather Miller

Paperback | September 4, 2018

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A two-hour school-night routine that helps parents support their children's social, emotional and intellectual development

School nights are a real challenge for most parents. Just as your energy flags, a slew of parenting duties looms ahead. Learn how to create a two-hour school night routine that works for both parent and child. By following this two-hour ritual, you'll be able to:
  • Bond with your children
  • Prepare and enjoy a nutritious dinner
  • Support your child's organization and academic success
  • Read with your child
  • Follow a book-bath-bed routine to an early bedtime
  • Enjoy some "me" time once the kids are in bed
The benefits ofPrime-Time Parentinginclude better nutrition, better school performance, a more organized home, and well-rested parents and children.

The hours between 6 and 8pm will never be the same!


Heather Milleris the Director of LePage-Miller, Inc, an education firm based in New York City. A graduate of MIT, the Harvard Graduate School of Education and NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Miller has developed and delivered educational programs for over twenty years.
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Title:Prime-time Parenting: The Two-hour-a-day Secret To Raising Great KidsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:256 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.75 inShipping dimensions:8.25 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:September 4, 2018Publisher:Hachette BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0738284610

ISBN - 13:9780738284613

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"Could revolutionize American households."-Seattle Book Review