What's My Child Thinking? Paperback – Illustrated, 19 February 2019
Enhance your purchase
Frequently bought together
Tune in to your child's innermost thoughts and be the parent you want to be!
Taking you through more than 100 everyday situations, this book shows you how to decode your child's behavior, understand the psychology behind it, and apply the best solutions with confidence.
Designed to help you interpret your child's behavior quickly and accurately
Tuning in to developmental stages
The book covers children from ages 2 to 7—formative years when children start to explore the wider world, master language, make friends, and assert their independence.
Tapping in to the psychology
The book's format of more than 100 everyday scenarios allows you to quickly discover the explanations behind what your child is saying and thinking, while also empathizing with your own possible feelings as the parent in that situation.
Your relationship is key
Understanding what your child is thinking makes you better equipped to handle some of the more challenging moments of parenting—and helps you forge a deep sense of connection with your child, now and in years to come.
About the Author
Tanith Carey is an experienced journalist and author who writes on the most pressing challenges facing today's parents. Her eight previous books have been translated into 15 languages. Having spent time working in the US as an editor and writer before returning to the UK, Tanith has insight on both sides of the Atlantic and her writing has been featured in a wide range of publications, including the Telegraph, the Times, the Daily Mirror, and the New York Daily News. Tanith also regularly appears on TV and radio programs, such as The TODAY Show.
No customer reviews
|5 star 100% (100%)||100%|
|4 star 0% (0%)||0%|
|3 star 0% (0%)||0%|
|2 star 0% (0%)||0%|
|1 star 0% (0%)||0%|
Review this product
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I liked the way the author presented information. That's probably it.
The info seems solid too. I like that is full of references to back up their advice. It for sure provided me some insight on the goings ons inside my 2 year old’s mind. I look forward to being able to read further has he ages up to the next bracket.
I took a star off because I wish there was a way to get more info on any particular scenario/problem, even if it was just a direct to a link with more info. For example, it briefly tells you how to deal with a toddler who wants something they can’t have. But it doesn’t offer any advice for when their 2-3 sentences of advice fails. What if my son is particularly insistent? Do I keep repeating what the book says to do? Do I walk away? Do I ignore? Etc.