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Toddler Talking: Boost Your Child's Language and Brain Development in Three Easy Steps Paperback Brand new softcover 156 pages 6 x 0.36 x 9 inches HELP YOUR TODDLER LEARN TO TALK If you’re the parent of a baby or toddler who’s below three years old, this book is for you. You’ll get powerful science-backed strategies that are surprisingly easy to use. You’ll discover: ● How to know whether your child’s language development is on track ● Why you can spend all day doing learning activities from the internet, but still miss out on what your child really needs ● Ways to boost your baby’s brain development—right now, even as a busy parent, instead of putting it off for “someday when there’s more time” ● What the evidence really says about how screen time affects language skills ● A step-by-step action plan if you’re worried that your child might have speech delay ● and more! Am I Spoiling My Child? (by Victoria Ang-Nolasco, MD) brand new softcover 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches 236 pages From the same author of the book Toddler Talking. Many parents are concerned that they are spoiling their kids if they show "too much" affection, listen to their opinion, or don't spank when they misbehave. They are caught between using traditional discipline methods such as spanking and embracing new ideas such as positive parenting or "gentle parenting". If you want to discern the healthiest way to discipline your child aged 5 and under, this book is for you. It combines the power of accurate and practical science with insights into child development and positive parenting. Backed by science and real-life experiences, you'll get a completely new way of looking at behavior challenges that can ease the guilt and pressure on you, while empowering you with strategies that can pave the way for more confident and joyful parenting. Here are some of the important topics that this book covers: ● Four reasons why kids may misbehave that have nothing to do with being "spoiled" or "naughty" ● A three-step holistic approach to discipline, so it stops feeling like you're constantly dealing with one crisis after another ● How to handle the five common discipline challenges of toddlers--tantrums, not listening, whining, aggressive behavior, and transitions ● A summary of the current research evidence on controversial issues such as spanking, parenting styles, and screen time--and what it means for you in practical terms ● Six signs that it may be more than the "terrible twos," including a step-by-step explanation of when and how to seek professional help if needed "Parenting can be an overwhelming task, because of the well--meaning, yet often conflicting advice that one needs to sift through. This helpful book is a lifesaver because it is a practical guide based on research, and makes evidence-based medicine accessible to parents. I'm glad this is available to share with the families under my care." - Anna Lisa T. Ong-Lim, MD pediatrician, Presidential Merit Awardee, and mom of four

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