Every parent wants to raise a child who is inquisitive, creative, loving and caring. But parenting in the 21st century can be confusing. Parents are bombarded with conflicting advice on using gadgets, screen time, vaccinations, educational choices, and many other subjects.
In this timely book, R. S. Tumber offers clear, concise guidelines for parents. He looks at the educational system and the increasing tendency to indoctrinate rather than encourage critical thinking. He offers advice on breaking free of those structures, releasing your child's innate creativity. Some of the suggestions may be unconventional, such as incorporating colour and music into your child's environment, but they are based on well-supported research. Topics include nutrition, games and toys, and basic financial education.
|Publisher:||R. S. Tumber|
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About the Author
Rajinder Singh Tumber (R. S. Tumber) was born in April 1983 at the British Hospital for Mothers and Babies in Woolwich, and raised in Kent, England. Tumber is a cyber security specialist, sci-fi novelist, multi-genre author, cryptocurrency investor, and an inventor. Selected as a FINALIST for the "Personality of the Year" award in the cyber security industry, Tumber has been working within the private and public sectors; most recently in aerospace and defence. With over a decade of experience in the domain of cyber security, his work in thought-leadership has been published in national and global magazines and newspapers. In 2007, Tumber obtained an MSc Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London. Prior to this achievement, Tumber studied at the University of Westminster, to obtain a BSc Computer Science (Hons). However, Tumber yearned for greater knowledge - not just within the scope of Cyber. For years, he has been fascinated with philosophy, astronomy, ancient history and other subjects beyond the public eye. Years of research and questioning of mainstream concepts have led him to write a range of eye-opening books, to inspire and enlighten those who are seeking a life of fulfilment; those who are not content with their current lives.