The book takes on the fallout that can be the result of father-daughter relationships, positing that all women have "daddy's girl" issues that wield a lifelong influence. The title "is sure to have people talking.
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One thing is clear about today's parenting category: publishers have ensured there will be plenty of other hot topics once the Tiger Mother moment has passed. Titles submitted to PW for this feature represented a more diverse crop than in recent years, putting the traditional side-by-side with new issues and approaches. Parenting advice doesn't get more classic than that offered by the renowned Sears family. Covering everything from teething to eating disorders and sunburns, the guide encompasses infancy through the teen years. Adding a new twist, LB has produced its first-ever reference app to accompany the title, allowing readers to access the Searses' wisdom via iPhones and iPads.
For many parents, making sure kids eat well is becoming more important in light of the movement toward sustainability and locally sourced ingredients. And education-focused Gryphon House offers two vibrant, activity-filled books designed to help kids ages three to six tackle their first cooking and garden projects—The Budding Chef and The Budding Gardener, March titles edited by Kate Kuhn and Mary B. Rein, respectively.
Our authors are experts in the field and creating exciting learning experiences for children is what they do. Hyperion plans a 50,copy first printing. Other titles aim at helping parents learn more about their kids in order to meet their specific needs. Daniel J. Publishers also look to help parents whose children have special needs.
Michael Goldberg Feb. Lyons has a personal connection to the topic and feels strongly about ensuring parents of autistic children have the resource materials they need: "With a daughter suffering from autism, I am as committed to these books as anyone could possibly be," he says. Increasingly, parents must deal with teaching their children not only about the environment that surrounds them but the host of complex environmental issues facing society. Two new April books—just in time for Earth Day—provide glimpses into how parents are tackling this challenge.
Environmental educator and author David Sobel chronicles his efforts to build a relationship between his children and the natural world through developmentally appropriate expeditions and activities in Wild Play: Parenting Adventures in the Great Outdoors, from Counterpoint's Sierra Club line.
Editor Diana Landau says, "David is a great storyteller, and the kind of parenting he writes about is very important. Through a blend of science and memoir, the author—who's been compared to Rachel Carson—shows how the everyday decisions of parenting relate to larger public policy and scientific issues. The title—and others in the What to Expect series that followed—have sold more than 34 million copies in the U.
Workman is understandably excited about the April arrival of Murkoff's What to Expect the Second Year, with a planned ,copy first printing. The sequel to What to Expect the First Year presents parents with a primer on children 12—24 months. Those milestones include everything from walking and tantrums to dealing with evolving eating and sleeping habits.
Rafer notes that the book had a nostalgic effect for her.
Several books recognize that parents also need guidance for dealing with their children's teen years—and, in many cases, with their adulthood. On the way are two books from a noted pediatrician and expert on teenage development, Dr. We're hopeful that we can usher in a new era of appropriate parenting.
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