Fathering Your Child from the Crib to the Classroom: A Dad's Guide to Years 2-9

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When is it the best time to encourage a childGÇÖs independence? WhatGÇÖs the differencebetween daycare vs. preschool? AmericaGÇÖs most trusted DadTM answers these questionsand hundreds more in this attractive slipcased set including Fathering YourToddler: A DadGÇÖs Guide to the Second and Third Years and Fathering Your School-Age Child: A DadGÇÖs Guide to the Wonder Years: 3 to 9.A perfect companion to the two-volume The Expectant Father and First-YearFather boxed set, Fathering Your Child from the Crib to the ...
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Overview


When is it the best time to encourage a childGÇÖs independence? WhatGÇÖs the differencebetween daycare vs. preschool? AmericaGÇÖs most trusted DadTM answers these questionsand hundreds more in this attractive slipcased set including Fathering YourToddler: A DadGÇÖs Guide to the Second and Third Years and Fathering Your School-Age Child: A DadGÇÖs Guide to the Wonder Years: 3 to 9.A perfect companion to the two-volume The Expectant Father and First-YearFather boxed set, Fathering Your Child from the Crib to the Classroom incorporatesthe authorGÇÖs and other fathersGÇÖ personal experiences and the advice of topresearchers in the field. Both books are illustrated throughout with delightful NewYorker-style cartoons that underscore the joys and woes of parenting.With wisdom, compassion, and humor, Armin Brott devotes each chapter ofFathering Your Toddler to every three months of the second and third years. Eachchapter of the setGÇÖs second handbook, Fathering Your School-Age Child, guidesDad through the early school years from pre-K to the fourth grade. In each sectionhe outlines the physical, intellectual, emotional, and social changes the child isgoing through, and examines the emotional and psychological development thefather may be experiencing. He also discusses issues that develop between Dad andMom, as well as matters that involve the whole family.All chapters contain an activities section called GÇ£You and Your Child,GÇ¥ in whichexercises and issues appropriate to the given age are discussed. Other topics coverthe latest research on child development, including brain growth and the use ofcomputers and other technology. Both books include ample advice for dads whoare older, single, divorced, in the military, stepfathers, and stay-at-home dads.The indisputable leader in its field, expectant and new fathers have learned torely on the guidance and knowledge of Armin Brott. As an essential parentingresource, moms are sure to find fresh insights and the perfect gift for Mom inFathering Your Child from the Crib to the Classroom boxed set.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789209580
  • Publisher: Abbeville Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/15/2008
  • Series: New Father Series Series
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Pages: 592
  • Sales rank: 870,051
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.80 (d)

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