Your children are your world, and they want to be happy and emotionally strong. You, as parents, also wish that for them, but you dont always know how to make it happen. In How to Grow Kids: From the Heart of Andy, author Wendy Iscove shares insight from a childs point of view.
Young Andy tells parents what he needs to grow strong emotionally and socially. He offers practical suggestions for parents to help their kids feel safe and loved and calm inside while developing order and boundaries within their lives.
With full illustrations included, How to Grow Kids helps parents open discussion with their children as they explore and understand their own needs.
This book is an invaluable resource for parents and more helpful than any I have used in my professional work with children and their families. The clarity and heartwarming presentation of the essential ingredients parents need to provide their children, is comprehensive and relevant for raising healthy, self-assured children and adolescents.
Karen E. Davis, Psy.D. M.F.T., L.E.P.
Practicing Child and Adolescent Therapist,
Educational Psychologist in Beverly Hills, CA.
This wonderful book, written from a childs perspective, shows parents, with loving sensitivity, what is needed for a child to grow up feeling secure. Listening to Andys words and seeing him in action make it easy for readers to understand his world and his needs. The clear language provides parents with tools to address these needs. This rare glimpse into a childs world will immeasurably assist parents and all others who work with children.
Wendy Burke, Ph.D
practicing in Beverly Hills, CA.
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About the Author
Wendy Iscove hails from what was once a small town outside Toronto, Canada - Mississauga, Ontario. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Toronto and completed her Master of Arts in Education degree from Pepperdine University. Professionally, she has worked as a preschool teacher and served for 11 years as a national coach for the Galef Institute; she worked in California, Texas, Utah, and Arizona, teaching teachers strategies for the integration of the arts in Grades Pre-K-12. Ms Iscove has taught in classrooms for over 32 years, working with di?erently-challenged students, as well. She has the great pleasure of being a parent herself.
To contact Ms. Iscove, please go to: HTGKids.com