Browsing posts tagged: Child
H. G. Wells Floor Games

The delightful story of creative play with miniature figures and magical worlds on the nursery floor is brought back to life in this reprint of a historical work. Written for his sons in 1911, Wells’s story immerses the reader in a tale where possibilities are the given and surprises the fact. It has since been […]

Child Language

The remarkable way in which young children acquire language has long fascinated linguists and developmental psychologists alike. Language is a skill that we have essentially mastered by the age of three, and with incredible ease and speed, despite the complexity of the task. This accessible textbook introduces the field of child language acquisition, exploring language […]

Discipline with Love & Limits

You Can Manage Your Child’s Behavior Problems with Love & LimitsDiscipline with Love & Limits provides calm, practical solutions to the 43 most common childhood misbehaviors, like: Whining, Temper Tantrums, Mealtime Meltdown, Too Much Screen Time, Bullying and Biting, Disobeying, Not Sharing, Resisting Bedtime, Getting Out of Bed, Leaving a Mess, Travel Meltdowns, Resisting Carseats, Talking Back, …and many more! This amazing book has taught over 800,000 parents to more effectively manage the most common preschool […]

ADD & ADHD Answer Book

–What can I do to help my child now?–What are the symptoms of ADD? –What questions will the doctor ask me about my child? –Do children with AD/HD qualify for special education? –Should I medicate my child?ADD and ADHD are estimated

Entering the Child’s Mind

Entering the Child’s Mind teaches a powerful technique for gaining insight into a child’s way of thinking. In the tradition of Piaget and Vygotsky, Dr Herbert P. Ginsburg argues that standardized instruments of evaluation often fail to meet the challenges of complex cognition. He presents the ‚clinical interview‘ as a powerful tool that, when understood […]

Children’s Folklore

A collection of orginal essays by scholars from a variety of fields– includng American studies, folklore, anthropology, pyschology, sociology, and education—Children’s Folklore: A Source Book moves beyond traditional social-science views of child development. It reveals the complexity and artistry of interactions among children, challenging stereotypes of simple childhood innocence and conventional explanations of development that […]

Your Child’s Growing Mind

The completely updated and expanded version of the 1987 classic hailed by parents and educators everywhere.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Whole-Brain Child

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER“Simple, smart, and effective solutions to your child’s struggles.” Harvey Karp, M.D.   “Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson have created a masterly, reader-friendly guide to helping children grow their emotional intelligence. This brilliant method transforms everyday interactions into valuable brain-shaping moments. Anyone who cares for children or who loves a child […]


Separation, the second volume of Attachment and Loss, continues John Bowlby’s influential work on the importance of the parental relationship to mental health. Here he considers separation and the anxiety that accompanies it: the fear of imminent or anticipated separation, the fear induced by parental threats of separation, and the inversion of the parent-child relationship. […]

The Self-Aware Parent

A healthy relationship based on mutual trust is every parent’s wish. The bond between infant and parent is a natural phenomenon, but as children reach their preteens and form their own personalities, fireworks between the child and parent can ensue. Drawing on 20 years of clinical experience and new theories on attachment, family therapist and […]