Preschool Confidential

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Title: Preschool Confidential
Release Date: April 14, 2017
Pages: 242
ISBN13: 978-1544071756

  

Overview

Once the midnight feedings, the colic, the breast pumps, and the endless diaper changings are over and when you thought you'd reached the blissful part of parenthood...here come the toddler/preschool years! Preschool Confidential explains what comes next for you.

--Dealing with the mutiny in the checkout line (aka: begging or bribing?).
--Presenting scientific proof that toddlers ask 437 questions per day.
--Unveiling the four "answers" that any parent can recycle to respond to any toddler's question.
--Ranking tantrums on a Richter scale.
--Understanding day-care romances.
--Ducking the sex questions every kid is destined to ask (at the most inopportune moments).
--Dissecting the anatomy of a birthday party (or how to control a group of four-year-olds without ropes or sedatives).
--Coping when the four food groups are Cheerios, macaroni and chesse, Jell-O, and lollipops.
--Cooking purple mashed potatoes, and emergency tactics to stave off a hunger strike.
--And much more!

 

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Praise

“Laugh-out-loud comments and astute remarks will help lighten any mother's load and keep things in perspective…This is a refreshing look at child rearing, written in short sections that can be read in five to ten minutes… a perfect fit for a mother's schedule.”
–Library Journal

“The most fun (and wise) parenting book I’ve ever read!”
–5-star review on Amazon


Excerpt

AND BABY TURNS THREE

Some three-year-olds have figured out that one of the essential ways to stay alive is to eat the food that Mommy and Daddy give them, as long as the foods are not green and are not overloaded with nutritional substances, such as vitamins and minerals. Usually small children specialize in macaroni and cheese and peanut butter, although some adventurous ones have been known to eat raisins—but only if they’re allowed first to dissect the raisins and wear them for a while on the tips of their fingers.

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