Parenting Books

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How To Talk So Little

Kids Will Listen

by Joanna Faber

& Julie King

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Positive Discipline

by Jane Nelsen, Ed.D.

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The Power of Play

by David Elkind, Ph.D.

The Hurried Child

by David Elkind, Ph.D.

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Siblings Without Rivalry

by Adele Faber &

Elaine Mazlish

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Growing Pains

by Amanda Hill, M.Ed.

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Last Child in the Woods

by Richard Louv

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Busy Toddler's Guide

to Actual Parenting

by Susie Allison

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Screamfree Parenting

by Hal Edward Runkel, LMFT

No-Drama Discipline

by Dan Siegel, M.D. &

Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D.

As a professor of child development and former early childhood educator (as well as a parent of two), I have utilized countless books in my classroom and home over the last 15 years. These are my personal favorites and the ones I recommend most often!

How To Talk So Kids Will Listen

& Listen So Kids Will Talk

by Adele Faber &

Elaine Mazlish

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