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Raise Toddlers Right by Reading These Parenting Books in 2019

Raise them right, follow these advices.

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Parenting seems sort of a lost art these days, just so many of it is outsourced to day-care and to, astonishingly, a tablet device and all of the strangers you can reach once it is connected to the web. If none of it sounds right is because it is not.

We need to rediscover what it means to be a parent, develop a fresh new sight on its challenges and how to go about them. And who better to teaches us a new perspective than someone that’s just developing their own?

Through these parenting books for toddlers, children and parents alike can gain insight on simple, yet effective ways of parenting that have been proved to work wonders in developing capable human beings. Check them out.

#1 Tears Heal: How to listen to our children by Kate Orson

Tears Heal: How to listen to our children by Kate Orson
It’s a great book for understanding toddler’s strong emotions, and how listening to our children’s feelings, can help them regulate themselves, so that upsets don’t get redirected into ‘misbehaviour.’

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#2 Let’s B Safe by Brenda Zofrea

Let's B Safe by Brenda Zofrea
LET’S B SAFE, by Brenda Zofrea, an educator and child safety expert, was written to help parents teach children (as young as 3 years old), the rules they must know and follow every day to help them grow up safe and happy in today’s world. With full-colour, multi-cultural illustrations, a fun-to-read rhyming text and a parent review guide, it’s the perfect book for story time, bedtime, anytime!

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#3 How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen by Joanna Faber

How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen by Joanna Faber
This is an excellent resource for parents on how to manage the common, but often frustrating, situations that arise with children and learn how to change their reactions and engagement to feel more connected and decrease negative behaviours.

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#4 Screen Balance Inspiration by Elizabeth Milovidov

Screen Balance Inspiration by Elizabeth Milovidov
Being a mom and here in the Philippines, it is not easy to find a resource when it comes to my children’s use of screens. Each of my children has a device on their own and I don’t know if what I am doing is right or wrong. This book is very handy because It is like a diary, one can jot down best practices based on trial and error.

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#5 Laugh More, Yell Less: A Guide to Raising Kick-Ass Kids by Dr. Robert Zeitlin

Laugh More, Yell Less: A Guide to Raising Kick-Ass Kids by Dr. Robert Zeitlin
The future needs “up-standers,” not bystanders. Raise kids to be leaders who can listen, collaborate, communicate, and think independently. Now is the time to raise the kick-ass kids we will need in the future. What is a kick-ass kid? A child who is raised to possess the courage to take risks.

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#6 Parenting with Science by Leanne Page BCBA

Parenting with Science by Leanne Page BCBA
This book is a quick read that even has cheat sheets to refer back to help use behaviour strategies with little ones. It’s all about behaviour analysis, the science of behaviour, and even has research references to prove the strategies work. It’s easy to read and easy to make a big difference without too much effort on my part as the mom.

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Contributors to this article
Kate Orson from KateOrson

Brenda Zofrea from LET’S B SAFE, LLC

Avital K. Cohen from Peachtree Pediatric Psychology

Elizabeth Milovidov from Digital Parenting Coach

Dr. Robert Zeitlin from RobertZeitlin

Leanne Page from Parenting with ABA

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