Friday, October 19, 2018

The Mothers Manual By Liu Yang Review

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The Mother’s Manual is a practical handbook on parenting children from birth to 5 years old. There has been a great deal of research into the importance of bonding and nurturing children in their early years. Now there is more evidence on the understanding of children’s brainwave pattern and why they behave the way they behave.

The Mother’s Manual provides everything you need including tips and tools that you can apply in your life as a parent to deal with some common issues that crop up in those early critical years. It gives you simple strategies to help you raise a happy and healthy child, realise their full potential and enable you to be a proud, well balanced and fulfilled parent.

Whether you are a parent or planning to have children, you can start practising some of the skills in this book and perfect them before your baby arrives, especially as new habits take time to establish.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review-  The book does not have a lot of clarified sections and chapters blend in, so if you need to quick look something up, it would not be easy to find.  The tips and information are helpful but random, and some of it is just stories placed in between.  Overall a good source of random facts.

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