This book is really positive; it is filled with strategies for raising children’s self esteem and nurturing them.
I like how simple, doable yet effective these strategies are.
Tanith talks about the importance of making a home a sanctuary where a child can relax, where families eat together, where they can talk over their day. She discusses how research has proved that time away from screens, having a pet and exercising outside can help children feel better about themselves as well as be healthier.
She presents simple solutions to big problems that will benefit us all.It has challenged my parenting which had slipped into ‘pushy mum’ habit and it has pulled… Read more
Lucy is an excellent writer, her amazing blogs Lulastic and Wonderthrift attest to that. She is funny, direct, speaks in an easy language we can all relate too and she is clear. This ebook is an easy, informative read that will also make you giggle.
Happy Hair covers the science of “No Poo” and has over thirty natural, gentle alternatives to commercial hair care products..many of them you will already have in you cupboards
Not using shampoo has many obvious benefits for thrifty types but it is also better for the environment and our hair (and according to some reports for eczema too!) . So its a win win win situation.
This book is full of fun ideas, simple ideas and useful ideas. It will show you how to engage your kids when you have jobs to do, how to create invitations to play and to set up play very quickly. It encourages you to get involved and to make it easy for your child to access play independently too. It is a wise,fun and inspiring book and an easy, pleasant read.