Little Kids, Big Dilemmas

Little Kids, Big Dilemmas : Your parenting problems solved by science

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Fed up with conflicting advice? This book offers real answers to the following questions and more... Can sleep training harm my baby? Is screen time bad for my child? Is breast always best? Psychologist Dr Sarah Kuppen, expert in early child development, uses her scientific expertise to sort through the hype and give you the facts. Using the latest developmental research, she provides practical tips and solves more than 50 familiar parent questions and dilemmas. Inside you will find advice on: * Five ways to tame a tantrum * What to do if your child isn't talking * The scientific facts on breast versus formula feeding * Managing sibling fights and conflict Little Kids, Big Dilemmas is an essential guide for science-minded parents and childcare professionals alike. Reading this book will allow you to make informed decisions on the big topics for parenting in the early more

Product details

  • Hardback | 168 pages
  • 140 x 216mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1 Line drawings, black and white; 14 Halftones, black and white
  • 1138857904
  • 9781138857902

About Sarah Kuppen

Sarah Kuppen, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology at Anglia Ruskin University and a mother of two little boys. Originally a teacher, she gained her PhD from the Centre for Neuroscience in Education at Cambridge University and now specializes in early child development. In addition to her academic work, she regularly gives public talks, appears in the media, works as a consultant, and runs parenting workshops at Cambridge University's Institute for Continuing more

Table of contents

1. Help! Toddler tantrums are making my life miserable!; 2. I'm exhausted - How can I get more sleep?; 3. What's the truth on breastfeeding?; 4. How much is too much screen time?; 5. My pre-schooler has no interest in letters or sounds. Should I be worried?; 6. My two year old isn't talking!; 7. Why has he started lying?; 8. What can my newborn do?; 9. Is there really a bilingual advantage?; 10. How early is too early for music?; 11. Does my child have ADHD?; 12. How do I support my pre-schooler without being a pushy parent?; 13. How can I stop them fighting?show more