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YOUR NEW PREGNANCY BIBLE
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Recognised by women and their caregivers as simply the best pregnancy guide available, this latest edition of Your Pregnancy Bible has been updated to take account of recent changes in antenatal and newborn care and to provide more comprehensive discussion of caesarean deliveries.
Given a fresh design, it still contains special fold-out sections on each of the trimesters and the birth process; week-by-week images of the developing baby; in-depth chapters dealing with all aspects of antenatal care, labour preparation, delivery experiences and care of the newborn; comprehensive reference sections on medical treatments and procedures in both pregnancy and the postnatal period and an extensive glossary of ante- and neonatal terminology.
Written by a team of eminent specialists under the direction of a leading UK obstetrician, Your New Pregnancy Bible is filled with everything prospective parents need to know about creating the optimum environment for a developing baby and safeguarding the health and wellbeing of the mother.
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In 2009, Lenora Chu, her husband Rob, and toddler Rainer, moved from LA to the Chinese megacity Shanghai. The US economy was spinning circles, while China seemed to be eating the planet’s economic lunch. What’s more, Shanghai teenagers were top in the world at maths, reading and science. China was not only muscling the rest of the world onto the sidelines, but it was also out-educating the West.
So when Rainer was given the opportunity to enroll in Shanghai’s most elite public kindergarten, Lenora and Rob grabbed it. Noticing her rambunctious son’s rapid transformation – increasingly disciplined and obedient but more anxious and fearful – Lenora begins to question the system. What the teachers were accomplishing was indisputable, but what to make of their methods? Are Chinese children paying a price for their obedience and the promise of future academic prowess? How much discipline is too much? And is the Chinese education system really what the West should measure itself against?
THE AWAKENED FAMILY: A REVOLUTION IN PARENTING
‘Parents … you will be wowed and awed by [Dr. Shefali].’ – Oprah Winfrey
Become the awakened parent you’ve always wanted to be and watch your children thrive.
All parents have aspirations for their children but for some these hopes turn into unrealistic expectations. In many cases this puts huge amounts of pressure on children and has the potential to cause real harm hindering your child’s development.
Challenging modern myths on how kids should be Dr Shefali helps parents recognise children for who they truly are instead of holding onto society’s impossible ideals.
Drawing on Eastern philosophy as well as Western psychology Dr Shefali offers enlightened practical advice and explains her radically transformative plan which guarantees that you have confident children and a calm and emotionally connected family.
THE BABY LOSS GUIDE: PRACTICAL AND COMPASSIONATE SUPPORT WITH A DAY-BY-DAY RESOURCE TO NAVIGATE THE
The Baby Loss Guide is the first book on baby loss to combine lived experience and practical guidance. Written for men and women it answers the questions that until now have resulted in people spending hours on the internet to get the answers they crave. With the potential to become the leading title in this area for many years to come, it provides information, support and advice to parents experiencing loss as well those who are supporting loved ones through grief. Competing titles in this genre are memoirs (including Zoe’s first book Saying Goodbye ) or medical heavy, technical accounts. Zoe’s friendly and down to earth tone is a fresh approach making The Baby Loss Guide unique, readable and easy to absorb.
Interlaced with personal stories from both men and women who have been there, it tackles the many myths, taboos and assumptions around loss.It then provides clear guidance and advice on how to navigate life after your world implodes. Most importantly it provides hope for the future.
BABY FOOD MATTERS: WHAT SCIENCE SAYS ABOUT HOW TO GIVE YOUR CHILD HEALTHY EATING HABITS FOR LIFE
Baby Food Matters makes feeding your child easier. This book sorts through the conflicting advice and includes practical, easy-to-follow guidance on what and how to feed your baby in those all-important first thousand days – from pregnancy to their second birthday.
The quality of nutrition a child receives and the way they are fed can have a lasting impact on their future health. Dr Clare Llewellyn and Dr Hayley Syrad, both scientific leaders in this field having published over 100 scientific papers on the topic, separate the myths from the facts and draw on the very latest research to help you decide what is best for your child when it comes to developing healthy eating habits.
Baby Food Matters lays out essential nutrition for all infants and toddlers, and describes ways of feeding children with varying eating styles at every crucial stage – from milk-feeding to weaning to eating with the family. Clare and Hayley debate the benefits of breast milk vs. formula milk, explain how to introduce solid foods to your child in a way that will help foster healthy food preferences, suggest strategies for managing fussy eaters and eager eaters, and offer portion size guidance.
This important book will help parents make informed choices about how and what to feed their child – and reassure them each step of the way.
AT HOME WITH DYSLEXIA: A PARENTíS GUIDE TO SUPPORTING YOUR CHILD
This book will empower parents by giving them the tools and strategies to deal with dyslexia, making them confident and knowledgeable in the process.
– a guidebook that is visually appealing, including bullet points, illustrations and short chapters, making it an easy to follow reference book for the busy (and often dyslexic) parent;
– practical and emotional support at home from primary to secondary school years, as well as how to deal with school and the education system;
– chapters that can be dipped into for useful day to day advice and tools to help at home , and for overall encouragement and reassurance;
– parents and children sharing their personal experiences and advice in their personal accounts – the challenges of dyslexia, possible solutions and successes are openly discussed and woven throughout the chapters, giving the guide an authentic voice.
Central to this guide is language of acceptance and celebration, emphasising a learning ‘difference’ rather than a ‘disability’, and a genuine encouragement of dyslexic abilities and strengths.
Vicki Psarias, founder of HonestMum.com, shares her #mumboss manifesto for surviving and thriving at work and at home. Vicki writes about everything from juggling work and family, to regaining your confidence after having a baby and battling imposter syndrome.
An award-winning blogger and vlogger, in this book Vicki shares how to turn your passions into a business that suits the modern mum’s lifestyle – all you need is a table and a laptop. Mumboss is full of practical advice, tips and tricks to help fellow #mumbosses navigate both the real and digital worlds.
Vicki’s funny, fresh approach to life and work as a mum has brought her a loyal fanbase and a brilliantly successful business: her blog Honest Mum is one of the UK’s most popular parenting and lifestyle sites, and the blog combined with Vicki’s social channels has an average monthly reach of 1 million.
FROM DAUGHTER TO WOMAN: PARENTING GIRLS SAFELY THROUGH THEIR TEENS
The teen years are tough – for teens and for parents. Many parents dread the moodiness, dishonesty, preference of friends over family, exam stress, and the push for greater independence. Mothers have a pivotal role to play; this is a guidebook for parents and mothers of girls in particular as they navigate the rocky teenage landscape with their daughters aged 8 to 18. It aims to help them embrace the potential of their child’s teenage years by marking this time of growing maturity for girls and celebrating it with them. We celebrate birth, marriage and death, but this important life-transition from child to young adult is nowadays rarely acknowledged within an appropriate community.
THE HAPPY BIRTH BOOK
For many, the idea of giving birth can feel so overwhelming that it’s tempting to bury your head in the sand and just ‘go with the flow’. Even if you aren’t shying away from making choices about your childbirth experience, it can be difficult to make any decisions without fully understanding the options available to you.
The Happy Birth Book will put women back in charge of their childbirth experience by providing friendly, accessible, down-to-earth guidance on how to make giving birth a positive experience and how to cope in their first few weeks and months of motherhood.
Presented in an easy-to-read, A-Z format, it will take the reader through every detail needed to maximise their chances of a positive birth, whether that is a home water birth or a planned pre-labour Caesarean birth – and everything in between.
How you give birth matters – and if you are fully prepared, it can be the very best day of your life.
HAPPY MUM, HAPPY BABY
Being a mum is an incredible journey, a remarkable experience that changes how we look, how we feel, who we are. As mothers we are strong, protective, proud. We feel a love like no other.
But being a parent can be hard too. It challenges us physically, mentally, emotionally. There are the days where just managing to fit a shower in amidst the endless feeding, entertaining young children and surviving on a lack of sleep feels like an achievement. With so many people ready to offer ‘advice’ on the best way to parent, it can feel like you are getting it all wrong.
This is not a book about how to have the perfect family experience – Gi would be the first to admit she is winging it just as much as the rest of us – instead it is an honest, upbeat and incredibly personal account of her own experience of having a family. In Happy Mum, Happy Baby Giovanna shares her own journey through parenthood and in doing so, she looks at what it is to be a mother today, encourages you to be confident in yourself as a parent and celebrates how putting a focus on being a happy and confident mum can really make for a happy baby.
THE GENTLE DISCIPLINE BOOK
Discipline is a vital part of child-rearing, but many parents misunderstand how to use it and attempt to control their child’s behaviour via a combination of punishment and motivation. Yet while this traditional approach may appear to produce quick results, it can potentially damage the child and, in the long-term, leave parents with a far worse problem than they had initially.
The Gentle Discipline Book analyses common ‘discipline’ techniques and explains why so many are ineffective. It focuses on helping parents understand why children misbehave and how to respond in a way that will help them work with – rather than against – their child. Gentle discipline focuses on teaching and learning, rather than punishing. With plenty of practical advice and case studies from real families, it will enable parents to set boundaries and enforce them with compassion and respect; demonstrates how parents can inspire children to be better and do better; and how to set a great example for them. Gentle parenting is not about being a pushover – it means understanding children and having realistic expectations of them, as well as responding appropriately and consistently.
CALMER EASIER HAPPIER SCREEN TIME
Do you constantly find yourself battling to stop your kids spending hours in front of a screen? Whether it’s a tv, an ipad, a pc or a playstation children are spending more and more time absorbed in the digital world and for most parents it’s a cause for concern.
The most frequent question parenting expert Noel Janis Norton is asked by desperate parents is how to limit and manage screen time. Parents know their children became aggressive and stressed after prolonged time on an electronic device, and they know that it limits their child’s willingness to do other activities, yet they are at a loss of what to do about it.
In Calmer Easier Happier Screen Time, Noel adapts her proven parenting strategies to this most complex of areas. Using the latest scientific research to show just how addictive the digital world can be for the developing brain of a child, she using the calmer, easier, happier techniques to help parents wean their children away from their electronic devices and get back in charge.
RINGLEADERS AND SIDEKICKS
When Rosalind Wiseman published her bestseller Queen Bees and Wannabes in 2001, it fundamentally changed the way that parents, educators and the media looked at the impact of girls’ social dynamics and created a road map for girls to develop better relationships and higher self-esteem.
Now Rosalind turns her attention to the tricky terrain of Boy World. Drawing on 20 years of work with boys and her own experience as a mother of two sons, Rosalind will help parents understand their tween and teenage sons better. The book will cover such timely issues as video games, online identities and social networking sites. This is an essential manual that will help any parent build a stronger, more meaningful relationship with their son.
For every child diagnosed with autism, there are usually two worried parents who may not have a clue about the condition or how best to help their little one.
Jessie Hewitson’s son was two-years old when he was diagnosed with autism. Like many other worried parents before her, Jessie’s immediate instinct was to learn everything she could about the condition and how best to support her child. But when The Times award-winning journalist embarked on her own investigative process, she soon uncovered a cloud of conflicting, panic-inducing information. She realised that advice from unsafe corners of the internet, strangers and even well-meaning friends can make you feel overwhelmed, vulnerable and disheartened. She decided to write this book to provide other parents in similar situations with a wealth of practical and reliable support, all in one place.
THE GENTLE EATING BOOK
The Gentle Eating Book will help parents to understand their child’s eating habits at each age. Starting from birth, the book covers how to start your child off with the most positive approach to eating, whether they are breast or bottle-fed. Parents of older babies will find information about introducing solids, feeding at daycare and when to wean off of breast or formula milk. For parents with toddlers and older children, Sarah includes advice on picky eating and food refusal, overeating, snacking and navigating eating at school, while parents of tweens and teens will find information on dieting, peer pressure, promoting a positive body image and preparing children for future eating independence.
The book that every parent needs. Written by the expert child psychologist, Dr Elizabeth Kilbey, from Channel 4’s The Secret Life of 4, 5 and 6 Year Olds.
‘Children who get too much screen time are at risk of anxiety disorders’ – BBC News
This is the book that every parent with a child under the age of 11 (in the latency stage of brain development) needs in order to navigate the tricky pathway of how much screen time to allow on a daily basis. Play has gone from a physical, creative experience using toys and imagination to something that now involves sitting down alone for hours at a time. Parents are dealing with children who don’t listen to them, who are unable to concentrate for very long, who refuse to do homework and who constantly battle against them for more screen time. In this book, Dr Elizabeth Kilbey will offer tangible, practical advice about how to ‘unplug’ your child from their device so their online time doesn’t become all-consuming and how we, as parents, can plug in to connect with our children.
THE GRIEF SURVIVAL GUIDE
Jeff Brazier has experienced bereavement in many forms: In his childhood, helping his two boys through the devastating death of their mother, Jade Goody, witnessing the anguish of his own mum when she lost both of her parents, and hearing the stories of his coaching clients who are coming to terms with loss.
No one can be an expert on grief, but within this book Jeff provides support and guidance from someone who has been there. Accessible and hands-on The Grief Survival Guide offers practical advice on everything from preparing for the eventuality of death, managing grief, how best to support family and friends, and moving forward. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach so instead Jeff teaches us that the best we can do is understand, cope and survive.
DUMMY: PARENTING FOR THE INEPT AND THE CLUELESS
The night before Charlie was born I had this dream. I dreamt that I was a soldier, riding into battle … completely naked, and on the back of a large, inflatable duck.’
Matt Coyne’s life was turned upside down by the arrival of his first child, Charlie. After three months of fatherhood, he logged on to Facebook and shared his experience of being newly responsible for ‘a furious, sleep-murdering, unstable and incontinent, breasts-obsessed midget lodger’. Within days, his post had gone viral – and Matt is now a hero for parents everywhere, through his popular blog: ‘Man vs. Baby’.
Dummy is no average parenting book. It’s packed with completely impractical, hands-on advice for the inept mum or dad – stuff you just won’t find in any baby manual or guide: ‘Profanity Bingo’ for labour; a categorisation of various nappy disasters; how to counteract the baby plank manoeuvre, and much more. But it is also a story of how becoming a parent is a kind of beautiful insanity. A thing that changes you.
Above all, Dummy will keep you laughing like a broken lunatic through the exhaustion, the mystery and the madness of bringing up your own children.
This is the parenting book for real people.
GROW!: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR PARENTS
Trevor Silvester is a Harley Street therapist and author of Lovebirds who is revolutionising the way we understand human nature.
Grow! is a distillation of over 2 years of experience as a therapist applied to the task of raising happy children.
Your children develop primarily in response to your influence, says Trevor. Writing with wonderful wit and clarity, he shows why parents need to nurture their own personal growth so their children can grow to become who they want to be. He shows how parents can overcome their own limitations so they don’t pass them onto their children, and how best to guide the young toward becoming strong, resilient and fulfilled adults.
Trevor identifies two ways of being in the world; we’re either in a state of growth or a state of protection, and he argues that our interpretation of childhood events, and modern culture, often needlessly trigger us into a state of protection, leaving us anxious, fearful and unwilling to live life fully. Grow! describes strategies for keeping us, parents and children, in a state of growth.
Using eight parenting mantras to guide you, he shares valuable lessons gained from the latest scientific research, as well as many hours in the therapy room. Incorporating them into your parenting will improve your child’s wellbeing enormously. Incorporating them into your life will improve everything.
To assist in making these new ideas habitual in the shortest space of time, Trevor has also created a series of downloads for you to listen to, using principles of unconscious influence that have been proven to work.