7 Steps to Raising a Bilingual Child
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By (author) Naomi Steiner , By (author) Susan Hayes

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Life after work no longer conjures up images of couples wandering the malls, playing golf, and taking endless Caribbean cruises. As baby boomers reach their 50s and 60s, they are redefining what it means to retire. Many of them are still choosing to work or create a whole new life entirely. What they crave is vitality, joy, and meaning in their lives. Author David Borchard has been helping adults rejuvenate their careers and lives for 30 years. In The Joy of Retirement, he shows readers how to reinvent themselves and achieve the kind of fulfillment and meaning in their lives they have always dreamed of. Now, readers can start crafting their future and discovering their passions with advice on topics such as: finding new interests that make the most of their unique talents; planning their lifestyle at 50+; assessing what transitions they are ready and willing to make; defining priorities and goals; establishing their criteria for success; and, mastering the seven steps to maintaining vitality. Revealing and hopeful, this book will reshape how people look at the next phase of their lives.

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 149.86 x 226.06 x 17.78mm | 362.87g
  • 13 Nov 2008
  • Amacom
  • New York
  • English
  • New.
  • 0814400469
  • 9780814400463
  • 75,168

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Naomi Steiner, M.D. is a developmental-behavioral pediatrician who works with bilingual families at Tufts Medical Center Boston. Susan L. Hayes is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in Parent & Child, Parenting, Woman's Day, and other publications.

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"Recommended for large public libraries and libraries serving diverse cultures." --"Library Journal"

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"Kids think it's cool to be smart. And what says smart more than speaking two lan-guages? "7 Steps to Raising a Bilingual Child" shows us that nearly every child can learn a second language, and this excellent resource will inspire and guide you to help your kids do just that." -- Melina Gerosa Bellows, Editor in Chief, National Geographic Kids and author of The Fun Book for Moms: 102 Ways to Celebrate Family No matter what age your child is or whether you speak one or more languages, you can raise your child to be bilingual! "7 Steps to Raising a Bilingual Child" makes it easy for all parents to embark on this remarkable and rewarding journey. The book's step-by-step approach, which can be adapted by all families, will help you determine and achieve your bilingual goals for your child, whether those goals are understanding a second language, the ability to speak another language, or even reading and/or writing in two languages. "7 Steps to Raising a Bilingual Child" explodes common myths about bilingualism, explains how the brain learns more than one language, answers frequently asked questions, and reveals an array of bilingual resources available to you and your family regardless of where you live. The book presents common hurdles and provides useful tips for conquering them. It also helps you navigate foreign-language learning opportunities in the public school system and offers concrete advice for handling special situa-tions that can affect bilingual academic progress. Packed with insightful anecdotes and powerful strategies, this one-of-a-kind guidebook will enable you to provide your child with a uniquely valuable and enriching experience. Naomi Steiner, M.D., is a developmental-behavioral pediatrician at Tufts Medical Center Boston. Dr. Steiner is an expert in the methods that are used to teach children more than one language, and she works closely with many bilingual and multilingual families. She is raising her own two children multilingual and lives in Boston. Susan L. Hayes is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in Parent & Child, Parenting, Woman's Day, and other publications. She lives in Brooklyn.

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