Best Selling Books in Babies & Toddlers - Toddlers

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release date: Jan 01, 2012
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Moms On Call Toddler Book (Moms On Call Parenting Books)
Everything that parents of toddlers want to know: including how to get toddlers to sleep all night - IN THEIR ROOM and how to be less frustrated and feel more effective by learning: The one thing that your child needs most but will never tell you. (and how to provide it for them) Learn why kids misbehave and why you think that what you are doing now is not "working". Enjoy learning actual things to say to your children that will motivate them to want to behave. CHEAT SHEETS that include: Getting Rid of the Pacifier The "No" Stage Whining Tantrums Sleep Cheat Sheet Naptime Cheat Sheet Hitting/Biting Putting on jacket/shoes Going to the Grocery Store Holding hands across the street Getting Into the Carseat Riding in the carseat Potty Training Bringing home baby/sibling This is the first resource that gives you combined schedules for multi-child households that helps you to know what time is best to run errands, when you can get both the children napping (so you can have some much needed "sanity time") AND get great nighttime sleep habits in place!
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release date: Oct 15, 2020
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What to Expect the Toddler Years
They guided you through pregnancy, they guided you through baby's first year, and now they'll guide you through the toddler years. In a direct continuation of What to Expect When You're Expecting (over 9.6 million copies in print) and What to Expect the First Year (over 5.6 million copies in print), America's bestselling pregnancy and childcare authors turn their uniquely comprehensive, lively, and reassuring coverage to years two and three.

Organized month by month for the second year (months 12-24) and quarterly through the third year (months 24-36), What to Expect the Toddler Years, 2nd edition covers each growth and development phase parents are likely to encounter-when they're likely to encounter it. Hundreds of questions and answers treat everything from eating and sleeping problems to day care, tantrums, bottle mouth, shyness, self-esteem, and more. An entire third section of the book is devoted to toilet training, safety, and health, and a fourth covers special concerns-the exceptional child, siblings, and balancing work and parenting.

Remarkably thorough, caring and intelligent, What to Expect the Toddler Years, 2nd edition is as valuable for the seasoned parent as it is for the new parent.

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release date: Nov 01, 1988
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Between Parent and Teenager
Presents parents with advice on the handling of everyday difficulties and serious crises which arise in the parent-teenager relationship
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release date: Mar 02, 2004
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The Happiest Toddler on the Block: The New Way to Stop the Daily Battle of Wills and Raise a Secure and Well-Behaved One- to Four-Year-Old
Toddlers can drive you bonkers…so adorable and fun one minute…so stubborn and demanding the next! Yet, as unbelievable as it sounds, there is a way to turn the daily stream of “nos” and “don’ts” into “yeses” and hugs…if you know how to speak your toddler’s language. In one of the most useful advances in parenting techniques of the past twenty-five years, Dr. Karp reveals that toddlers, with their immature brains and stormy outbursts, should be thought of not as pint-size people but as pintsize…cavemen.

Having noticed that the usual techniques often failed to calm crying toddlers, Dr. Karp discovered that the key to effective communication was to speak to them in their own primitive language. When he did, suddenly he was able to soothe their outbursts almost every time! This amazing success led him to the realization that children between the ages of one and four go through four stages of “evolutionary” growth, each linked to the development of the brain, and each echoing a step in prehistoric humankind’s journey to civilization:

• The “Charming Chimp-Child” (12 to 18 months): Wobbles around on two legs, grabs everything in reach, plays a nonstop game of “monkey see monkey do.”
• The “Knee-High Neanderthal” (18 to 24 months): Strong-willed, fun-loving, messy, with a vocabulary of about thirty words, the favorites being “no” and “mine.”
• The “Clever Caveman” (24 to 36 months):
Just beginning to learn how to share, make friends, take turns, and use the potty.
• The “Versatile Villager” (36 to 48 months): Loves to tell stories, sing songs and dance, while trying hard to behave.

To speak to these children, Dr. Karp has developed two extraordinarily effective techniques:
1) The “fast food” rule—restating what your child has said to make sure you got it right;
2) The four-step rule—using gesture, repetition, simplicity, and tone to help your
irate Stone-Ager be happy again.

Once you’ve mastered “toddler-ese,” you will be ready to apply behavioral techniques specific to each stage of your child’s development, such as teaching patience and calm, doing time-outs (and time-ins), praise through “gossiping,” and many other strategies. Then all the major challenges of the toddler years—including separation anxiety, sibling rivalry, toilet training, night fears, sleep problems, picky eating, biting and hitting, medicine taking can be handled in a way that will make your toddler feel understood. The result: fewer tantrums, less yelling, and, best of all, more happy, loving time for you and your child.
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release date: Jan 01, 2003
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Toddlers and Preschoolers: Love and Logic Parenting for Early Childhood, 6 Months to Five Years
"Has your sweet, innocent baby turned into a terrorizing toddler or pre-schooler? Parents are often overwhelmed when their adorable little baby suddenly becomes a demanding - not to mention out-of-control - toddler.
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release date: Mar 22, 2013
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A Dude's Guide to Babies: The New Dad's Playbook
A Dude's Guide to Babies: The New Dad's Playbook is a fun user's manual for every dude who's sweating all the small and big stuff about bringing up his little dude or dudette. With seven children between them (and wives who helped somewhere in there) Richard Jones and Barry Robert Ozer share straight talk, practical advice, and personal experiences (their own and those of other dads) to ease the stress about cleaning, feeding, and playing with your newborn, as well as keeping him or her safe, happy, and not in need of too much therapy. This guide reveals what to do in the delivery room (Houston, We Have Splashdown), how to baby-proof your home without going over-the-top, the inside scoop on poop, questions to ask the doctor for a well-child visit, and it also includes Pop's Quizzes so dudes can test their Dad-fu (think Kung-fu only with more diapers and fewer mystical quests).The funny, short chapters will keep new Dads interested as well as allow them time to catch a few minutes of the game before the baby wakes up. This is the must-have book that tells what to really expect after all those months of expecting...and how to thrive (and not just survive) as a new dad.
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release date: Oct 01, 1984
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The Early Childhood Years: The 2 to 6 Year Old
An invaluable guide to understanding how your child grows and learns

Your child’s second through sixth years are a time of challenge and excitement—and often, frustration—for parents, a time during which your child asserts his or her individuality with growing curiosity and perception, initiative and spontaneity. In these five years you will see your child learning, testing, exploring, playing, creating, and imagining in new and surprisingly sophisticated ways. The crises, too, are new—they may range from illnesses, nightmares, and bed-wetting to speech, learning, and discipline problems.

The Early Childhood Years can help you prepare for and avoid many of the problems inherent in this crucial period of development. By the end of the sixth year, your child will be an accomplished speaker, an enthusiastic playmate, and master of his or her own body, ready to take on the world of people and things in school and beyond. This companion volume to The First Twelve Months of Life and The Second Twelve Months of Life includes a minicourse in early child development, and special parenting topics such as working mothers/day care, adoption, gifted children, stepparenthood, safety, and more.
release date: May 28, 2003
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Parenting Your 1-to-4-Year Old
This book shows you how to discipline your young children without hitting them.
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release date: Mar 01, 1994
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Resurrection: Myth or Reality? : A Bishop's Search for the Origins of Christianity
A bold look at a fundamental principle of Christianity, Jesus's Resurrection, pinpoints five clues that help solve the mystery of Easter, offering a vital perspective on modern faith and the afterlife. 30,000 first printing. $30,000 ad/promo. Tour.
release date: Aug 01, 2001
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Dr. Mom's Prescription for Preschoolers
Dr. Mom’s Prescription for Preschoolers is a practical, confidence-inspiring guide that will increase your parenting effectiveness during the crucial preschool years. With Dr. Mom at your side, you’ve got expert help for promoting your child’s emotional well-being and handling specific concerns. You will acquire empowering knowledge and practical skills in seven essentials:* Making parenting a priority * Understanding the stages of early childhood * Passing on your faith * Nurturing healthy self-esteem * Disciplining with love and limits * Enlisting alternate caretakers * Dealing with common concerns (toilet training, thumb sucking, etc.)Meeting your preschooler’s varied needs may be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be a mystery. Keep this hugely helpful resource within easy reach--—you’ll turn to it often for the sage advice and encouraging support you need to parent effectively and lovingly.
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