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At what age should you introduce your child to computers? When and how should you go about drawing up a will? What guidelines should you follow when choosing a preschool? The answers to these and hundreds more are found on the pages of this ...
At what age should you introduce your child to computers? When and how should you go about drawing up a will? What guidelines should you follow when choosing a preschool? The answers to these and hundreds more are found on the pages of this information-packed volume. Author Armin Brott devotes a chapter to every three months of the second and third years. Each chapter charts the physical, intellectual, verbal, and emotional changes the child is going through and examines the emotional and psychological developments the father may be experiencing.
Incorporating the author's and other fathers' personal experiences, as well as the advice of top researchers in the field, and illustrated throughout with delightful cartoons that underscore the joys and woes of parenting, The New Father: A Dad's Guide to the Toddler Years is an essential sourcebook for every dad. It's sure to give every mom many fresh insights as well.
Other Details: 35 black-and-white illustrations 224 pages 6 x 6" Published 1998
Author Biography: Armin Brott, author of The New Fathers Series and a contributing writer to BabyTalk magazine, has written on fatherhood for the New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, the Washington Post, American Baby magazine, Parenting magazine, and many other periodicals. His weekly radio show on parenting is carried by one of the largest radio stations in the San Francisco Bay area. He and his family live in Berkeley, California.
Posted May 30, 2003
A lot of information here, a lot of it useful, some tailored strictly to upwardly mobile lifestyles. The Toddler experience is so varied, it is difficult to follow a strict formula for fathering success. Some good insights on sharing parenting roles with your wife. If you have a sense of humor and would appreciate laughing along with learning, put 'Keeping Your Toddler on Track till Mommy Gets Back' on your list.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.