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Absolutely essential reading, I'd recommend it to anyone.
Although my daughters are young adults now, I am in touch with parents who have children of all ages, and I am always interested in reading current recommendations. As I read it, I wished I had had access to the advice when my girls were younger. The subtitle of this book is, 'Parenting the bright and challenging child' and I am sure I would have found it extremely useful.
The 'bright and challenging' children described in this book are defined as being 'smart , sassy and sparky, with just a hint of precociousness. At best, they have an unshakeable self-belief; at worst, a touch of arrogance.' There are further explanations of what is meant by this category of child, who is rather different from the dreamy, perceptive and rather disorganised 'spirited' one.
A bright and challenging child is very testing to his or her parents. Although being bright does not necessarily mean that the child is highly academic, or that they will do well in school, although of course the child may be extremely intelligent.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an excellent book for parents
with regard to bright and enquiring children,
'It's not fair' has been a great read! I wish i'd read it when my 12 yr old was 7 instead!! It helps understand how these kids perceive things and gives a great insight to bright... Read morePublished on 15 Mar. 2010 by chocoholic
If your child (or one you know) is running rings round you, then you really need this book. Invaluable practical help to deal with all those tricky issues and questions, setting... Read morePublished on 27 Feb. 2010 by Lesley Williams