How to Train the Perfect Parents

Author: Rebecca Ashdown




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A playful new picture book from the creator of The Whopper about the ups and downs of family life.Rebecca Ashdown's How to Train the Perfect Parents is every child's guide to raising model parents. It's easy � just follow Mimi's simple steps. Sometimes, Mimi's parents don't seem to get the hang of all that training, but Mimi knows her rigorous routine of strict discipline has worked when her parents agree to get her a puppy...Suddenly the roles are reversed and Mimi has to learn that being trained is sometimes very hard work.

How To Train Your Parents

Author: Pete Johnson

Publisher: Random House


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

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Moving to a new area and a new school, Louis is horrified to discover his parents changing into ultra-competitive parents, wanting him and his younger brother to get straight As at school and join all sorts of after-school clubs and activities like the other kids in the area. Suddenly Louis's life is no longer his own - until he meets Maddy, who claims to have trained her parents to ignore her- But does Louis really want to be ignored? A truly contemporary tale with characters kids will recognize instantly!

The "Perfect" Parent

5 Tools for Using Your Inner Perfection to Connect with Your Kids

Author: Roma Khetarpal

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

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Get ready for a parenting makeover! If you’re a parent today, you face extreme pressure to get everything exactly “right”—a pursuit of perfection that probably makes parenting feel hard. It encourages you to worry about whether you’re doing a good enough job, and to wonder if your kids will turn out okay. In The “Perfect” Parent, Roma Khetarpal puts all of that agony to rest. She explains that the key to a fulfilling parenting experience is to stop chasing an ideal and instead use your inner perfection to nurture a strong, communicative connection with your children—which will lead them to be happy, think positive, and do good. Drawing from the fields of personal growth and emotional intelligence and distilling cutting-edge scientific research, Khetarpal leads you through five communication tools designed to help parents strengthen their bond with their kids and handle the doubt, guilt, worry, and fear that often accompany the challenges of raising children. Along the way, she shares helpful, humorous real-life stories taken from the popular parenting classes she’s taught for years, as well as easy-to-remember exercises—such as “Dealing with the Feeling” and “Take Five”—for use in common family situations. With this short, useful, and enjoyable guide, you will be equipped with the simple tools you need to build a relationship with your kids that lasts a lifetime. Includes a “Perfect’ parent toolbox!

The Perfect Parents Handbook

Meet the Neo-Traditional Family and 8 Other Parent Groups You've Seen at the Playground

Author: Jennifer Conlin

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

View: 546

With a classification system that has every parenting style down to a 't', The Perfect Parents Handbook is unputdownable reading for anyone who's ever forked over major three figures for the "must have" stroller or agonized over what their children's school says about them as parents. The real facts and details in this book gently skewer modern mothers and fathers and will at the same time delight them with dead-on accuracy in describing the habits and accouterments of nine types, including: --The Neo-Trads: Dad makes the cupcakes and kids' artwork is everywhere (not just on the fridge); the family's taste always exceeds its wallet --The Martyr Parents: They've sacrificed so much for the kids that the kids have taken over the asylum --The Power Parents: The IV sessions that led to triplets were coordinated on mom and dad's Blackberries and the real British nanny swabs the babies' Burberry button-downs on the way to their five bedroom Park Avenue apartment --The Classic Parents: Everybody's in LL Bean and their 2.3 children all climb into a little red wagon to get to the SUV Laced with titillating facts about our child-centric culture (unique baby announcements! nursery decorators! mandatory volunteering at preschool!), The Perfect Parents Handbook decodes the complex and terrifying (smothering doulas! educational vacations to the rainforest!) world of raising kids.,

How Shall We Train the Child

Plain Talk to Parents, Particularly Mothers, On Christian Training In the Home

Author: Annie Torrance

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 151

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How to Train A Superdog

Author: Gwen Bailey

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd


Category: Pets

Page: 256

View: 130

Unleash your dog’s potential and build a rewarding relationship that will last a lifetime From walking on a loose lead to carrying the shopping, everything you need to know to train your dog and ensure you have a happy and contented canine companion. Starting with choosing the right breed for you, to understanding their exercise needs, learn every aspect of owning and training a dog. Get in-depth instruction on training, from basic obedience to advanced tricks, by following clear, step-by-step explanations and illustrations which show you exactly what to do. Understand your dog, with the aid of the latest research into canine behaviour and learn to correct problems and maximise their potential. A well-trained dog is a well-behaved, healthy and happy dog.

How to Train your Boston Terrier

Author: Gabby Brown

Publisher: For Dogs Sake®


Category: Pets

Page: 40

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Want to learn how to be in control of your Boston Terrier? Training your Boston Terrier puppy • Basic commands • Common puppy problems • Housetraining • Barking • Biting or nipping • Jumping up • Leash problems • Choosing a trainer or a class • Training your adult Boston Terrier • Particular training challenges with a Boston Terrier • Common adult Boston Terrier problems and solutions • Biting and nipping • Barking or Chasing other animals • Aggression towards other animals • Chewing • Digging • Anxiety • Running away • Pulling on the leash • Coprophagy • Constantly distracted Are all covered in this EASY to understand book. Act now and get How to Train your Boston Terrier. With our No Quibble, Money Back Guarantee really have nothing to lose but everything to gain. A loving, caring, more rewarding relationship with your chosen friend. Take care of yourself and your Boston Terrier Gabby

How to Really Parent Your Teenager

Raising Balanced Teens in an Unbalanced World

Author: Ross Campbell

Publisher: Harper Collins


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 218

View: 378

In this timely, relevant guide, parents will learn proactive strategies for unpacking one of God's greatest mysteries: their teenager. It provides an up-to-the-minute analysis of this tumultuous world of adolescence, outlining strategies for parents to be relevant and effective.

How to Choose the Perfect School

What 21st Century Parents Need to Know about K-12 Education

Author: Mary Lang

Publisher: Trafford Publishing


Category: Education

Page: 118

View: 344

A self-help book for parents about school choice. What 21st Century parents need to know about k-12 education.

Lessons for Parents from a Perfect Parent

Author: Jim Barclay



Category: Religion

Page: 212

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Lessons For Parents From a Perfect Parent is designed to help Christians learn what it means that God is their Father, and also help Christian parents imitate Him as they raise their children.