Welcome to Your Amazing Preschooler
Now parents can take advantage of the training and experience of preschool teachers in Deb Ellsworth and Tina Charney’s book, Your Amazing Preschooler: How You Can Have the Same Capable, Confident and Cooperative Child at Home that Teachers Have at School.
The book is filled with anecdotes and examples, tips and tools from the authors’ years of experiences working with hundreds of young children. This lively real-life approach makes the authors’ advice and ideas relatable and interesting.
Unlike many parenting books, this book takes a positive approach, rather than a “fix the problem” approach. The authors see young children as inherently competent–as people who are driven to learn and grow more competent in all areas of development: social, emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and creative. They guide caregivers in using the young child’s own strengths and level of development to help their child grow and develop into the capable, confident young person they are striving to become.
Read this book for new insights into your preschool child, new (and surprising) ideas on how to enhance your child’s everyday experiences, and new ways of thinking about your child. And enjoy many real-life examples and quotes of what preschoolers do, think, and say. Some of the quotes from the children will make readers burst out laughing, like this one from a four-year-old boy: “A man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do.” [dramatic pause] “Clean the dishes and cook.”
Preschoolers are truly amazing people! Come along and enjoy them with us! You can read a Sample Chapter or buy your copy right now.
Now Available on Kindle!
Parents Are Saying:
"Cute, heartwarming, funny at times and a pleasure to read."
"I really enjoyed and am anxious to implement many of your ideas."
"You saved my life!"
"I am pleased to see that the true essence of your book, in my opinion, is RESPECT—respecting the individual person that is your child."
"I was totally sucked in. I love it. I found myself smiling most of the time and laughed out loud a couple times. Also got teary-eyed reading it."