Beyond Toddlerdom: Keeping five- to twelve- year-olds on the rails Paperback – 2 Mar 2000
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"Dr Green is nothing short of a genius...Toddlerdom is a minefield, but his common sense and unfailing good humour guided my family through unscathed - well, relatively" (Independent)
"I would highly recommend Toddler Taming, which gives a lot of insight into why children behave and react as they do. It certainly saved my sanity" (The Times)
"The eminently readable Dr Christopher Green, whose best-selling Toddler Taming has saved the sanity of countless parents" (Evening Standard)
"His commonsense attitude is credited with saving the sanity of parents around the world" (Express)
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A lot of the book is basic common sense really when you think of it eg treat your children the way you would like to be treated yourself. However, Dr Green gives the advice in a practical, reassuring manner that can also give the reader a laugh. I have been reading the book off and on since I bought it and I would highly recommend it to anyone. As Dr Green says in his introduction 'I can't promise a smooth ride, but I hope I can help you avoid some of the bumps'. Here here!!
As with the first book, it's written in a very readable, down-to-earth and even humorous style, but contains lots of very useful advice.
In the first chapters of the book, Green explores the psychology of this age-group and explains clearly why primary-age children misbehave. He discusses the benefits of rewards and how to discipline bad behaviour without getting into a screaming match/nagging session.
The next section focusses on specific behaviour problems and potential areas of worry or conflict, from thumb sucking through bike riding to nightmares and social problems. The topics are arranged alphabetically with an index at the start of the section, and each is dealt with in turn. Following this are separate chapters on more complex issues - starting school, ADHD, sibling conflict, diet and exercise, death, sex, divorce... it's all here!
All the advice is supported by graphs, tables, charts and data where relevant, and there's a full index at the back so you can look up specific issues easily.
I find this book a practical, reassuring and useful one - as someone who is inclined to both yell and nag I need reminding that there are better ways to get my daughter to co-operate. It's also brilliant for looking up specific questions and worries you might have. I highly recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book to refer to. Different chapters for different stages the child is going through. Easy to understand.Published 1 month ago by Jac
Not what I thought been stuffed in the cupboard likely off to charity shop!Published 9 months ago by lee-Anne Stubbs
You cannot miss it! Its line having a chat with a friend that know a lot about children and their behaviour. He is funny and keeps you relaxed.Published 10 months ago by Trinity
This is a useful book and provides guidelines but to my mind does not provide enough detail about how to deal with some issues.Published 10 months ago by heathermcfeather
Useful reassurances from written in a fun way. Not quite as funny as toddler taming. I like the easy going approach.Published 15 months ago by Mrs G Frost