365 Wacky, Wonderful Ways to Get Your Children to Do What You Want

365 Wacky, Wonderful Ways to Get Your Children to Do What You Want
365 Wacky, Wonderful Ways to Get Your Children to Do What You Want

365 Wacky, Wonderful Ways to Get Your Children to Do What You Want

By Elizabeth Crary, Illustrated by Dave Garbot

Tools for Everyday Parenting


104 Pages, 8.5 x 5.5

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $13.95 (US $13.95) (CA $15.95)

ISBN 9780943990798

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Jan 1995)
Parenting Press

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Profusely illustrated and eminently accessible, this indispensable manual provides hundreds of practical#&8212;and occasionally unorthodox#&8212;ideas to help parents cope with#&160; developmental issues such as throwing food and always saying no, safety conflicts such as running in the parking lot, and interpersonal issues such as teasing siblings and refusing to share toys. A final section also includes advice for parents who have reached the end of their rope and have become angry or frustrated.

Author Biography

Elizabeth Crary is the award-winning author of more than 40 children#&8217;s and child-guidance publications. She has taught parenting education, with an emphasis on problem-solving and skill-building methods, and established Parenting Press in 1979. She lives in Seattle. Dave Garbot is the illustrator of Taking No for an Answer, Telling Isn't Tattling, and Temperament Tools. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.

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