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How to Multiply Your Baby's Intelligence: More Gentle Revolution

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2001

    you are your childs first teacher, dont miss out on this one.

    This book teaches you how the brain develops. You will relize just how pleasurable it is to teach your child. Enabling your child to learn how to read, do mathmatics,and to learn about the world. You can choose to work with your baby alot or a little and know matter how much, you will see your baby learn. I am full-time employed and i am working with my son in just the reading area. He is just 18 months old and can already identify the word dog,nana,and cup. This may not be reading yet but it is comprehending that the letters he sees represent an object. That is the first step in reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2000

    194 pages of drivel before any instructions.

    I was pretty disappointed with this book. It was recommend by a co-worker, so I bought it. There are 194 pages of anecdotes about why its a good idea to use the exercises in the book before one gets to the first exercise. This sort of thing is usually covered in the introduction, or maybe the first chapter, but not the first 15! Does anyone really need that much convincing *after* buying the book?

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