This book is not an easy read. Written by the author of Endangered Minds and Failure to Connect, it attempts to try and help parents whose children have learning problems.
This book discusses the biological changes in teenagers and how that affects the way they think when their body changes. Get a 25% discount at MPH book stores by printing out this review and handing it over to the shop.
This book is a very good pregnancy guide as well as an organising aid. It does address your life and your baby’s as it unfolds week by week, with a view to your shared future, and does this very well.
This book is written by Wong Li Lin, a Singaporean actress, television host and Internet entrepreneur. She shares 52 activities for you to do with your kids, one for each week of the year.
Emma Sargent, who is a mother of two and a professional consultant and trainer, shares in this book her thoughts and methods on what we as parents could do to coach our children for life.
Author and children's food expert Annabel Karmel steps in to address many common questions women face with young babies in her book What to Feed When.
There seems to be a lot of information thrown into this book. However, the Asian aspects seem to be insufficient.
Authored from an infant’s perspective, Dear Tua Ee underscores the turbulent journey parents embark on when their first-born arrives.
This book applies the laws of the free market and the laws of economics to marriage and relationships. Interesting!
The Baby Sense Secret helps you to understand your baby's body language and signals, creating a gentle routine that will leave you, hopefully, less stressed and strained.