ABOUT THE PUBLISHER
Parenting Press, founded in 2007, is committed to clarifying the many conflicting
theories of parenting children so parents can feel sure that
their approach will guide their children in helpful directions rather
than resulting in uncertainty, frustration, and disappointment. It
publishes the books of Annye Rothenberg, Ph.D., because it shares her
Perfecting Parenting Press utilizes the
groundbreaking new concept of two-section books – a section for
children and a section for parents. Each of the books in this
series consists of a story told with warmth and humor and
beautifully illustrated with eye-catching color that helps
children learn the important lessons parents are trying to teach. The
second section in each book is a comprehensive manual that concisely
teaches parents very practical ways to avoid or correct common
parenting mistakes and get confidently on the right track.
The six books in the preschoolers' series are-- Mommy
and Daddy Are Always Supposed To Say Yes … Aren’t They?, Why Do I Have
To?, I Like To Eat Treats, I Don't Want To Go To The Toilet, I Want To
Make Friends, and I'm Getting Ready For Kindergarten. The first book in the new elementary school series -also for children and parents- is Why Can't I Be the Boss of Me? (published September, 2015).
These books will also be very valuable to
pediatricians, preschool and elementary school teachers and counselors, parent educators,
mental health professionals, pediatric dieticians, speech and language
therapists, occupational therapists, children's librarians, and others
who guide children and families – and, of course, to grandparents.